New FEMA-Run Mass COVID Vaccination Site Opens In NewarkThe site will be open seven days a week, and can vaccinate 6,000 people a day. 
Paterson School District Working On Reopening For First Time In More Than A YearNow the district is preparing to reopen, while the teachers union is pushing back. 
N.J. Becomes Latest State To Allow Early In-Person VotingGov. Phil Murphy signed the legislation alongside Georgia's Stacey Abrams. 
William Maass Jr., Of Bedminster, Faces Child Pornography ChargesProsecutors say Maass was suspected of allegedly uploading "numerous sexually explicit images of children under the age of 18," and a search of his computer equipment turned up "images depicting the sexual exploitation or abuse of a child."
CDC Director Says 4th COVID Surge A Threat; Pres. Biden Says Some States Should Pause ReopeningThe nation's top doctor pleaded with states Monday to pause reopening plans as a fourth surge of the coronavirus threatens the country.
New Jersey Marijuana: Lawmakers Eye Bill Allowing Adults To Grow Pot At HomeSt. Sen. Vin Gopal sponsored a bill to allow anyone 21 and older to grow up to six marijuana plants at home. 
Suez Canal Blockage To Have 'Relatively Insignificant' Impact On Local Consumers Compared To COVID, Port Authority Official SaysIt's one of the busiest trade routes in the world, with ships carrying everything from crude oil, clothing, furniture, car parts and toilet paper.
World Piano Day Celebrated With Giveaway Of Upright SteinwayMore than just a beautiful instrument, they are amazingly complicated machines. 
New Jersey Expands COVID Vaccine Eligibility For Thousands Of Frontline WorkersThousands of workers now qualify, including food production workers, eldercare and support staff, as well as hospitality, postal and shipping staff and more.
Powerful Storm Causes Damage In Parts Of New JerseyThe storm left a lot of damage behind. Strong winds caused the roof of America's Best Value Inn to cave in.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Cool-Down Coming On Heels Of Sunday's Dreary ConditionsAfter a gorgeous Saturday, Tri-State Area weather turned wild on Sunday.
New Yorkers Take To The Streets On National Day Of Action Calling For An End To Anti-Asian ViolenceDemands for broader curriculums in schools to foster more understanding were made outside City Hall Park in Manhattan, as well as in Suffolk County.
New Jersey Residents Eager For A Normal Summer Head To Jenkinson's Amusement Park For Opening WeekendSocial distancing and masks are still required, but vacationers and employees at the boardwalk are hoping the upcoming summer is a bit more normal than last year.
Clifton Man Targeted Store Clerk In Attempted Stabbing Because He Believed She Was Mexican, Officials SayAccording to the Passaic County prosecutor's office, 24-year-old Shairo Gil, of Clifton, walked into the store, walked up to a clerk, suddenly pulled out a knife and tried to stab the woman in the chest.
FEMA To Open Mass Vaccination Site In Newark Monday As New Jersey Expands COVID Vaccine EligibilityMurphy said the state is able to offer the vaccine to more groups as a 20% increase in doses from the federal government is expected next week.