Connecticut Gov. Lamont Pushing For In-Person Schooling To Avoid 'A Lost Year'Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont said he fears waiting until there is a coronavirus vaccine to open up schools could lead to a "lost year of education."
U.S. Coronavirus Cases Top 5 Million As Pandemic Rages OnThe U.S. has both the highest number of confirmed cases and the most deaths of any country in the world.
Cardinal Dolan Pens Joint Appeal To Congress For Financial Aid With Future Of Catholic Schools In Doubt NationwideThree of the nation’s highest-ranking Catholic leaders, in a recent joint appeal, said Catholic schools “are presently facing their greatest financial crisis” and warned that hundreds more closures are likely without federal support.
MTV Video Music Awards Moving Performances From Barclays Center To Outdoor VenuesThe VMAs will be held Aug. 30 in front of limited or no audiences.
NYC Begins Stopping Drivers Entering City In Crackdown On Quarantine EnforcementPeople coming from nearly three dozen states are required to quarantine for 14 days.
97,000 Children Test Positive For Coronavirus In Two Week Span, Report SaysNearly 100,000 children tested positive for the coronavirus in the last two weeks of July, a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics finds.
New York Extends Some Relief For Renters Hit Hard By PandemicThough evictions are still on hold in New York State, housing advocates are worried about the fate of an estimated 14,000 renters who faced eviction before the coronavirus pandemic.
Princeton University Announces All Undergraduate Classes Will Be Online During Fall SemesterChristopher Eisgruber, president of the university cited the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on New Jersey in a statement posted online Friday.
NYC Parents Face Deadline To Opt For Online-Only Schedule For Public School Students In FallIt's a difficult decision for some parents who must take more than just their children's safety into account.
New York Schools Allowed To Reopen Statewide For In-Person Classes This Fall, Gov. Cuomo SaysIt's the decision many parents, students and teachers have been waiting months for.
Jersey City Public Schools Will Start School Year Without In-Person ClassesThe decision goes against state guidelines requiring that some form of in-person instruction be offered.
New Jersey Business Owner Discusses Decision To Close For Good, Workers Prepare For UnemploymentAnalysts said the country's latest jobs report was better than expected, but still cause for concern.
New Jersey Based DeCamp Bus Lines Shuts Down Due To Low Ridership; 'Lucky If We Get 400 Fares A Day'DeCamp announced it would be shutting down service effective Aug. 7, after the financial strain of the pandemic crushed its operating budget.
New Jersey Announces $25 Million Grant Program For Small Property Landlords To Forgive Back RentNew Jersey is taking steps to help low-income renters and small property landlords facing hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Maplewood Deploys Young Social Distancing Ambassadors To Help Remind People To Wear MasksThere is growing concern in New Jersey over the rise in COVID-19 cases among young people.