Coronavirus Update: Small Business Owners Eager For Restrictions To Ease, 'We Need The Economy To Reopen'With the economy at a standstill, with the economy at a standstill, thousands and thousands of businesses are shuttered.
Worker Suffers Head Trauma After Hit By Falling Metal Wall At Franklin Lakes FirehousePolice say 59-year-old James Weiss of Saddlebrook was flown by helicopter to St. Joseph's Hospital from the site of the incident on Bender Court in Franklin Lakes.
'It's Disgusting. It Really Is': Arson Suspected In Fire That Destroyed N.J. ChurchAuthorities responded to the fire at Most Blessed Sacrament Parish Church around 1:30 a.m. at 787 Franklin Lake Road. 
Teachers Go On Strike In Franklin Lakes, N.J.Educators in the Franklin Lakes district say they can't afford to continue working without proper health care. 
Bear Spotted Roaming In Franklin LakesCell phone video shows the bear in a wooded area in Franklin Lakes, not far from Ramapo High School.
Storm Blamed For At Least 2 Deaths In Tri-State AreaWednesday's nor'easter is being blamed for at least two deaths across the Tri-State area.
Franklin Lakes Residents Say Black Bear Sightings Are Hitting Too Close To HomeThe New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife said that there is work to be done as the black bear population continues to expand and increase throughout the state.
Ramapough Lenape Nation: Keep Native American On Franklin Lakes LogoMembers of the Ramapough Lenape Nation want the northern New Jersey town of Franklin Lakes to keep an image of a Native American on its logo.
New Jersey Man Gets Two Years Probation For Campaign ViolationsBenedetto Bigica, 46, of Elmwood Park apologized for his actions in a Newark federal court Tuesday after pleading guilty to a count of conspiring to violate the Federal Election Campaign Act.
Express Scripts Cutting 115 Jobs In New JerseyThe nation's largest pharmacy benefits manager is cutting its payroll.
In Northern New Jersey, Power Still Hit Or Miss Nearly A Week After SandyMany in New Jersey still don't have power nearly a week after Sandy struck, but that doesn't mean their next door neighbors are in the dark.