New Jersey Allows Yoga Studios To Reopen, But Guidelines Affecting Businesses DifferentlyYoga and pilates studios are back open in New Jersey after being shut down for months. That's good news for some,  but bad for others.
NJ Health Department Medical Director Says Not Wearing A Mask Is 'Akin To Going Drunken Driving' As COVID-19 Cases Surge Across U.S.In Hoboken, New Jersey, most but not all residents and visitors are adhering to the new mask mandate implemented as coronavirus cases increase.
Hoboken Mayor Confirms Highest 2-Day Total Of New COVID-19 Cases Since Mid-MayThe mayor said 13 cases of the coronavirus were confirmed on July 2 and 3. All are linked to people who traveled to states experiencing a sharp rise in infections.
Health Experts Suggest Ways To Keep Kids Active While Sports, Dance Classes Remain ShutdownFor a lot of kids, there's been an increase in screen time and eating and a decrease in moving.
New Jersey Enters Phase 2: Restaurants Allowed To Reopen For Outdoor DiningRestaurants can begin outdoor dining Monday, and non-essential retail stores can allow customers inside.
New Jersey Restaurants Ready To Welcome Customers For Outdoor Dining Starting MondayIn Hoboken, the City Council voted to close down some streets so restaurants could expand their outdoor area even more.
Health Experts Urge Everyone To Get Tested For Coronavirus As Tri-State Area Moves Forward With ReopeningEven with fewer infections, knowing your COVID status is critically important for those going back to work and anyone who has been to a packed protest.
Hoboken Opens Another Street For Pedestrians To Promote Social DistancingResidents can walk, jog and bike, but can't gather in groups. Face masks are required.
Hoboken Set To Open Parks, Streets To Promote Social DistancingThe city plans to open Jefferson Street to pedestrians only from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. this weekend.
Hoboken Councilman Envisions Putting Tables On Busier Streets As Part Of Restaurants ReopeningRestaurants are eager to reopen to customers once again. Owners struggling during the shutdown say safety will be their first priority.
Jersey City, Hoboken Residents Urged To Boil Water Following Tuesday's Main BreakAccording to SUEZ Water, a contractor working near Howell Street and Duffield Avenue ruptured the 36-inch line.