Newark Students Surprised With New Keyboards To Supplement Virtual Music ClassesStudents in New Jersey are getting their hands on a special gift to enhance their virtual music education.
Drivers Beware, More Flooding Expected On Roadways FridayThe area under a bridge near McLellan Street and Runiak Avenue is notorious for rising water and poor drainage.
Long Lines At Polling Places Persist On Day 6 Of Early Voting In New York CityVoters in Brownsville lined up early again, despite rainy weather. But, elected officials said early voting turnout is lower there than in other parts of the district.
De Blasio Calls For Board Of Elections Overhaul After Waiting In Long Early Voting LineHe said the Board of Elections should be bipartisan and functional, and he wants a Constitutional amendment to fundamentally change it.
Newark Set To Begin Second Wave Of Coronavirus Restrictions On Non-Essential BusinessesRestrictions on non-essential businesses and recreational facilities go into effect at 8 p.m.
Fists And Rocks Fly As Jewish Trump Supporters And Counter Protesters Clash In Times SquareThe violent clashes led to fights, objects being hurled at cars and several arrests.
Bronx School Shifts To Remote Learning After Confirmed COVID Cases, While NYC Education Officials Say 100 Schools Ready To Reopen MondayAs some New York City schools in COVID-19 hot spots are about to reopen, a school in the Bronx is forced to close.
At Least 3 Dead After Night Of Gun Violence In New York City; NYPD Reports 94% Increase In ShootingsIt was a night of deadly gun violence in New York City. Nearly a dozen people were shot - three of them died - in six incidents.
Gov. Cuomo Redraws COVID-19 Hot Zones As Infection Rates ImproveThe governor announced Wednesday that restrictions in New York City will be narrowed to certain blocks instead of whole zip codes
Scam Warning: Suzie Potossis Shares Story Of Being Hustled Out Of $1,700 While Trying To Sell Products OnlineIt's cybersecurity awareness month in New Jersey, and one woman is doing just that, sharing how, when she was trying to declutter and make some money, she was scammed out of more than $1,700.
Musicians Bringing New Sound To NYC Streets With Pop-Up PerformancesIt's music to the ears of restaurants that will take all the help they can get.
Passaic Dignity House Offers A Place For Homeless Individuals To Receive MailThe mail either gets placed in one of 21 mailboxes or it's held for when the person comes to pick it up and takes advantage of the other services Passaic Dignity House offers.
Statue Of Mother Cabrini Unveiled In Lower ManhattanMother Cabrini, an Italian-American saint, dedicated her life to serving immigrants and the needy.
Court Upholds Restrictions On Houses Of Worship In COVID-19 Hot SpotsThe rulings mean Gov. Cuomo's order to limit capacity to 10 people within red zones, where the infection rate is above 3%, can be enforced.
Demanding Answers: Dangerous Dip Damaging Cars On West Side Highway Near Exit 96It appears the southbound lanes were milled overnight, leaving a roughly four-inch drop-off south of the 96th Street exit.