New York City Answers Call For More Teachers, Establishes COVID Situation Room To Monitor Cases In SchoolsThere are signs of a potential showdown between the teachers union and New York City before in-person classes start next week.
School Year Gets Off To Rocky Start With Students, Teachers Testing Positive For COVID-19 Throughout Tri-State AreaTeachers call what happened in a short time a "dress rehearsal for disaster for our school communities."
New Jersey Family Still Fighting To Bring Jailed Journalist Home More Than 400 Days After He Was Detained In NigeriaYele Sowore, who owns the publication Sahara Reporters, was jailed for speaking out against corruption and human rights violations after allegedly organizing a pro-democracy protest in Nigeria last August.
NYC Restaurants To Resume Indoor Dining At 25% Capacity As Of September 30There will be a host of requirements restaurants will have to meet. 
Coronavirus Or Allergies? Doctor Explains Difference Between SymptomsThat late summer feel is in the air, and so are the early fall allergy symptoms. Not to mention anxiety over whether what you're feeling is allergies at all. 
Concerns About COVID-19 Spreading On College Campuses Growing As Thousands Of Students Test PositiveA new survey finds there have been at least 51,000 cases of COVID at colleges and universities around the country since the pandemic began.
Schools: The New Normal | New Jersey Schools Adjust Curriculums While Adapting To Constraints Of Virtual LearningIn middle and high school, there's no question that hands-on learning from a child's living room will be hard.
Schools: The New Normal | Remote Learning Raises Concerns About Possible CyberattacksClasses and meetings have already been hacked by online intruders, and that's not the only thing you'll have to watch out for.
Schools: The New Normal | Cyber Security Concerns Grow As Many Students Start School Year OnlineClasses and meetings have already been disrupted by online intruders, but there are things you can do to protect your child's privacy and keep them safe.
Doctors Urge Parents To Talk To Children About Wearing Masks For Long Periods Of Time In SchoolAs students begin to face the new normal in schools, one of the hardest challenges of adjusting will be having to wear masks all day.
Experts Offer Tips On How To Help Children Deal With Anxiety As They Return To School Learning In The Coronavirus EraThe start of the school year is always full of emotions for kids, and given the pandemic, this year those emotions will likely be heightened.
Severe Weather Brings Down Trees, Knocks Out Power In Parts Of Tri-State AreaIt was a fast-moving storm that tore down trees and wires in just a few minutes in Bergen County.
Nurses At New Jersey Hospital Create Butterfly Display To Inspire Hope For Parents Welcoming Children Amid COVID-19 PandemicAlready there are 2,500 butterflies, each one unique like the baby it represents.
Long Lines Persist At New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Offices Over A Month After ReopeningMore than six weeks after the agency reopened, lines at offices still wrapped around buildings and extended down the block.
Utility Customers Across Area Experiencing Sticker Shock As Bills SkyrocketOne customer tweeted a picture of a bill for $551, asking how could someone just increase their consumption by approximately 380%?