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%?
National Weather Service Investigating Possible Tornado In New Jersey After Powerful Storms Blow Through AreaIn the Lincroft section of Middletown, trees and branches were scattered across yards. Several people without power.
Doctors: Flu Shots A Must This Fall To Help Avoid Potential TwindemicThe viruses share symptoms, and fighting an outbreak of both could put more stress on our already exhausted health care system.
NJ Marine Corps Veteran Pleading For Safe Return Of Lost Dog: 'He's Literally The Best Thing That's Ever Happened To Me'"He's not one to run away. He was going into training. I was gonna have him be a service animal and was trying to get him to be my service animal," Jrluis Ruiz said.
107-Year-Old N.J. Woman Survives Spanish Flu And COVID-19, Says God And Hot Peppers Keys To Her Incredible LongevityA 107-year-old New Jersey grandmother is now the survivor of two pandemics, after recently recovering from the coronavirus.
New York City Principals Group Calls For Delay To In-Person LearningThe Council of School Supervisors and Administrators says the city has failed to give schools enough time implement coronavirus safety protocols by the September 10th reopening. 
Queens Residents Still Struggling With Power Problems A Week After Storm; 'We're Living In A Third World Country Right Now'Tempers boiled over in the sweltering heat and sparks flew, quite literally, in Woodhaven on Tuesday.
Prospect Park Littered With Beer And Liquor Bottles, Containers Of Food, Other Garbage Following Illegal Party On Sunday NightOne of Brooklyn's largest green spaces looked like a wasteland on Monday.
Tropical Storm Isaias: N.J. Residents Struggle To Work From Home Without Power, Gov. Says Restoration Could Take DaysIn New Jersey, PSE&G reported just under 320,000 customers without power early Wednesday morning, and JCP&L had more than 588,000 outages.
Strong Winds From Tropical Storm Isaias Bring Down Trees, Cause Damage Across New JerseySaturated lawns from the soaking rains and tropical-storm force wind gusts toppled trees in towns from Morristown to Maplewood to Maywood.
Hurricane Isaias: N.J. Communities Gearing Up For Potential Flooding, Strong Winds Along Jersey ShoreIsaias regained hurricane strength Monday night as people across New Jersey hunkered down for the storm, which started causing some in the southern coastal areas of the state.
Woman Assaulted At N.J. Staples After Asking Customer To Put On Face CoveringInvestigators say it started when a woman who uses a cane asked another customer to put on a face covering. 
NYPD Defends Controversial Arrest At Kips Bay Protest After Video Sparks Outrage On Social MediaBetween the men in plainclothes and the unmarked van, some protesters say it looked like a kidnapping.