Westfield High School Students Don't Let Pandemic Stop Them From Helping OthersA high school community service club in Union County has been busier than ever despite the pandemic's barriers. 
Father Jim Worth And Ben Hack, Who Lives With Autism, Share Special Bond Over Music And More: 'It Thrills Me'A man with autism was devastated when he could no longer attend church.
More And More Personal Protective Equipment Washing Up On Beaches Across Our AreaDiscarded masks, gloves, wipes and more have been found up and down beaches on the Jersey coastline this past year. 
New Jersey Family Rescued On Mountain In Maine Says Hiking Trail Sign Pointed Them In Wrong DirectionA New Jersey family had to be rescued after going for a hike on a mountain in Maine. They said a sign along the trail pointed them in the wrong direction.
Companies Outfit Offices For 'New Normal' As Employees Return To WorkplaceMore companies are asking employees to return to the office. But what's the new normal when it comes to the workplace?
COVID Anger: Patrons At N.J. Brewery Stiff Server On Tip After Disagreeing With State's 90-Minute Seating Time RuleA woman was working Friday at the recently opened Glenbrook Brewery in Morristown. She had a table of four that seemed satisfied with their brews until she approached them about COVID-19 rules.
Atlantic Health System Rapidly Screening For COVID Variants In New JerseyThat comes as new concerns emerge about variants targeting younger people. 
Allendale Students Demand Diversity Awareness Curriculum On Anti-Asian Bias, Black Lives Matter MovementStudents in Allendale, New Jersey are demanding their schools teach about anti-Asian bias and the Black Lives Matter movement.
With Pfizer Saying Its Vaccine Is Effective In Children, Parents And Officials Consider What It Means For SchoolsSchools in the Maplewood-South Orange school district have been all virtual for more than a year. The Pfizer news gives renewed hope for a return back to schools with teachers and friends. 
New Jersey Marijuana: Lawmakers Eye Bill Allowing Adults To Grow Pot At HomeSt. Sen. Vin Gopal sponsored a bill to allow anyone 21 and older to grow up to six marijuana plants at home. 
COVID Vaccine: New Jersey Residents 55 And Older Eligible Starting April 5Eligibility also expands for some frontline workers, including retail workers, laundromat employees, maintenance workers, IT and communications employees, and higher education staff.