With Democrats Controlling Washington, New Jersey Rep. Gottheimer Working To Reinstate SALT DeductionsIt's no secret homeowners around here pay a pretty penny in property taxes. So when in 2017 state and local tax deductions -- or SALT -- were capped at $10,000, it hit hard.
COVID In New Jersey: Vaccination Sites Keeping Opening, But There's Only One Problem -- No Doses To Give OutMega vaccination sites keep opening in New Jersey, but an appointment is nearly impossible to find due to a lack of supply.
Parents, Students Protest Decision To Keep Classrooms Closed In Montclair, NJStudents in Montclair, New Jersey were supposed to head back into their classrooms Monday for the first time since March. Despite the superintendent's announcement, it didn't happen.
COVID In New Jersey: Careful Planning Has Helped Essex County Vaccination Site Become Highly EfficientEssex County, home to Newark, New Jersey's largest city, has been the hardest hit county by the coronavirus pandemic, with the highest number of positive cases and deaths.
New Jersey Launches State Plan To Address State's Maternal Mortality RateBlack women die at a four times higher rate than white women nationwide. In New Jersey, it's seven times higher.
COVID Impact On Youth Sports: New Jersey Parents Petition Gov. Murphy To Increase Indoor Spectator Capacity To 50%Alexis Voorhees is a senior and captain of the Brick Memorial High School basketball team and is grateful to be playing again, but she is looking forward to doing her thing in front of a crowd.
Schools: The New Normal | Montclair, N.J. Has Plan To Resume In-Person Learning, But Teachers Are WaryStudents have been out of the classroom since last March. The school's superintendent says he has a plan to get them back in next week, but teachers say they may be no-shows due to safety concerns.
New Jersey Man Transforms Unused Shipping Containers Into COVID Testing SitesPeople can get tested without having to mix with sick patients at urgent cares or hospital settings.
New Jersey Teachers Unions Call On State To Prioritize Educators In Latest Wave Of COVID Vaccine EligibilityNew Jersey teachers unions are calling on the state to prioritize educators for the COVID-19 vaccine. One group says teachers should be ahead of smokers, who are now eligible
Spared COVID-19's Wrath Last Spring, New Jersey Long-Term Care Facility Hit With Holidays-Infused OutbreakThe virus spread like wildfire. More than 90 residents and more than 60 staff members contracted it. So far, 29 residents have passed away.
Officials: 1 Dead, Multiple Injured After Van Overturns On New Jersey HighwayChopper 2 was over the scene, where the van appeared to have crashed through a guardrail and rolled onto its roof.
Marijuana In New Jersey: Holdup On Legalization Centers On Dispute Over Minors' Possession PenaltiesEleven days into the new year, Gov. Phil Murphy has yet to be able to sign legislation officially legalizing adult use marijuana and decriminalizing it.
The Constant, All Day 'Pop Pop Pop' Of Pickleball Causing Tension In Ridgewood, N.J.It's so popular in one Bergen County town that neighbors say they can't catch a break from noisy courts.
First COVID Vaccine Mega Sites Open In New Jersey As Health Care Workers, Firefighters, Police Officers Become Eligible For InoculationThe old Sears at the Rockaway Town Square Mall has been turned into a vaccination hub for health care workers and, as of Friday, first responders like firefighters and police officers.
Bayonne Woman Arrested After Allegedly Screaming Racial Slurs At Black NeighborOther residents of the diverse neighborhood say the same woman has harassed them.