Coronavirus Impact: Some Colleges Acknowledge Financial Challenges, Say They're Lowering Tuition Costs For 2021The college experience has changed due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving some families to question the value of a higher education.
Experts Stress Importance Of Self-Care And Supporting Others To Address Pandemic BurnoutIf you feel like your head is spinning from trying to keep track of everything these days, you're not alone.
Chris Christie On COVID Battle: 'I Was Wrong To Not Wear A Mask'Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is revealing his regrets after spending a week in the ICU battling coronavirus.
Police Warning Of Rise In Car Thefts In Union, Essex Counties Due In Part To Residents Not Following Simple Safety StepsData from the National Crime Information Center shows there have been more than 700 car thefts in Union County and 1,800 in Essex County so far this year.
Despite Rise In COVID-19 Cases In New Jersey, Gov. Murphy Officially Gives Indoor Sports The Green LightThe governor lifted the competition ban for sports like ice hockey, basketball, cheerleading and karate.
Sources: N.J. Set To Allow Indoor Youth Sports To ResumeCBS2 has learned New Jersey is poised to allow the return of indoor youth sports. Among them, basketball and ice hockey.
Holy Name Medical Center Participating In Clinical Trials Of Regeneron, Antibody Treatment Given To President TrumpPres. Donald Trump credits drug maker Regeneron's treatment for relieving his COVID-19 symptoms. But, what is it, and how might you get it?
Wait Times Improve At New Jersey Board Of Elections Offices As Voters Try To Get Their Ballots In EarlyWait times to hand in ballots at some New Jersey Board of Elections offices are being compared to recent long lines at the Motor Vehicle Commission.
New Jersey Town Attempting To Keep Large Groups Of Teenagers From Gathering In Local ParkMindowaskin Park was buzzing with toddlers and strollers Tuesday afternoon, but when the sun goes down on weekends, police say it becomes a popular hang out for teenagers.
Coronavirus Update: Volunteer Group In N.J. Town Making Sure Seniors Don't Put Themselves At RiskA Union County town is stepping up to help those who are most vulnerable during these dangerous times.
Coronavirus Update: Religious, Faith Leaders Use Technology For Worship At HomeFaith leaders around the Tri-State area are using technology to bridge the gap while places of worship are closed due to the coronavirus.