What Should You Know Before Putting Your Belongings In A Storage Facility?The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs is investigating complaints about Public Storage and urges customers to pay attention to provisions regarding the disposal of goods and insurance coverage.
New Jersey Mandates College 'Shopping Sheet,' To Give Students True Financial Loan PictureStarting this fall, all New Jersey students of both public and private colleges will receive a "shopping sheet," required by law to lay out expenses.
New Jersey Storage Company Served Injunction Stopping Them From Tossing Customer's Storm-Damaged Belongings Without Her OKMen in hazmat suits were seen throwing bags of items in dumpsters this week.
New Jersey Residents Upset They Have Not Been Able To Access Public Storage Unit In Scotch Plains Since Ida Struck AreaCBS2 met with some of them who are demanding access to their belongings.
Teacher Accused Of Forcibly Removing 2nd Grader's Hijab In ClassWyatt's 7-year-old daughter and her sister have been wearing the hijab, or a head scarf, since they were very young. They are Muslim. 
Parts Of New Jersey Remain Under Boil Water Advisory 6 Weeks After IdaResidents dealing with the unsafe water want to know why the problem hasn't been fixed yet.
Joseph Rotondo Of Warren, N.J. Searching For Man Who Rescued Him During Ida FloodingThe remnants of Ida swept through out area last month, causing mass destruction. But what shines through was strangers helping strangers.
COVID Impact: CDC Urges Caution As Holiday Season ApproachesWith the holidays quickly approaching, families are being warned to skip indoor gatherings and avoid travel to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
As Vaccination Rates Improve, Families Left Wondering Again About Holiday Gatherings, Trick Or Treating And MoreFor the second year in a row, the CDC is advising families to skip holiday gatherings, even if vaccinated.
Ida's Aftermath: Wounded By Storm, Somerset County Food Pantry Needs Help To Keep Helping OthersFeeding Hands food distribution normally features more than 60 volunteers loading necessities into cars and carts for those in need, but it has suffered a major setback.
COVID Impact: Some Parents In Jersey City Keep Children Home From School After District Reports Positive CasesThe New Jersey health commissioner said Wednesday there have been six COVID-19 outbreaks in schools across the state.