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.
Coronavirus Update: Jersey Shore Towns Say Resources Stretched Thin By Influx Of PeopleThe beach sure is a nice vacation from quarantine reality, but Jersey Shore towns say they can't handle the influx during the off season.
Coronavirus Update: Working From Home Means Finding The Right Supplies And RoutineMakeshift desks, headphones and shared spaces with family and pets are the new normal.
Coronavirus Update: Staying Home Presents Opportunity To Teach Kids The Value Of Life SkillsStuck at home with your kids all day due to the coronavirus outbreak? Some parents say it’s a good time to teach them skills that will last a lifetime, like chores.
Coronavirus Update: Area Hospital Systems Announce New Policies Restricting VisitorsThe Mount Sinai Health System is restricting access to visitors at all of their hospital and ambulatory sites in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
N.J. Assemblyman Offers Solutions To Long Wait Times At Motor Vehicle CommissionThere have been reports of excessive wait times at Motor Vehicle Commission locations across New Jersey. One assemblyman, however, says he has a solution.
Exclusive: Man Uses Sledgehammer To Bash Way Into Burning Home, Rescues Family Of 7A Middlesex County man is being praised as a hero after rescuing family from a massive house fire in Piscataway, New Jersey.
Missing Holiday Cards Arriving In March? Hawthorne Residents Say Postal Mail Now Completely UnreliableThe problems range from wrong name, wrong address, wrong street now wasted time and energy.
Exclusive: Claiming Antisemitism, College Student Sues N.J. School DistrictA college student who says she was discriminated against at her high school because she's Jewish has a filed a discrimination lawsuit against a Monmouth County school district.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey School Districts Preparing For Possible Closures Due To Virus OutbreakIf a school is shut down, students may split time at another school while it is disinfected or continue education virtually.
NJ Transit Commuters Frustrated By State Of Lyndhurst Train StationsNJ Transit customers who have to commute through Kingsland and another station in Lyndhurst are not happy with the upkeep.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Urges Parents To Plan For Children's Learning If Schools CloseGov. Phil Murphy says the state continues to be on high alert, working closely with hospitals and schools to make sure everyone stays safe.
Gateway Project Receives No Financial Support From Federal GovernmentThe federal government will consider funding rehabilitation work in the existing tunnels, but much-needed new tunnels are off the table.
Some NJ School Districts Say Proposed School Budget Hurts Their CommunitiesSome districts will get more money now, while others which have been over-funded for years will be cut.
Bill Proposes Replacing NJ Civil War Hero Statue With Women's Suffragist Leader In WashingtonEach state has two figures representing it at the National Statuary Hall at the U.S. Capitol.