New Legislation Designed To Aid New Jersey Small Business Signed Into Law By Gov. MurphyThe focus of the legislation is to provide businesses support to help recover from the coronavirus pandemic and prepare for the future.
Despite Many Hardships Of 2020, True Meaning Of Christmas Shines Through For Many PeopleMany are taking time to remember the meaning of the season, and highlight some of the good that happened. 
Small Business Saturday Takes On Greater Importance With More Shops In Danger Of Closing This Holiday SeasonAfter Black Friday, local shop owners are hoping there's spending money left for them on Small Business Saturday.
Small Businesses Say Holiday Shopping Season Could Determine If They Stay Open Or Close For Good: 'We Need Your Business 100%'According to the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, the pandemic forced 41% of Black businesses to close for good, compared to only 17% of white-owned businesses.
Experts Say There Are Creative Ways To Get Kids On Playdates During The Coronavirus PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic has upended nearly every aspect of children's lives, especially the playdate.
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.
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.
Brummer's Homemade Chocolates To Close After 116 Years In BusinessThe Westfield, New Jersey institution will close its doors on Saturday after being in business for over 100 years.
Confirmed Coronavirus Cases In NJ Community Rise By Nearly A Dozen In One Day, All New Patients Are 18-25 Years OldAt least three of the new cases are being linked to parties.
Westfield, N.J. Teen Takes Initiative To Feed As Many People As He Can During Coronavirus PandemicHe wrote a letter, urging folks in his community to donate food to local pantries and churches, where food is in short supply.
N.J. May Soon Offer Incentives To Residents To Buy Electric VehiclesA bill making its way to Gov. Phil Murphy's desk aims to make electric cars more accessible and appealing to residents.