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In the first in a series of virtual roundtables from NJ Spotlight and NJTV News, three educators discussed the new normal in New Jersey education
Despite emphatic public health messages about the need to stay home and prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus that has now killed nearly 650 in the state, officials in Lakewood say achieving ...
Holy Name Medical Center's CEO Michael Maron was asymptomatic and unknowingly spread the virus to his family. His staff urged him to get tested. The family spent two weeks quarantined. Maron's back on ...
Teachers are developing innovative ways to bring lessons to their students at home. One teacher turned his basement into a remote studio for a virtual tour through New Jersey’s Underground Railroad. ...
Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.
Residents across New Jersey are participating in acts of kindness and paying it forward in order to bring a little lightness during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Reed Gusciora says the city has been preparing for months as the virus spread continues.
Cyberthreats are on the rise as hackers try to take advantage of the panic caused by the outbreak by stealing data, black mailing individuals for money, and putting the security of vital systems at ...
In something resembling a military operation, the state is on high alert, scrambling to add critical-care beds and ready pop-up field hospitals
The question is whether loans, grants, tax credits and expanded unemployment benefits will be able to fully meet the growing demand for help