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NJ School District Says 375 Teachers Won’t Return to Work Due to COVID-19

By: Marissa Torovano A school district in northern New Jersey says opening schools for in-person classes has become a “mathematical impossibility”.  As reported by NJ.com,...

Trump Raises $5M at Event at Deal, NJ Home of Late Friend

By: Fern Sidman Despite the naysayers and the plethora of critics, it appears that President Trump does indeed have support for his re-election bid and...

NJ Man Becomes COVID-19 Antibody ‘Superdonor’ After Recovery

By: Benyamin Davidsons New Jersey resident Matthew Facendo got sick with Coronavirus at the beginning of the pandemic’s outbreak.  After battling the virus, he is...

Defiant NJ Gym Again Opens Despite Closure Order Amid Virus

By: AP The owners of a New Jersey gym that has repeatedly defied Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive order to remain closed during the COVID-19 pandemic...

Trump To Attend Mega Fundraisers in Deal, NJ & the Posh Hamptons 

By Sergio Fulci With the election less than 100 days away, the Trump for Victory Fund is holding several high-profile fundraisers, including a weekend at...

NJ Gym Owners Arrested for Staying Open During State’s Covid-19 Lockdown

By: Ellen Cans On Monday morning, two New Jersey gyms owners, who repeatedly opened despite the state’s COVID-19 lockdown, were arrested.  Ian Smith, 33, of...

New Jersey Gives Parents More Options to Keep Kids Home

By: AP State officials provided more details Friday on the reopening of schools this fall, including that parents will be allowed to opt out their...

More Than 2 Dozen NJ Lifeguards Test Positive for Virus

By: AP More than two dozen lifeguards from two New Jersey beach towns have tested positive for the coronavirus after having been together socially, authorities...

Bloodbath on Jersey Shore –Sharks Attack Dolphin on Long Beach Island

By: JV Staff Last Thursday morning on the Jersey Shore was most definitely not a usual one. While the summer tourist season may be slow,...

NJ Shore Towns Take Steps to Limit Numbers on Beaches

By: AP Large crowds have prompted several popular New Jersey shore towns to takes steps to limit the numbers of people on their beaches amid...

NJ Regulators Mulling Eldorado Buyout of Caesars Casino in Atlantic City

By: Ken Ritter New Jersey gambling regulators rejected bids last week from two casino company competitors to weigh in before deciding whether to give the...

NJ’s Cross River Bank Doles Out $5.4B in PPP Loans; Makes $160M in Fees 

By Hadassa Kalatizadeh When Congress launched the Paycheck Protection Program as part of a $2 trillion coronavirus aid package, everyone expected the big banks to...

Borgata to Reopen July 26, Last of Atlantic City’s 9 Casinos

By: Wayne Parry The Borgata casino will reopen on July 26, the last of Atlantic City’s nine gambling resorts to resume operating amid the coronavirus...

New Jersey Congressman Celebrates Two Chabad Rabbis as ‘Hometown Heroes’

Rabbis Mendy Kaminker and Chanoch Kaplan honored By: Menachem Posner Every year, New Jersey Rep. Josh Gottheimer designates “hometown heroes” whose accomplishments and efforts are recognized...

ADL Files Open Records Requests in Wake of Rising Anti-Semitism in Ocean County, NJ

Edited by: JV Staff On the heels of the release of ADL’s 2019 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents, ADL’s New York/New Jersey Regional Office announced last...

NJ’s Princeton U to Remove Woodrow Wilson Name from Public Policy School

By: AP Staff Princeton University has announced plans to remove the name of former President Woodrow Wilson from its public policy school because of his...

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