The latest New Jersey news and commentary on the novel coronavirus, the restrictions in place because of it, and help for people struggling.
Police shut down Atco Dragway car show over crowd size
The owner of Atco Dragway said that online ticket sales for a car show were under capacity but two other events with tickets sold at the gate could have contributed to a bigger crowd.
A plea for help for NJ adults with developmental disabilities
As schools return to in-person instruction, programs for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities must stay virtual, causing major problems.
NJ man suing Donald Trump for $1 trillion over pandemic deaths
Arnett Thomas of Orange wrote up the lawsuit which claims President Donald Trump's handling of the pandemic was a violation of his oath of office.
Dancing at prom spreads COVID 19, but the sex afterward doesn’t?
Clearview Regional High School’s seniors are facing a possible prohibition of being able to dance at their prom.
GOP senator questions use of COVID aid for State Police salaries
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal says the use of CARES Act money to pay for State Police salaries and overhead complies with federal guidelines.
Cyber breaches force Hillsborough, Bernards schools to close
Bernards and Hillsborough schools were impacted as their server systems were separately compromised, days apart.
Play ball: NJ minor league teams set to return after 2020 hiatus
Going to a game is going to be different for many reasons, most related to COVID-19, but also because the very landscape of New Jersey minor league baseball has shifted since 2019.
$40M aid for unauthorized immigrants in NJ not enough, group says
More than a year into the pandemic, immigrants rights groups are pressing the governor on funding for more than 200,000 workers, who are essential yet unauthorized.
NJ's health commish is right about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine
With the announcement that the FDA was suspending use of the J&J COVID vaccine, she sought to calm the public down.