The latest New Jersey news and commentary on the novel coronavirus, the restrictions in place because of it, and help for people struggling.
Mental health treatment among services moved online due to COVID
Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County said much of its clientele is elderly or immuno-compromised, and has become comfortable with getting help via phone or Zoom.
Here's what NJ high school graduations look like during COVID-19
Some classes wrapped up with virtual events, while other districts are finally holding in-person celebrations that kick off July 6.
Gone is the traditional workplace in a post-COVID-19 world
Be prepared for the traditional workplace in the post-COVID-19 world to be different in many ways, says one expert.
Where to find summer meals for kids — 2,300 sites across NJ
Responding to the urgent need brought on by the COVID-19 public health crisis, more New Jersey schools, organizations and communities are offering free summer meals for children this summer.
NJ Transit rail and light rail return to normal schedules July 6
Overcrowding at New York Penn Station and the prospect of wearing masks on trains where the air conditioning breaks are on the minds of some NJ Transit commuters.
Salons, barbers shouldn't deny service to hospital staff, NJ says
An Ocean County woman says she was turned away from a hair appointment just because she was a nurse at a hospital that treats COVID-19 patients.
Is NJ beating the virus? We're doing better than most states
New Jersey has been one of the hardest-hit states in the country but also one of the best at controlling the spread and growth of the coronavirus.
Local officials worried as crowds flock to the Jersey Shore
As coronavirus-related restrictions are eased and temperatures climb, people are flocking back to the Jersey Shore.
What's open, what's limited at Jersey Shore this July 4 weekend
Here's a quick look at what's open and which coronavirus-related restrictions remain in place at the Jersey Shore as the July Fourth weekend arrives.
Jersey Shore bars stress social distancing, masks ahead of July 4
After outdoor crowds on social media, Donovan's Reef and D'Jais are urging folks to follow the rules to avoid a COVID-19 spike.