If NJ college classes are online, why charge these fees?
One lawmaker wants to “incentivize” colleges and universities that get aid from the state to lower student costs
NJ lawmakers push against calls for all-virtual schools in fall
NJEA says COVID-19 will inevitably spread in reopened schools and that decision-makers who ignore that research will be culpable if deaths result.
Superintendent: I'm not making kids wear masks in 85-degree heat
Many kids will now start with all-remote instruction, because wearing a mask in the heat gets uncomfortable fast.
Owners of closed gyms warn time is short for their survival
Gyms were closed in mid-March and still don't know when the state will allow them to reopen. Some never will.
NJ commuter bus company suspends service to avoid total ruin
DeCamp Bus Lines said it lost 97% of its pre-pandemic ridership and has to "conserve its resources" until ridership increases.
'Facts do evolve,' Murphy tells school leaders preparing for fall
Some school superintendents are voicing frustration with what they call a lack of state guidance on a safe return to classrooms as New Jersey remains stalled in Phase 2 of its pandemic reopening.
NJ's COVID-19 rates trending lower — but also younger
Health officials believe more younger residents are becoming infected.
Don't worry about the lines: NJ MVC has cleared COVID-19 backlog
The head of the Commission also says a new cleaning protocol is helping to keep more agency offices open, so more transactions are being processed.
Remote learning? Rutgers students want 20% tuition cut
A university spokesperson points to the reduce in fees already announced for the upcoming year.
After months at home, how will pets cope when we go back to work?
We all love spending time with our pets, but many have been at our sides almost constantly during the COVID-19 pandemic.