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ShopRite giving hazard pay to employees who worked through shutdowns
According to the union, there have been at least 109 grocery worker deaths since the start of the novel coronavirus pandemic earlier this year.
NJ stores prep for Black Friday shopping during COVID pandemic
More retailers than ever are offering pickup options with less contact, while Walmart has split its Black Friday event into three parts.
Partnerships to reach Monmouth kids take new approach in pandemic
Now instead of hands-on activities, children and their mentors participate in Zoom calls, movie watching nights, and gaming sessions.
NJ colleges shifting the way they accept students during COVID-19
Many institutions have, at least for now, completely or mostly eliminated their typical requirement that standardized test scores be included with prospective students' applications.
Ocean County increasing Covid-19 tests and days at OCC drive-thru
Due to the rise in Covid-19 cases in Ocean County, the health department will be going back to offering tests five-days a week at the Ocean County College drive-thru testing site for the first time in months.
No vaccine, no sporting events, fans say in Seton Hall poll
If the doors of MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford could open to the public for the rest of the Giants and Jets home NFL games this season, would fans actually want to show up?
Remote learning study: NJ parents want more time with teachers
Just 42% said the remote learning experience had been "very successful" for their families.
After Lakewood's Closure, Only One Charlie Brown's Is Left In NJ
Following the closing of the Charlie Brown's on Route 70 in Lakewood, only a single location of the steakhouse remains in New Jersey.
Monmouth County Freeholders increase free test being administered
As part of their COVID-19 Free Testing Program, Monmouth County Freeholders announced Wednesday that they are adding a testing site to next week’s schedule at the Old Municipal Building, 316 Old Tavern Road in Howell.
Fed-up NJ business owners to protest Murphy's restrictions
A newly created group is taking to the streets on Sunday in protest of continued and additional restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rutgers wants you to join J&J's COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial
Researchers will track whether those who are vaccinated have lower rates of infection than those who were injected with just a saline solution.