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Need to take the SAT? NJ students must wait for October
Though Saturday has been on the calendar for months as a test date for the SAT — none of the more than 50 designated centers in New Jersey are open to host students.
Manchester Township High School confirms first case of Covid-19
This week, Manchester Township Schools Superintendent David Trethaway announced in a letter to parents that an individual has tested positive for Covid-19.
Outdoor dining in fall, winter? Restaurants push NJ to ease up
As the weather gets colder, outdoor dining options are fading.
Monmouth schools begin returning more students to classrooms
Less than a month after the start of the school year, the Marlboro district is planning to start bringing more students into classrooms.
Johnson & Johnson starts late-stage study of single-shot vaccine
A handful of other vaccines in the U.S. — including shots made by Moderna Inc. and Pfizer Inc. — and others in other countries are already in final-stage testing.
NJ lawmaker: Ban price gouging for weddings delayed by COVID-19
Monmouth County Senator Vin Gopal said he's heard from families who've been given a "take it or leave" approach to rescheduling, as well as caterers who say it's not true.
COVID-19 to limit red kettle campaign this holiday season
The Salvation Army wants to "Rescue Christmas," so it's starting its annual fundraising campaign earlier than ever.
COVID cases creep up in central NJ, but this is no second wave
Monmouth and Ocean have seen some increased coronavirus activity in recent days.
Coronavirus in NJIT dorm sewage, but students are negative
23 students who chose to quarantine at home must provide a test before returning to campus.
When class is on, your kid's webcam may not have to be
Kids forced to learn online because of the coronavirus pandemic are not necessarily forced to be visibly present when the remote school day is in session.
See someone breaking NJ's COVID-19 rules? There's a form for that
"The original concept was actually a phone number, but due to the overwhelming call volume, we moved it to an automated form," said Jared Maples, director of the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness.