Toms River Schools going all virtual, sports still on
The Toms River Regional School District is the latest to announce that they will be going all virtual for education to begin the upcoming school year.
Scam alert: What contact tracers WON'T ask you about
Scam artists are hoping you don't see this warning.
Monmouth County Freeholders offering free career training course
During the Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Nearly 80,000 Monmouth County residents have filed for Unemployment and as thousands of jobs open back up, the Freeholders have launched a website with a free online career training course to help sharpen skill sets and resumes for the new workforce.
A new COVID monitoring system as NJ schools prepare to open
The regionalized system will be color-coded to help parents, students and school officials monitor the spread of the disease in their local communities
OC seeing spike in Covid-19 cases among Teens, Young Adults
The numbers don't lie and new data released by the Ocean County Health Department displays some good news along with a concerning trend of Covid-19 cases in Ocean County.
Educators plea to Murphy: Don't open any schools in-person yet
Three education organizations say a decision about public health cannot be left to the state's 600 school districts.
Another back-to-school snag: NJ has shortage of bus drivers
As districts prepare to partially reopen next month, there is growing concern that the pandemic could make it even harder for bus companies to get the drivers they need.
Leaders from nearly every industry say it's time for NJ to reopen
With all the key COVID-19 metrics showing the virus is under control, a business aoalition is urging Gov. Murphy to end the “pause mode” in the Garden State.
Rutgers football on hold as Big Ten conference postpones season
The Big Ten said it would consider the "possibility of competition in the spring."
Big Ten cancels fall football as Rutgers team deals with outbreak
The Big Ten won't be playing football this fall because of concerns about COVID-19.
Murphy: Indoor dining still too risky, even with COVID stats low
Murphy highlights a video clip showing how 9 diners in South China got the coronavirus from one infected individual sitting right underneath an air conditioning vent last January.