Jersey City’s Quality of Life Task Force Fixes Neighborhood Complaints.
Ten recommendations for issues to be considered and questions to be answered on reopening NJ public schools.
After six years, 902 Brewing’s doors officially opened on May 12 in the midst of a pandemic. The rooftop deck may not be open nor the bar finished, but the founders are selling four-packs of beer for pickup at their location at 101 Pacific Ave in Bergen-Lafayette.
Recommendations from a team of experts to help women and their health care providers stay safe
New Jersey health officials are expected today to spell out additional details of Gov. Phil Murphy’s order to allow elective surgeries to resume next week, including which medical facilities are eligible, what procedures must be prioritized and additional protocols for reducing the spread of COVID-19.
Proposal easily clears Legislature, but Murphy has been hard to read on plan that taps new federal benefits allowing furloughed workers to offset lost wages with unemployment claims.
Which COVID-19 test will give the answers you need?
As freshmen prepare to adapt, educators and administrators are still in the early stages of ‘shaping the new normal’ of a college education: part two
A transparent investigation that includes witness interviews and disclosure of all body camera videos is required. Moreover, even if the belt-grabbing allegation is proven to be true, the police department will still have to explain how the baton-wielding officer’s actions were appropriate and, if they weren’t, what discipline the officer will face. The burden will be on the police department to demonstrate that it can credibly investigate itself. If this incident shows that it can’t, it will be time to create a civilian complaint review board.
Educators begin to come to terms with how the health crisis has utterly altered college life in New Jersey, its finances and its outlook: part one