New Jersey is one of only two states that has included smoking among the high-risk medical conditions that make people eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine.
Substance-abuse centers are shutting and relying on virtual programming, just as more and more people turn to drugs and alcohol.
The union in a small New Jersey city punished the officers after they expressed support for two chiefs, both of whom are also Black.
Hospitals around the country scrambled to administer the first shots after waiting months for the coronavirus vaccine.
In New York City and elsewhere, classes will be held online no matter how bad storms are this year in a shift that makes some parents wistful.
A number of outbreaks connected to youth ice hockey have led many states in the Northeast to restrict it. Players and their parents are crestfallen.
Summer vacations led to fall lockdowns. How did the world’s richest club of nations let it happen again?
Hundreds of trees will be planted in a grove at the new Skyway Park — one for every resident of Jersey City who has died of the virus.
The tensions point to the difficulty governors across the Northeast have had in persuading districts to reopen — decisions that often require school boards to buck powerful unions.