Electricity Restoration Nearing Completion In New Jersey Almost Week After Tropical Storm Isaias Tore Through Region

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) – Efforts to restore electricity in New Jersey are nearing completion nearly a week after Tropical Storm Isaias tore through the state. The state’s utilities are reporting 6,659 homes and businesses remain without power, down from more than 1 million.

New Jersey’s top court: Defendant must share phone passcodes

Sciarra argued, in part, that Andrews did not have to turn over the passcodes because the Fifth Amendment protected him from self-incrimination. But the court found the passcodes were not “testimonial” and noted Andrews did not challenge the search warrants, which give the state “the right to the cellphones’ purportedly incriminating contents,” the majority decision […]

Wendy Williams and ex Kevin Hunter sell their New Jersey mansion for $525,000 LESS than initial $2million asking price

She continued: ‘I still love him just not in that way. You either in or you are out with me. I still have love for him and I wish him the best in his new life with his new family.’

New Jersey school district changes course on “fruitless” plan for in-person learning after over 400 teachers opt out

As schools nationwide struggle to finalize reopening plans, some have abruptly changed course because of coronavirus outbreaks or pushback from the community. One school district in New Jersey voted this week to hold all classes remotely, despite Governor Phil Murphy insisting for months on some form of in-person classes.

New Jersey governor can borrow $9.9 billion to plug shortfalls, top state court rules

The New Jersey Supreme Court said the state’s COVID-19 Emergency Bond Act was constitutional, but officials will need to certify that projected revenue and fiscal shortfalls were “as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic” before they can borrow.

‘Brings Back Hurricane Sandy All Over Again’: Hundreds Of Thousands Of New Jerseyans Still Lack Power After Isaias

PSE&G reported approximately 575,000 outages statewide — that’s 25% of its customers. There are 2,800 workers out attempting to restore power, and they’ve requested another 1,700 workers from as far away as Oklahoma, Iowa and Nova Scotia to help.

True death toll of coronavirus in New York nursing homes could be DOUBLE the official figure of 6,600 fatalities, report suggests – but Cuomo shoots down call for probe as ‘politically motivated’

New York’s reported toll of coronavirus deaths in nursing homes currently stands at 6,600, but health officials are only counting residents who died on site and not later in hospitals or other medical facilities. Pictured: EMTs wheel a man out of a nursing home into an ambulance during an ongoing outbreak of coronavirus in Brooklyn, […]

Fremont Bridge Rotary Club Supports Local Community Project

Unfortunately, this problem is not going away any time soon. Even as our county looks to open up again, restaurants will be held to very limited capacity seating and will still struggle to be profitable. Never mind the potential of a second wave of this deadly virus. Local restaurants are an integral part of our […]

The Doctors talk show names new solo host Dr. Ian Smith and new format ahead of season 13… as Emmy Award-winning show returns September 21

Executive producer Jay McGraw expressed his excitement over the new season as he said: ‘Trustworthy and straightforward medical news has never been more important. THE DOCTORS recognizes the opportunity to support our viewers and deliver the content they’re looking for and deserve to get.

Daughter Of New York Giants Co-Owner Steve Tisch Dies At 36

“Hilary was a kind, caring and beautiful person,” Steve Tisch said in the statement. “Her mother, sisters, brothers and I are devastated by her passing. It leaves a hole in our hearts and our lives. She, like so many others, bravely fought the disease of depression for as long as she could. We love and […]