Check out the top news that made headlines this week across the Patch network in New Jersey:
Many NJ towns got winds that exceeded 50 and 60 mph. They also got a lot of rain. Check for the rain totals and wind speeds in your town.>>>Read more here.
It's an impossible number, but those who died were more than a statistic. They were parents, coaches, nurses, teachers, mentors and friends.
State officials warned about black ice on NJ roadways as 12,000 people are still without power, all due to the Christmas storm.
Deborah Smick and her son George were homeless for 10 months, as the pandemic raged. Police and township have now stepped in to help.
Gov. Murphy reported that NJ has had more than 100 COVID-related deaths for two days straight, and he urged people to stay home for the holidays.
State officials said they missed the deadline for starting COVID-19 vaccinations at nursing homes. Now New Jersey has to wait to start.
State officials outlined plans for reaching "herd immunity" in New Jersey – and when you'll be safe from COVID-19 once the vaccines work.
The six "megasites," as well as 200 satellite centers, will deliver vaccinations for COVID-19, the governor said. Here's when and where.
The lawsuit challenges "the blatant abuse of discretion" by the district for the "unconstitutional" continued shutdown of in-school learning.