Catholics go back to a very different church this week

This week, Catholics started going back to church as the buildings reopened under the direction of the Newark Archdiocese, but for personal prayers only.

COVID-19: Saturday’s numbers

Today's numbers and more.
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TikTok Together raises money to help schools and students

To raise money, each family’s video has a designated fundraising page on the MFEE website, where members of the community can donate money to their favorite dance routine.

Judge denies town’s request to dissolve rent control stay, referendum petition launched

A motion by the township to dissolve a temporary stay on the newly approved rent-control ordinance has been denied.

COVID-19: Gatherings of under 25 now allowed in time for Memorial Day

Residents will be able to hold barbecues and parties over Memorial Day weekend as long as they are kept to under 25 attendees and held outdoors. 
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Love and dating during a pandemic

With nights at the movies, dinner at a restaurant, or even a meet-up at a coffee shop out of the question due to social distancing, singles and couples are having to find new ways to begin or continue a relationship.
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COVID-19: New Jersey to extend unemployment benefits period

This weekend, the state will begin notifying unemployed people of a 13-week extension in benefits, Workforce and Labor Development Commissioner Rob Asaro-Angelo said Thursday.

Montclair groomers back to trimming pups

Montclair pets are getting taken care of again as groomers in town have been allowed to get back to work to bathe and cut the fur of local animals.
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COVID-19: Outbreak causes difficulties for daycare providers, parents

The pandemic has led to challenges concerning the closure of day-care centers as parents and children remain at home and providers experience financial difficulties.

COVID-19: Walmart testing, SNAP goes online, COVID scam

With a focus on the goal of universal testing for all New Jersey residents, state officials announced today a partnership with Walmart and Quest diagnostic to begin testing residents for COVID-19 beginning Friday, May 22.