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Celebrating Rosh Hashanah in the age of coronavirus

New preparations and adjustments are being made for Rosh Hashanah.

Celebrating Rosh Hashanah in the age of coronavirus

Video thumbnail: NJTV News NJIT detects COVID-19 in sewage, quarantines dorm

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NJIT detects COVID-19 in sewage, quarantines dorm

The engineering school detected high levels of the COVID-19 virus in its sewage.

NJIT detects COVID-19 in sewage, quarantines dorm

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Schools in NJ struggle to find substitute teachers

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Schools in NJ struggle to find substitute teachers

School districts across the state are struggling as teachers request leave or retirement.

Schools in NJ struggle to find substitute teachers

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Business Report: Jobs, COVID-19, American Dream

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Business Report: Jobs, COVID-19, American Dream

Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.

Business Report: Jobs, COVID-19, American Dream

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Rep. Gottheimer discusses negotiations for next stimulus

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Rep. Gottheimer discusses negotiations for next stimulus

There’s a bipartisan effort underway to break the gridlock on emergency COVID-19 relief.

Rep. Gottheimer discusses negotiations for next stimulus

Video thumbnail: NJTV News New Jersey Democrats agree on a millionaires tax

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New Jersey Democrats agree on a millionaires tax

Deal in place to raise taxes on more NJ high income earners.

New Jersey Democrats agree on a millionaires tax

Video thumbnail: NJTV News The impact on COVID-19 on the state’s agricultural industry

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The impact on COVID-19 on the state’s agricultural industry

Farmers in New Jersey have had to adapt to stay in business during the pandemic.

The impact on COVID-19 on the state’s agricultural industry

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Aisha Glover to join Audible's Center for Urban Development

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Aisha Glover to join Audible's Center for Urban Development

Aisha Glover is stepping down from her role at the Newark Alliance to join the center.

Aisha Glover to join Audible's Center for Urban Development

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Progressives support tax deal but businesses cry foul

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Progressives support tax deal but businesses cry foul

Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.

Progressives support tax deal but businesses cry foul

Video thumbnail: NJTV News NJ veterans home staff and families demand answers

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NJ veterans home staff and families demand answers

Families and staff from the Menlo Park Veterans Home protested COVID-18 deaths at a rally

NJ veterans home staff and families demand answers

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Big Ten reverses decision, will allow college gameplay

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Big Ten reverses decision, will allow college gameplay

Schools backtracked on the decision to postpone the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns.

Big Ten reverses decision, will allow college gameplay

Video thumbnail: NJTV News New Jersey's revenue collections drop in August

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New Jersey's revenue collections drop in August

Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.

New Jersey's revenue collections drop in August

Video thumbnail: NJTV News NJ recommends what to do about outlaw motorcycle gang

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NJ recommends what to do about outlaw motorcycle gang

The state says testimony and video point to the gang growing to areas in North Jersey.

NJ recommends what to do about outlaw motorcycle gang

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Up to 40,000 NJ unemployment claims still backlogged

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Up to 40,000 NJ unemployment claims still backlogged

New Jersey's still dealing with backlogged unemployment claims, 30-40,000 of them.

Up to 40,000 NJ unemployment claims still backlogged

Video thumbnail: NJTV News New law will help essential workers who get sick with COVID

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New law will help essential workers who get sick with COVID

Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.

New law will help essential workers who get sick with COVID

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Many schools are closing after positive COVID-19 cases

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Many schools are closing after positive COVID-19 cases

Some schools and districts have had to change plans after people tested positive.

Many schools are closing after positive COVID-19 cases

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Watchline aims to aid Black community in Middlesex County

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Watchline aims to aid Black community in Middlesex County

The Black Community Watchline is a non-emergency helpline in Middlesex County.

Watchline aims to aid Black community in Middlesex County

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Undocumented immigrants rally for pandemic relief

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Undocumented immigrants rally for pandemic relief

A report shows that undocumented immigrants are suffering financially during COVID-19.

Undocumented immigrants rally for pandemic relief

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Rowan University's plan to track and contain COVID-19 cases

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Rowan University's plan to track and contain COVID-19 cases

Rowan University leadership is doing whatever they can to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Rowan University's plan to track and contain COVID-19 cases

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Doherty doubles down on systemic racism comments

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Doherty doubles down on systemic racism comments

Gov. Phil Murphy says the speech and context, "just takes your breath away."

Doherty doubles down on systemic racism comments

Video thumbnail: NJTV News Amazon to hire 6,900 workers in NJ as online shopping booms

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Amazon to hire 6,900 workers in NJ as online shopping booms

Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.

Amazon to hire 6,900 workers in NJ as online shopping booms

Video thumbnail: NJTV News COVID-19 spread a bigger challenge as schools reopen

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COVID-19 spread a bigger challenge as schools reopen

NJ's population of 19 to 24 year olds now has the highest percent positivity in the state.

COVID-19 spread a bigger challenge as schools reopen