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Child COVID hospitalizations are rising amid Omicron surge in New Jersey
A vacant home sits in the suburbs of Newark, New Jersey, becoming property of the city itself.
NJ renters who missed application deadline for state aid find ray of hope with city funding
A man repairs a light on a beam behind an American flag that hangs over the factory floor. The factory is based in Paterson, New Jersey, and is manned primarily by immigrant workers.
Gov. Murphy: ‘I will reduce the economic inequalities in the state’
Photos by Julian Rigg.
Rent relief: What Pakistanis in New Jersey need to know about the eviction moratorium
A vacant home in deteriorating condition sits in the suburbs of Newark, New Jersey. The home has become property of the city, along with the home right next door.
As NJ eviction moratorium draws to an end, advocate says state rental aid applications remain ‘surprisingly low’
A vacated home in the northern part of Paterson, a city of nearly 150,000 in Passaic County, New Jersey.
NJ renters have until Dec. 15 to apply for rental aid program as state’s eviction moratorium sunsets
María Sudario, an immigrant of Peruvian origin whose small business “Dulcemente Peruano”, lost income due to Covid-19.
COVID-19 thrusts NJ Latino undocumented immigrants into uncertainty
Korean Community Services says that cases of depression and anxiety are up among Koreans in the NJ area since the pandemic started in March 2020. (Photo: Phillip Soongyun Han.)
As pandemic eases, mental health issues on the rise among Koreans in New Jersey
A view of the departures hall at Chopin Airport amid the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in Warsaw, Poland, 29 May 2020. Poland will restart passenger air connections in three stages. Domestic flights will be resumed on 01 June, European ones will come next while intercontinental flights will be the last but only to such destinations where the coronavirus epidemic is under control. EPA-EFE/Mateusz Marek POLAND OUT
For NJ Polish Americans, reunions are finally in sight as U.S. lifts travel ban on European citizens