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  1. Turtle Back Zoo Welcomes Endangered Leopard Cub Nadya

    Turtle Back Zoo Welcomes Endangered Leopard Cub Nadya

    No, this isn't "Tiger King," -- it's better.The Turtle Back Zoo in West Orange welcome a female Amur leopard cub Nadya on Friday, March 13, to mom Annika and dad Valeri. Her name means "filled with hope" in Russian."Nadya’s birth has great importance since her species is classified as critically endangered," according to the zoo, noting that there are estimated to be about 84 Amur ...

  2. Bloomfield ShopRite Rolls Out One-Way Aisles

    Bloomfield ShopRite Rolls Out One-Way Aisles

    ShopRite of Bloomfield is going with the flow when it comes to social distancing protocols.The grocer on Sunday debuted its one-way aisles to improve traffic flow amid the spread of coronavirus."We are committed during this pandemic to create the safest, most efficient shopping experience possible for the protection and well-being of our customers and associates," the grocery store ...

  3. North Plainfield Man, 33, Fatally Struck Crossing Route 22

    North Plainfield Man, 33, Fatally Struck Crossing Route 22

    A 33-year-old North Plainfield man was fatally struck while crossing Route 22, authorities said.Franklin Caiza was walking across the highway at West End Avenue southbound when he was hit by an eastbound vehicle around 9:55 p.m. Saturday, North Plainfield Police Chief William Parenti said.The vehicle was being operated by a 54-year-old Elizabeth man, police said.The North ...

  4. NJ's Largest Health Care System Treating 1,400 Coronavirus Patients Desperate For PPE, Staff

    NJ's Largest Health Care System Treating 1,400 Coronavirus Patients Desperate For PPE, Staff

    Hackensack Meridian Health is in dire need of PPE and staff -- and things are going to get worse, CEO Robert Garrett said in an interview with FOX News. With more than 400 frontline caregivers out on quarantine, HMH is "starting at a deficit," Garrett said in preparing for the surge of COVID-19 cases in three to six weeks.There were more than 11,100 known coronavirus cases in ...

  5. 'Healthy, Strong' Newark Airport Worker Dies Of Coronavirus, Coworker Says

    'Healthy, Strong' Newark Airport Worker Dies Of Coronavirus, Coworker Says

    A United Airlines employee who worked at Newark airport died of coronavirus despite being healthy and strong, his coworker says.Carlos Consuegra, 52, of Union City, worked as a ramp service employee in Terminal B and died Tuesday of the virus.Marco A. Alva, Sr., who worked in Terminal C, told NJ.com that Consuegra looked healthy until March 17 -- when he fell asleep on a company ...

  6. Montclair Mourns 'Flemtones' Drummer Orlando Staton Who Died Of Coronavirus, 61

    Montclair Mourns 'Flemtones' Drummer Orlando Staton Who Died Of Coronavirus, 61

    "The Fabulous Flemtones" have owned the stage at  at Tierney's Tavern in Montclair every last Friday of the month for the last 34 years.This Friday was entirely different.Not only was the Valley Road pub completely empty over coronavirus fears, but The Flemtones were grieving their beloved drummer Orlando Staton, who died March 20 of coronavirus.A Bloomfield resident and Comcast ...

  7. Bon Jovi Suspects Teen Son Is Infected, Seeks Fans' Help Completing Coronavirus Song

    Bon Jovi Suspects Teen Son Is Infected, Seeks Fans' Help Completing Coronavirus Song

    Thinking his teen son might have coronavirus, Jon Bon Jovi is writing a song about the pandemic -- and asking fans to help.The 58-year-old Jersey rock star suspects 17-year-old Penngington High School senior Jacob Bongiovi has the virus, although though the teen hasn't been tested.The entire family's been in self-quarantine for nearly two weeks, he said."It stemmed from some of the ...

  8. COVID-19 Cases Rise To 11,124 In NJ, $146M Set Aside For Hospitals, PPE Shipment Arrives

    COVID-19 Cases Rise To 11,124 In NJ, $146M Set Aside For Hospitals, PPE Shipment Arrives

    The number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey had risen to 11,124 with 140 known deaths as of Saturday, Gov. Phil Murphy announced."We are now into five digits, as we predicted — at the pace we expected," he said."If that isn’t reason to continue your social distancing, please take this one to heart. This is not a game... It is critical for you to stay home."Hospitals in the state ...

  9. Bergen County Hospital Physician: 'I Intubated Young, Healthy ER Doc, Here's What I Learned'

    Bergen County Hospital Physician: 'I Intubated Young, Healthy ER Doc, Here's What I Learned'

    A doctor at a Bergen County hospital is sharing advice for other healthcare workers and the general public after he said he intubated a young and healthy colleague amid the coronavirus pandemic.David Zodda, an emergency medicine physician, took to Twitter to share what he learned as medical workers across New Jersey -- and the globe -- work to keep up with the surge of coronavirus ...

  10. COVID-19 'Milestone': Respiratory Therapist Extubates First Patient In Two Weeks

    COVID-19 'Milestone': Respiratory Therapist Extubates First Patient In Two Weeks

    A photojournalist at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, New Jersey caught a respiratory therapist at just the right time.Jeff Rhode had minutes to spare while working his way from the 6th floor to the second, the ICU when he stumbled upon Brenda "taking a much-needed break" on Wednesday, March 25.The health care worker was on a phone call staring at the New York City skyline, ...

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