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  1. 'I'll Will This Outta Me': NJ Cancer Survivor Shares Moment He Knew He'd Beat Coronavirus, Too

    'I'll Will This Outta Me': NJ Cancer Survivor Shares Moment He Knew He'd Beat Coronavirus, Too

    A Bergen County breast cancer survivor says he knew the exact moment last month he was going to beat a severe case of coronavirus, too.There was never a time during John Mormando's 2018 cancer treatment he thought he was going to die. Coronavirus was different, he said."Chemotherapy and radiation were horrible and I was in pain," the 53-year-old commodities broker told Daily Voice ...

  2. 'RHONJ' Star Teresa Giudice Mourns Dad, 76

    'RHONJ' Star Teresa Giudice Mourns Dad, 76

    "Real Housewife of New Jersey" cast member Teresa Giudice is mourning the loss of her dad, Giacinto Gorga.He died Friday morning at 76 years old.Giudice, 47, remembered her dad in a series of Instagram posts as "the life of the party" and a fighter."I have so many amazing thoughts of you, every day seeing you in the kitchen at my home, teaching my girls to cook, my partner in crime ...

  3. WATCH: Hackensack Teachers Thrill Students With Parade

    WATCH: Hackensack Teachers Thrill Students With Parade

    Teachers from the Nellie K. Parker school honked and waved as they drove through the Hackensack neighborhood Friday morning, bringing school and smiles to their students and parents stuck at home.The teachers had streamers, balloons and signs with encouraging messages plastered all over their cars.Christopher Baldo -- whose kids are in Kindergarten and second grade at Nellie K. Parker ...

  4. #NJThanksYou: Murphy Honors Paramus Nurse, Lakewood Donor As NJ Heroes

    #NJThanksYou: Murphy Honors Paramus Nurse, Lakewood Donor As NJ Heroes

    A Paramus nurse and Lakewood donor were honored by Gov. Phil Murphy Friday in an effort to report good news in the midst of the New Jersey coronavirus outbreak. The governor on Thursday asked anyone with good news to share it on social media using the hashtag #NJThanksYou.Dozens of posts submitted on Twitter highlighted healthcare providers, police officers, residents ...

  5. NJ Coronavirus Cases Surge To 29,895, Murphy Orders Flags At Half-Mast For 646 Fatalities

    NJ Coronavirus Cases Surge To 29,895, Murphy Orders Flags At Half-Mast For 646 Fatalities

    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy reported 113 more coronavirus-related deaths and 4,372 new cases, bringing the statewide total to 29,895 Friday.The governor ordered flags lowered to half-staff in order to honor the 646  residents killed by the virus, including Paterson-born jazz great Bucky Pizzarelli, Teaneck humanitarian Janice Preschel and Caldwell ...

  6. Beloved Caldwell Middle School Principal James Brown Dies Of Coronavirus, 48

    Beloved Caldwell Middle School Principal James Brown Dies Of Coronavirus, 48

    Caldwell's Grover Cleveland Middle School principal James Brown died of coronavirus. He was 48 years old.Brown lived in Colonia with his wife, Sherry, and three children.Gov. Phil Murphy singled out Brown's death during his Friday coronavirus briefing, announcing a total of 29,895 cases statewide."God bless him,'' the governor said. "The accolades being posted in his memory by the ...

  7. COVID-19: Here's Where You Can Get Tested In North Jersey

    COVID-19: Here's Where You Can Get Tested In North Jersey

    As expected, the number of coronavirus cases has increased with the opening of testing sites across New Jersey.And that number is only going to increase, Gov. Phil Murphy said."As the testing regime expands, we’re going to see these numbers go up in a big way," he said. "We are getting a clearer and better sense of how far the coronavirus has already spread.”Here's a list of coronavirus ...

  8. COVID-19: Here's Where You Can Get Tested In North Jersey

    COVID-19: Here's Where You Can Get Tested In North Jersey

    As expected, the number of coronavirus cases has increased with the opening of testing sites across New Jersey.And that number is only going to increase, Gov. Phil Murphy said."As the testing regime expands, we’re going to see these numbers go up in a big way," he said. "We are getting a clearer and better sense of how far the coronavirus has already spread.”Here's a list of coronavirus ...

  9. Motorcycle Crash Closes Highway Ramp In Weehawken

    Motorcycle Crash Closes Highway Ramp In Weehawken

    A motorcycle crash closed a portion of Route 495 in Weehawken Thursday.The westbound Route 3 ramp was down to one lane for a crash investigation as of 6:50 p.m.This is a developing story. Check back for more.

  10. NJ Nurse Recovers From Coronavirus In Time For Hospital Wedding Anniversary

    NJ Nurse Recovers From Coronavirus In Time For Hospital Wedding Anniversary

    A Holy Name Medical Center nurse who made a full coronavirus recovery has returned to work in time to spend her upcoming wedding anniversary at the hospital with her husband, whom she met there 14 years ago.Hawthorne's Lori Van Bever was beginning the process of converting the hospital's pulmonary/respiratory unit into a 28-bed coronavirus unit when her symptoms began.The mom of ...

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