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Timeless Perfection: Local Artist Creates Cover for TIME’s 100 Women of the Year Issue

To bring this project to fruition, TIME commissioned 49 leading artists from across the globe to create portraits of the women selected to be on the cover. Some of the women who graced the cover have been: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Wangari Maathai, and Princess Diana, to name a few.

Ask An Expert: What Questions Do You Have About the CARES Act?

SNJ Today will be speaking with an expert next week to discuss the CARES Act and what it means for New Jersey businesses and individuals -- and we want to know what questions YOU have before we speak with him.

What’s Good – Kings Things

Now Kings Things is relying on donations to continue their mission of helping the needy. Some people have been kind enough to use Amazon to ship food to them so they can hand it out -- and one seven-year-old boy used his birthday to raise over $1,000 for the Kings Things food pantry.

Student Story: With Loss Of High School Spring Sports Season, Optimism And Hope Stay With Athletes And Coaches

As the world continues to grapple with this global pandemic; the community of students and staff at Gateway Regional High School have taken a more aggressive approach to address the issue and view the “bigger picture.”

Atlantic County Officials Prepare For COVID-19 Closure Impacts On Businesses

Atlantic County is preparing to assist the many local businesses that will be severely impacted by the mandated, long-term closures necessary to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Take-Out is In-Season

Local restaurant owners are giving it the old college try, attempting to adapt to the new normal we’re all living in due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.