North Jersey Public Schools Lack Snow Days After New Storm

By Jhoana T. Merino-Martinez

News Editor

Public schools seem to be running out of traditional snow days when another snow storm blew over New Jersey overnight to this morning, with some opting for remote learning instead, reports

Around six inches of snow is expected in the northern region of New Jersey, according to the National Weather Service. 

Public schools already opened for hybrid instruction have either closed today or switched to remote learning for the day, reports

In an FDU Weather alert sent out, the university’s operations will be fully remote during the inclement weather.

In other news, prosecutors on the case of a man who was stabbed outside of the Bergen Town Center now say that he died from his injuries, reports

The crime occurred on Tuesday night where the man was stabbed multiple times in the parking lot of the shopping complex. The victim died later in the Hackensack University Medical Center, continues. 

The motivation for the crime has yet to be found. The authorities also did not release information regarding the victim or the suspects.  

COVID-19 Numbers

There were 4,109 new positive COVID-19 cases in New Jersey bringing the total up to 755,000 positive cases in New Jersey with 377 new cases in Bergen County. 

Thurs. 2/18/2021Wed. 2/17/21
New Jersey755,000751,000
Bergen County73,45473,077

*Numbers according to Google Statistics.

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