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  1. What to Know About N.Y.’s Traveler Restrictions Metro, Yesterday

    The state is trying to track visitors from 19 states, who now must fill out a form with their travel plans. Enforcing quarantine will still be tricky.

  2. Louis Colavecchio, Master Counterfeiter of Slot Machine Coins, Dies at 78 Express, July 13

    Mr. Colavecchio, a former jewelry maker whose nickname was “The Coin,” crafted fakes so good that even officials had a hard time telling his coins from legitimate ones under a microscope.

  3. Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million Real Estate, July 13

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  4. Live Music Returns to the Shore: ‘It’s Like Getting Your Life Back’ Metro, July 12

    With the music venues of the Jersey Shore shut because of the coronavirus, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes staged a drive-in concert.

  5. Homes That Sold for Around $1.25 Million Real Estate, July 12

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  6. Could This City Hold the Key to the Future of Policing in America? Metro, July 12

    As protesters across the country call for police departments to be defunded and dismantled, Camden’s experience offers some lessons.

  7. By Praising Trump, Goya President Angers His Core Latino Market Dining, July 10

    Robert Unanue said the country was “blessed” to have the president’s leadership. Now, amid calls for a boycott, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the U.S. is facing dismay from chefs and home cooks.

  8. Tropical Storm Fay Brings Heavy Rain and Flash Floods to New Jersey Video, July 10

    Tropical Storm Fay is moving up the East Coast, and is expected to dump several inches of rain in parts of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions.

  9. Newark Artists, Thriving Amid Crisis and Catharsis Arts & Leisure, July 10

    Laid low by the coronavirus crisis, the city’s artists were then raised on the energy of protests. They have been on the front lines all the while.

  10. Left Behind as the World Reopens Real Estate, July 10

    As stay-at-home orders are relaxed and others venture back out, people with pre-existing conditions see even greater risk from the coronavirus.

  11. Left Behind as the World Reopens Real Estate, July 10

    As stay-at-home orders are relaxed and others venture back out, people with pre-existing conditions see even greater risk from the coronavirus.

  12. A Political Title ‘Born From Racism’ Will Be Eliminated Metro, July 10

    New Jersey will replace “freeholder,” the 18th-century designation for county lawmakers, with the word “commissioner.”

  13. Local Finances Are Troubled, but Fund Investors May Still Profit Sunday Business, July 10

    High-grade municipal bond portfolios have been among the best places to find income.

  14. A Flood Dragged Her Into a ¾-Mile Tunnel. She Survived. Metro, July 9

    “I’m going to die here, I don’t want to keep trying,” recalled Nathalia Bruno, a food deliverer in New Jersey. “But then I saw a flash of light.”

  15. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, July 9

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Garden City, N.Y., and a seven-bedroom in Old Tappan, N.J.

  16. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, July 9

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Garden City, N.Y., and a seven-bedroom in Old Tappan, N.J.

  17. Personal Finance Lessons From the Pandemic Sunday Business, July 9

    Our writer entered the pandemic believing he was in good shape financially. Now, he says, he has a lot more to do.

  18. ‘Class Action Park’ Documentary Coming to HBO Max Culture, July 8

    The movie looks back on a water park in Vernon, N.J., that became notorious for injuries and even deaths after it opened in 1978.

  19. Island Heights, N.J.: A ‘Magical Place’ That’s a Step Out of Time Real Estate, July 8

    Founded in the 19th century as a Methodist camp meeting site, this Ocean County borough retains an old-fashioned feeling, even as newcomers move in.

  20. Election Day in Paradise (New Jersey) Politics, July 7

    Today’s primaries are the perfect excuse to check in on our newsletter writer’s favorite state.

  21. A Kennedy Wins N.J. Primary to Take on Trump Loyalist Metro, July 7

    Amy Kennedy, a former teacher, is married to Patrick Kennedy, a retired congressman. She will face Representative Jeff Van Drew, who quit the Democratic Party and is backed by President Trump.

  22. New Jersey U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, July 7

  23. New Jersey Primary Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  24. New Jersey Democratic Primary Election Results: Sixth Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  25. New Jersey Primary Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  26. New Jersey Primary Election Results: Ninth Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  27. New Jersey Primary Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  28. New Jersey Primary Election Results: Eighth Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  29. New Jersey Primary Election Results: Fifth Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  30. New Jersey Primary Election Results: Seventh Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  31. New Jersey Primary Election Results: 12th Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  32. New Jersey Presidential Democratic Primary Election Results Interactive, July 7

  33. New Jersey Primary Election Results: 10th Congressional District Interactive, July 7

  34. Live: New Jersey State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, July 7

    Detailed results and maps from the New Jersey primary election.

  35. Live Analysis: New Jersey and Delaware Election Results Interactive, July 7

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

  36. Living In ... Island Heights, N.J. Slideshow, July 7

    Founded in the 19th century as a Methodist camp meeting site, this Ocean County borough retains an old-fashioned feeling, even as newcomers move in.

  37. New Jersey and Delaware Primary Elections: What to Watch For Politics, July 7

    Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s home state is holding a presidential primary, and New Jersey has a full slate of congressional primaries on tap in an election that will be held mostly by mail.

  38. Meet the Gleaners, Combing Farm Fields to Feed the Newly Hungry Dining, July 6

    An age-old tradition suddenly has fresh urgency in the pandemic, delivering surplus produce to Americans who can’t feed their families.

  39. A Kennedy and a Professor Compete to Run Against a Trump Backer Metro, July 6

    Stakes are high in the Democratic primary for a New Jersey congressional seat: The winner will face a candidate who defected from the party to support Trump.

  40. Homes That Sold for Around $500,000 or Less Real Estate, July 5

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  41. How You Get Your Berries: Migrant Workers Who Fear Virus, but Toil On Metro, July 5

    Many laborers in New Jersey follow the ripening of crops up the East Coast. Each influx of new workers brings the risk of a fresh outbreak.

  42. Bettors Gamble With Their Money, and the Virus, as Atlantic City Reopens Metro, July 3

    Masks were mandatory on the sprawling casino floors, and food, drinks and smoking were forbidden. But gamblers showed up.

  43. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, July 2

    This week’s properties include a three-bedroom in White Plains, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Fairfield, Conn.

  44. Buried in N.J.’s Budget Cuts: a Break for a Billionaire Metro, July 2

    A stopgap budget with $4 billion in cuts also includes an opening for private development in state parks, like a long-desired expansion of a golf course into Liberty State Park.

  45. El coronavirus arrasa con una familia de Nueva Jersey en Español, June 30

    La matriarca de una familia italoestadounidense falleció sin siquiera enterarse de que sus dos hijos mayores habían muerto antes que ella.

  46. La familia que perdió cinco integrantes a causa del coronavirus quiere que sepas esto en Español, June 30

    Todos murieron de la COVID-19: la matriarca de la familia, de 73 años, su hermana y tres de sus 11 hijos. Los sobrevivientes están decididos a encontrar un remedio.

  47. What a Family That Lost 5 to the Virus Wants You to Know Metro, June 30

    The family’s 73-year-old matriarch, three of her 11 children and her sister all died of Covid-19. Her survivors are focused on finding a remedy.

  48. Rethinking Indoor Dining in N.Y.C. Metro, June 30

    The start of indoor service was postponed in New Jersey, and Governor Cuomo said it could be delayed in the city, too.

  49. Alarmed by Sun Belt Spike, N.Y. and N.J. Reconsider Pace of Reopening Metro, June 29

    The New Jersey governor postponed plans to allow indoor dining this week, and New York officials are considering a similar pause.

  50. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, June 28

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  51. The Lost Spring Sports, June 28

    For many young athletes, senior night is the last act of the last season of their high school careers, and their days as competitive athletes. But how do you celebrate after the coronavirus rewrites the story?

  52. Princeton Will Remove Woodrow Wilson’s Name From School Express, June 27

    University trustees concluded that Wilson’s “racist thinking and policies make him an inappropriate namesake for a school or college,” Princeton’s president said on Saturday.

  53. N.Y. Will Impose Quarantine on Visitors From States With Big Outbreaks Metro, June 24

    New Jersey and Connecticut will also require visitors to quarantine for two weeks. The rule reflects a stark shift in the course of the outbreak.

  54. 9 Departments and Multiple Infractions for One New Jersey Police Officer Investigative, June 24

    With no licenses that can be revoked and no database tracking their misconduct, officers in New Jersey are able to jump from agency to agency, even after they are fired.

  55. Why Some State Universities Are Seeing an Influx National, June 22

    The pandemic is giving a new competitive edge to states that have long seen their top students lured away by elite schools.

  56. Monmouth University to Remove Woodrow Wilson’s Name From Building Express, June 21

    “Wilson was a controversial politician, and I think it has heightened awareness in 2020 about some of his racist policies,” said the president of the university, which is in New Jersey.

  57. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, June 21

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  58. What Is Next for the Class of 2020? Op Ed, June 18

    We have seen our share of crisis, and we are ready to make things better.

  59. How a Raise for Workers Can Be a Win for Everybody Sunday Business, June 18

    Higher pay for employees has improved service and productivity in department stores and nursing homes. These findings have direct implications for the current pandemic, an economist says.

  60. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, June 18

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Thornwood, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Jersey City, N.J.

  61. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, June 18

    This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Thornwood, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Jersey City, N.J.

  62. A Manhattan Couple Heads for the Jersey Suburbs. Which Home Would You Choose? Interactive, June 4

    Tired of their fifth-floor Manhattan walk-up, two newlyweds explore Bloomfield, N.J., for a house where they could start a family. Here’s where they wound up.

  63. For Families Already Stretched to the Limit, the Pandemic Is a Disaster Interactive, May 26

    The Sydnor-Joneses had finally moved into an actual home by scrimping and saving. But the pandemic has stymied their resourcefulness.

  64. She Traded a Six-Bedroom House for a Rental Apartment. Which of These Options Would You Choose? Interactive, April 23

    After selling her longtime home in New Jersey, Asa Miraglia went looking for something more low-maintenance. Here’s where she wound up.

  65. New Jersey Coronavirus Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  66. School Closings Over Coronavirus in New York and New Jersey Interactive, March 9

    Here is a growing list of public and private schools, as well as colleges and universities, that have suspended or altered classes in the local effort to curb the outbreak.