This year was filled with bad news but there were plenty of silver linings, like having more family time and learning to appreciate the simple joys that fill our days. We also learned to use virtual tools in new ways to stay connected with family and friends. Here are the most-read stories on njfamily.com for 2020:
In the early days of the pandemic, there was a lot of conflicting information about how COVID was transmitted on surfaces and how best to stay safe.
In mid-March, we thought schools would be closed for a few weeks, or maybe months…
This was another effort by NJ to keep people safe in public spaces, and one that is still in effect.
Remember when finding hand sanitizer was like striking gold?
Because we all need some pretty lights to look at, and these neighborhoods and towns go ALL out.
Outdoor adventures are always a fave, and this easy walk is magical for all ages.
While we struggled (and still struggle) to keep the kids amused while at home, these museums, theaters and celebrities found new virtual ways to keep everyone entertained.
This was one of our favorite virtual adventures of the year.
Black Lives Matter protesters throughout NJ spoke out against police brutality and systemic racism.
Where did your school fall on the list?