Hannan Adely, North Jersey News

Hannan Adely

North Jersey News

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Recent articles by Hannan:

Medical student reunited with family in Jersey City after 486 days in Egyptian jail

Mohamed Amashah, of Jersey City, was arrested at a protest in Cairo in March 2019. Then, he became a political prisoner. → Read More

'I won't stop fighting': Ridgewood protester recounts arrest at racial justice march

In Ridgewood, protesters say police overreacted when they arrested a woman who stepped off the sidewalk. → Read More

No one injured in Englewood fire that damaged two-story home

A fire ignited on the exterior wall next to a garbage can and spent firework casings, authorities said. → Read More

NJ appoints interim chief to lead schools as coronavirus, remote learning challenges loom

Kevin Dehmer faces a myriad of challenges as 600 districts must decide how to safely reopen in the fall amid fears of a coronavirus resurgence. → Read More

'We need to pursue systematic change': Palestinian Americans in NJ brace for annexation

At a flag-raising in Paterson, Palestinian Americans decry Israeli annexation plan and draw parallels with struggle for racial justice at home. → Read More

'Thank you for a wonderful 28 years.' New Heritage Diner in Hackensack closes its doors

For 28 years, the New Heritage Diner in Hackensack was a destination for families, city workers, courthouse lawyers and reporters. → Read More

NJ schools blast state for late guidance on summer sessions for special needs students

Most schools said they will stick with remote learning this summer, after getting "insufficient" guidance to plan for health and safety needs. → Read More

'A joyous day.' Churches reopen after months of coronavirus shutdown

No shaking hands, no singing, staying six feet apart. Churches reopen Sunday with health precautions in place. → Read More

Protests continue Sunday against police violence and racism in North Jersey. Here's a list

Here's a roundup of protests in North Jersey on Sunday. → Read More

'Day of Outrage': NJ mosques will preach against racism, police brutality on Friday

More than 60 groups, about half of them mosques, signed a pledge to fight bigotry and promote black voices in their own communities . → Read More

'We need structural change:' NJ leaders demand reform after death of George Floyd

New Jersey leaders say the death of a black man in Minnesota is a reminder of the painful history of police brutality in their own state. → Read More

Despite coronavirus, New Jersey schools are now planning in-person graduations in 2020

New Jersey schools are backpedaling on coronavirus plans after Gov. Phil Murphy said the state will allow in-person graduations. → Read More

Can't go to mosque during Ramadan? These families are making 'mini-mosques' at home

Families in the region who can't gather as usual are replicating the experience by creating bright and colorful prayer spaces in their houses. → Read More

'I thought we were going to die.' Muslim woman recounts SUV attack in Nutley

The driver allegedly rammed his vehicle into her car after shouting anti-Islam slurs. The woman said it's not the first time she's been targeted. → Read More

You can't have in-person graduation celebrations under NJ lockdown, but drive-bys are OK

Some of the alternatives districts have floated would still violate NJ's stay-at-home order, state police warned in a letter Saturday. → Read More

Palestinian community center in Clifton becomes hub for coronavirus relief

The Clifton center earned a shout-out from Gov. Murphy this week after donating thousands of supplies to first responders. → Read More

Montclair State braces for deep drop in enrollment, funding due to coronavirus fallout

Montclair State is planning for staff reductions, furloughs and reduced academic offerings as it prepares for the fall semester. → Read More

Prom, graduation, baseball: Families mourn milestones as NJ schools closed for the year

The news was expected, but still upsetting for students and parents who'll miss once-in-a-lifetime memories. → Read More

For Muslims, Ramadan is a time of charity. This year, their focus is coronavirus relief

Born from a tweet, the effort by several Muslim-led groups from New York and New Jersey are handing out hundreds of food packages each week. → Read More

Keep NJ schools closed through June, education groups urge Gov. Murphy

The state's leading education groups told Gov. Murphy they don't think they can fully address coronavirus safety concerns and still reopen this spring. → Read More