Proud Jersey Girl Erin Vogt’s first reporting gig involved her Fisher Price tape recorder. As a wife and momma of two kiddies, she firmly believes that life’s too short to drink bad coffee. A fan of the beach, Dave Grohl and karma, in no particular order.
These NJ mall Santas will be behind plexiglass or Zooming in 2020
The company that owns three South Jersey malls announced touch-less plans for visits with Santa this year, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Murphy says no COVID-19 outbreak linked to Trump event in NJ
Just shy of two weeks later, the governor said there's no reported outbreak stemming from the President's Bedminster event, hours before Trump tested positive for coronavirus.
Wawa worker slapped by NY woman over mask rule, NJ cops say
The 23-year-old woman entered the store in North Jersey with no mask, then used her jacket for a bit before lowering it, police said.
NJ colleges see dozens of COVID-19 cases, majority off campus
Rowan University notably leads the pack of colleges and universities in New Jersey that have positive cases among students this fall.
NJ school district doubles pay for teacher subs during pandemic
The South Jersey district reopens on a hybrid schedule, as the local teacher's union has voiced concerns for staff safety.
2020 Election: How to vote and make it count this year in NJ
With a shift to mainly mail in voting this fall, New Jersey residents have lots of questions — here's all the answers we found.
Prosecutor defends cop punching man repeatedly in Wildwood
Use of force was warranted, the Cape May County Prosecutor said in a video release Monday.
NJ nursing homes missed cases of neglect and abuse, audit finds
A federal review of 2016 hospital claims showed facilities need to do a better job of reporting potential cases of neglect, a new reported said.
Don’t use these hand sanitizers: Another round of recalls
Three more brands sold in some New Jersey stores are being recalled over the potential for a hazardous ingredient, not labeled.
Bacteria was hazardous at 73 NJ beaches in 2019, new report says
More than 70 beaches were "potentially unsafe" for swimming at least once last year at the Jersey Shore and more often on the bay.
Fees, classes, masks: What to expect this fall at NJ colleges and universities
Hybrid classes and no returning to campus after Thanksgiving are popular among these 10 schools, while at least one has cut fees for students.
NJ closer to banning animal abusers from owning, working with pets
Moose's Law, named for a South Jersey dog who died after being mistreated in 2012, could pass this year.