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.
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.
Here’s what NJ high school graduations look like during COVID-19
Some classes wrapped up with virtual events, while other districts are finally holding in-person celebrations that kick off July 6.
What’s reopening in NJ and when? All the dates and limits
Religious services have no limit outdoors, while inside still has a capacity. Haircuts, nails and tattoos are all on the same schedule.
They left NJ to study — Now colleges trying to get them to come back
Public colleges make a case to the 120,000 New Jersey residents who attend school out-of-state to return amid the pandemic.
Murphy’s order only delays evictions due to COVID-19, renters say
The NJ Tenants Organization says rent needs to be canceled and landlords need help too, during the coronavirus pandemic.
New limit on shoppers inside NJ grocery stores to slow COVID-19
Some ShopRites have a temporary new cap on shopper capacity. Meanwhile, an Instacart strike over worker rights could add to the chaos.
‘Everything changed’ as NJ schools, parents face remote learning
Woodbridge Schools Superintendent called the statewide efforts "astronomical." Parents have offered support to schools, mixed with anxiety over longterm impact.
NJ schools to close, COVID-19 shakes up ‘business as usual': Gov
Governor Murphy said schools would close, among other more aggressive efforts to get the public to understand the threat of COVID-19.
Finger scan tech being used to pay for lunches in NJ schools
The president and CEO of identiMetrics says they've had school customers since 2008.