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.
South Jersey kayakers rescued thanks to waterproof phone case
State Police responded to the men treading water in the Maurice River on Memorial Day.
NJ’s Gaten Matarrazo of ‘Stranger Things’ at the Shore for prom
The 16-year-old actor shared a photo strolling on the Ocean City boardwalk with his junior prom date and their friends.
Police rescue 20 dogs — 5 critical — from NJ woman’s home
One of the sickest dogs died after being taken from the Shamong Township home, police said. Marissa Corbett faces 60 counts of animal cruelty.
Car ‘parked’ on top of another car at NJ shopping center
Two cars in one spot — vertically. The rare scene was caught in Bergen County by a local resident at an shopping center.
Organic Nut Butters Sold in NJ Recalled Over Listeria Risk
Several types of almond, cashew and sesame seed nut butters sold at ShopRite stores have been recalled, amid a listeria scare. No illnesses have been reported.
Feds crack down on Chicken or the Egg for $770K wage ripoff
The popular LBI restaurant has been ordered by federal labor officials to pay staffers for overtime owed. A few hired on temp work visas also were underpaid.
Fired for being pregnant: Investigators say it happened in NJ
A South Jersey healthcare facility violated state discrimination law, officials say, when a new employee was sent home after sharing she was pregnant.
Massage Envy Clients at 4 NJ Locations Sue Over Sex Assault
A lawsuit outlines claims by five women against male massage therapists accused of sexual assault and molestation.
NJ cops failed random drug tests at much lower rate than public
New Jersey has required department to conduct random drug testing for nearly a year.
FaceTiming while driving is legal in NJ — but for how long?
An assemblyman wants to close a loophole that allows drivers to use video phones.
Elephant Statue at Shuttered NJ Mall Needs a Big Ride to New Home
A one-ton bronze statue became a hidden treasure when a Burlington mall closed. The elephant fountain by a famed sculptor is gaining donations toward a new home.
Stressed, suicidal cops in NJ can call for help — confidentially
Since Cop-2-Cop began, the suicide prevention & counseling hotline has fielded over 80,000 calls.