Erin Vogt’s first reporting gig involved her Fisher Price tape recorder. As a wife and momma of two kiddos, 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.
NJ school board said ‘no’ to BLM shirts but players found way to support
A Manchester High School basketball star and teammates wore Black Lives Matter hoodies to their season opener, after the school board passed on uniforms with the message.
NJ hospital gave vaccine to wealthy donors, ineligible relatives in December
Weeks before the state began opening eligibility to the general public, a hospital in Hunterdon County was handing out the coveted COVID-19 vaccine to deep-pocketed donors and the relatives of its executives.
NJ store sells $23 million Powerball ticket, plus $1M runner-up
The same North Jersey convenience store sold a ticket that won Saturday's jackpot, as well as a ticket worth a million dollars, lottery officials said.
The SAT is dropping essay option, subject tests for HS students
Losing the choice of a timed writing sample after the standardized prep test will be met with relief by some,and frustration by others, an NJ educational expert said.
NJ extends COVID-19 vaccine priority to police and firefighters
First responders now join health care personnel as the first in New Jersey to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the governor announced.
As COVID rises, NJ stores are again stocking up toilet paper, wipes
After scarce toilet paper and disinfecting sprays in the Spring, a grocery chain in NJ says it's worked incredibly hard "to make sure we don’t find ourselves in a similar situation," again.
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.
American Dream welcomes back NJ visitors with indoor water park
After being benched for months along with other retail and entertainment venues due to COVID-19, the massive complex in North Jersey has reopened.
NJ lawmaker: Ban price gouging for weddings delayed by COVID-19
Monmouth County Senator Vin Gopal said he's heard from families who've been given a "take it or leave" approach to rescheduling, as well as caterers who say it's not true.
Police: overnight shooting leaves 2 dead, 6 hurt in New Brunswick
The shooting happened near Rutgers University, but did not appear to have any affiliation with the school or students, police said.