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.
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.
NJ schools going all remote for fall, sparking parent protests
With weeks left before the new school year, families are frustrated with a quick about-face from in-person instruction amid the pandemic.
‘Facts do evolve,’ Murphy tells school leaders preparing for fall
Some school superintendents are voicing frustration with what they call a lack of state guidance on a safe return to classrooms as New Jersey remains stalled in Phase 2 of its pandemic reopening.
Where to get a COVID-19 spit test with results in 2 days
A few NJ counties also have their own agreements, to offer on-site or even at-home saliva testing for coronavirus.
At Belmar beach, 8-year-old pulled from 8-foot sand hole collapse
Police said lifeguards and other first responders dug to get the boy out Saturday afternoon.
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.
Stop & Shop joins grocery stores ending ‘hero’ pay for workers
Four months into the pandemic, bonus pay for essential workers still facing COVID-19 already has been ended by some stores.
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.
No, Gov. Murphy’s daughter isn’t having an indoor wedding in NJ
A Morris County wedding venue issued a statement, denying the internet rumor about a fake indoor reception for the college student.