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 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.
NJ student athletes sidelined amid COVID-19 exposure
One student tested positive in Salem County, while a separate potential exposure led to workouts cancelled in Monmouth County.
Farm: Teens rode donkeys, let animals loose, left them ‘skittish’
Police and animal control officers are working to find all responsible teens after a weekend night incident in Bergen County.
Onion recall: Salmonella-linked produce sold in NJ
396 total illnesses have been reported to date, including 59 hospitalizations.
Donations raised for NJ woman hurt after ‘mask attack’ at store
Police continue to search for a woman involved in the incident, they say attacked a transplant patient who asked her to properly wear a mask.
Judge’s son killed: ‘Men’s rights’ attorney found dead, is suspected shooter
Federal authorities are at the scene in the NY Catskills, where a man's body was recovered the day after a deadly attack at Esther Salas' home.
Brick Police use ladder to rescue dog from scorching balcony
The surface of the third floor balcony was above 110 degrees, officers said.
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.
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.
NJ tent camping resumes Monday at these state parks, forest areas
The state DEP has announced a dozen areas where tent-style camping will reopen June 22, with another 2 to follow a week later.