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.
Starving pit bull ‘Reese’ slowly recovering after NJ street rescue
The dog has gained a bit of weight and is shows signs of improvement since being found abandoned late last month.
NJ girl featured on boxes of Girl Scouts cookies in 2020
A third grade Brownie scout from Monmouth County can be seen playing soccer on boxes for one Girl Scout cookie variety this year.
Lost Hanukkah card with $180 cash found outside NJ restaurant
An effort formed on Twitter to find "Ben" after the discovery at a sushi place in Somerset County on Christmas.
7 last-minute holiday gifts for New Jersey residents 2019
Thought you were done buying presents, but realized you forgot someone? We have you covered!
Manager, dancer guilty of gang rape at NJ strip club
Another 2 defendants are convicted of sexually assaulting a drugged dancer, prosecutors said, in a 2012 attack that was taped.
NJ students in Philly meet Sylvester Stallone at ‘Rocky’ statue
High schoolers from Paterson on a trip were posing for photos when they encountered the "Rocky" icon himself.
NJ man admits to stabbing resident at Lakewood Municipal Building
Reginald Patillo also punched a police officer who responded to the February attack, prosecutors said.
Ice bumper cars back in NJ for 2019: Here are the details
Who can drive the bumper cars, how long is each session and where is this icy fun available? All the answers are right here.
Aldi: Berries in NJ Stores Don’t Pose Hepatitis A Risk
The popular grocery store chain said products were pulled from a "handful of states" amid the frozen food company's recall.
NJ animal sanctuary has black cat hit with blow dart on Halloween
X-rays show "Felix" has had a rough life, previously having been shot by a BB gun and possibly hit by a vehicle, volunteers said.
Make School Lunches Free to Stop Shaming Kids, NJ Youth Group Says
After Cherry Hill's policy grabbed headlines, a non-profit found there's plenty of other spots in NJ with similar lunch debt policies.
Cape May County sheriff sues NJ over immigration ‘interference’
The federal lawsuit is the second to challenge the state-issued directive as unconstitutional.