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 prosecutors told to hold off on pot possession cases into 2021
Guidance from the state Attorney General does not apply to anyone accused of dealing pot, as laws on decriminalization and legalization of marijuana still are in the works in Trenton.
NJ charities frustrated they can’t run raffles online in pandemic — yet
A proposed law would update options for New Jersey's 12,000 charities struggling to raise money during COVID-19.
Paintball slammed right below teen’s eye: Police searching for assailants
One 15-year-old was injured after paintball shots were fired from a moving car outside Willowbrook Mall, Wayne Police said.
Black Friday in the pandemic: Hours, precautions at NJ malls for 2020
Despite the pandemic, New Jersey's malls are open for business and greeting shoppers this winter holiday season.
NJ sites to get Thanksgiving 2020 meals for those in need
Along with a number of places offering meals to-go during the pandemic, two diners in Monmouth County are offering free meals for walk-in visitors during the holiday.
Walmart, Target and many other NJ stores closing for Thanksgiving 2020
Target and Walmart are among the latest retail giants giving employees a day off for the holiday, in a year of stressful hours due to novel coronavirus.
NJ stores prep for Black Friday shopping during COVID pandemic
More retailers than ever are offering pickup options with less contact, while Walmart has split its Black Friday event into three parts.
Christie: Trump’s election challenges a ‘national embarrassment’
After President Trump's campaign lost another lawsuit in PA, Gov. Phil Murphy said on this one, he agreed with his predecessor.
Girl, 8, suffered most in Colts Neck family’s greed-fueled killing: Lawsuit
Paul Caneiro was accused of stealing more than $90,000 and was losing his $225,000 salary in a move by his brother the day before Keith Caneiro and his family were murdered, according to a new lawsuit.
Youth hockey in Murphy’s ‘crosshairs,’ but reps say teams play by the rules
New Jersey health officials say more than 120 youth hockey players have tested positive over the past month or so. League officials say protocols are being followed, at least in the rink.