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.
Campaign tells NJ supporters: Stop calling them ‘Trump rallies’
The group NJ4Trump reportedly received a cease-and-desist letter saying their events can't use the name of the president, as it's too confusing for supporters.
Ballot drop boxes in NJ for the 2020 Election: A complete list
There are well over 300 secure drop boxes statewide, as one of four methods for returning a mail-in ballot for the Nov. 3rd election.
Boss got COVID-19: NJ man says he was fired after asking for sanitized office
The longtime employee of a Middlesex County business says he was let go after questioning a cleaning plan after the boss contracted coronavirus.
ACLU lawsuit: Displaced NJ voters should be able to print ballots
The lawsuit seeks a court order for some impacted by the pandemic to use the same method as voters either overseas, in the military or with disabilities.
Murphy says no COVID-19 outbreak linked to Trump event in NJ
Just shy of two weeks later, the governor said there's no reported outbreak stemming from the President's Bedminster event, hours before Trump tested positive for coronavirus.
Morristown cops call night duties retaliation for drop in tickets
The police union for Morristown says that officers were put on nighttime foot patrol as payback for not writing tickets. The acting police chief says that's untrue.
Some jobless NJ residents will get more pandemic checks this fall
New Jersey is processing the Lost Wage Assistance through FEMA, of $300 a week for up to 6 weeks. The money will arrive in a lump sum in October.
Before NJ gets to vote, these towns already said ‘NO’ to legal marijuana
As voters weigh in this fall on legalizing recreational pot in the Garden State, local marijuana bans tip the scales near 70. Here's a full list.
Law would make spitting in cop’s food an aggravated assault
The legislation to protect law enforcement while ordering food or drink was inspired by a summer incident at a North Jersey Starbucks.
Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples’ Day: What NJ towns celebrate
A proposed measure to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day statewide was quickly withdrawn this Fall.