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 proposes religious exemptions for school lessons
LGBTQ curriculum is included in the measure's religious or moral grounds for pulling kids out of class or getting school vouchers.
Trump reacts after former chief of staff calls White House gig ‘a killer’
At a Drew University forum in Morristown, Kelly spoke out against several actions by President Donald Trump.
NJ man died after nursing home sent him on 3-hour Uber ride, widow says
A federal lawsuit said the facility never should have discharged him without telling the Toms River man's family, first.
Mahwah group that recalled ex-mayor wants new one to resign for getting drunk
Mahwah "still can do better," according to the committee that pushed for the successful recall of the previous mayor.
Trump admin sues NJ: What the Immigrant Trust Directive allows cops to do
Amid a new lawsuit from the Trump administration, here's what is permitted/ banned under the law enforcement directive.
NJ school’s attempt to reward perfect attendance rankles parents
Following the first "atten-Dance," a Mercer County elementary school cancelled future events after some families complained.
Sports car pulled from NJ river, month after owner’s body found
The Dodge Challenger Hellcat was found in the same town as the remains of its owner, Quanyaves Lindsay of Egg Harbor City.
Locking up guns in NJ — not the law, but the ‘right thing to do’
A longtime firearm safety instructor says owning guns is not for everyone, but education about handling is a necessity.
NJ grad students will protest John Kelly over ‘abhorrent actions’
Some Drew University theology students say the ex-White House Chief of Staff's actions are at odds with the school mission.
Trump administration sues NJ to make it cooperate with ICE
NJ's U.S.attorney says the lawsuit is to restore "balance," while the state Attorney General calls it an "election-year stunt."