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.
September 11 ceremonies in New Jersey for 2020
Commemorating 9/11 this year still is being done in-person in some locations, while a couple are streaming ceremonies due to COVID-19.
NJ schools take on fall 2020 sports: Who’s playing, who’s not
Even among New Jersey school districts off to an all remote start, a majority of student athletes are hitting the athletic fields this fall.
New Jersey college is cutting tuition by $10K — but not for current students
The school has announced undergraduate tuition has been reduced to $35,000 for new students, starting next fall.
Utilities can shut service starting Oct. 15. How to get help before then
Customers can contact their electric, gas and water providers about deferred payment plans, before service shutoffs resume in October.
Comic to Montclair schools district: How is my video ‘offensive?’
A school principal in NJ has been removed over a comedian's video played during a staff Zoom session. The comic, who is Black, wants to know why his race was made an issue.
NJ boat parade backing Trump re-election includes Rep. Chris Smith
The Barnegat Bay event was billed in separate places as one to support President Trump's campaign, as well as law enforcement and veterans.
NJ police family mourns son killed in off-duty motorcycle crash
The 23-year-old off-duty officer, Nicklas Shimonovich, joined his parents 2 years ago in working for the Lakewood Police Department.
‘I’d do it again,’ says NJ diner owner who reopened ahead of state
The owner of Ocean County's Lakeside Diner said small businesses are hurting, and he hopes restaurants make some money their first weekend back "inside."
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.