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.
Woman at South Brunswick march hurt by running deer, police say
The deer ran into a crowd of protesters Friday, hitting 3 people. One suffered a serious head injury, police said.
After seeing governor at protest, lawmaker proposes Murphy’s Law
Since Governor Murphy defied his own executive orders with a large crowd Sunday, Assemblyman Webber says no other citations should stick.
What’s reopening in NJ and when? All the dates and limits
Religious services have no limit outdoors, while inside still has a capacity. Haircuts, nails and tattoos are all on the same schedule.
NJ cop — 31 and on his 9th job — charged with unprovoked attack
A police officer is facing charges for pepper spraying two people "without provocation," according to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.
NJ town’s solution for closed fitness businesses: Use our farmland
Brick Township will let gyms seek permits to hold outdoor classes at Havens Farm, while the COVID-19 pandemic persists.
NJ malls should also be allowed to reopen, mayors tell Murphy
Leaders in communities that are home to Jersey's biggest malls said they want to collect revenue and see more people return to work.
Abolish the police department? Camden sort of did that 7 years ago
After starting "from scratch" under Gov. Christie, is the new department keeping crime low? And, could it work for other cities?
In videos, the last hours before NJSP trooper shot, killed NY man
His car was found disabled on the Parkway, repeatedly. He was pulled over for going 100 mph+ twice. And then, a confrontation with police.
NJ woman with dementia, 87, found after driving to West Virginia
Police said the Clifton woman was missing for nearly 4 days without a trace, before turning up dehydrated off a road, roughly 400 miles away.
Murphy joins BLM protests, even as others fight tickets for gatherings
Governor Murphy attended marches in Union County, as critics point to women cited for peaceful protests against the state's slow reopening.