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.
Donations raised for NJ woman hurt after ‘mask attack’ at store
Police continue to search for a woman involved in the incident, they say attacked a transplant patient who asked her to properly wear a mask.
Don’t use these hand sanitizers: Another round of recalls
Three more brands sold in some New Jersey stores are being recalled over the potential for a hazardous ingredient, not labeled.
NJ gets 30K COVID-19 spit tests, results in 2 days: How to get it
A few NJ counties also have their own agreements, to offer on-site or even at-home saliva testing for coronavirus.
Bacteria was Hazardous at 73 NJ Beaches in 2019, New Report Says
Bacteria levels in the water at more than 70 New Jersey beaches prompted advisories against swimming on at least one day in 2019, according to a report released Thursday.
Judge Stops NJ from Locking Out Atilis Gym Owners Again — For Now
A gym in Bellmawr has been given another chance to follow New Jersey's COVID-19 restrictions as a judge Monday denied the state a new court order to lock the owners out for a second time.
Judge’s Son Killed: ‘Men’s Rights’ Attorney Found Dead, is Suspected Shooter
Authorities are investigating whether a man found dead in upstate New York could be the shooter who on Sunday shot and killed a federal judge's son — also wounding her husband — according to several reports.
Reports: Gunman at Federal Judge’s NJ Doorstep Shot Husband, Son
A gunman at the front door of a federal judge's township home opened fire late Sunday afternoon, badly wounding the judge's husband and killing their son, according to multiple published reports.
Gym Owner Says Front Doors Will Come Off if NJ Gets Court Order
The legal battle between state officials and a gym in Bellmawr that has defiantly opened its doors against New Jersey's pandemic restrictions has reached another round.
NJ Police Discipline Records Remain Private for Now, Judge Says
Names of New Jersey law enforcement officers seriously disciplined over the past two decades will remain under lock and key this summer, under a court order issued Wednesday.
NJ Restaurants Struggle With Outdoor Dining ‘Fixed Roof’ Rule
Just a couple days into the grand opening of Sand House Kitchen in Ocean City, owner Robert Idell said he was forced to close a covered area because it had "1/16th plastic paneling to cover from UV rays and rain."