Well before becoming a digital reporter, content creator and fill-in news anchor for New Jersey 101.5, Erin Vogt's journalism roots began with faux interviews on a Fisher Price tape recorder. The lifelong Jersey Girl has more than 20 years in radio news and has received both an NJSPJ award and a team-won Regional Edward R. Murrow Award. She firmly believes that life’s too short to drink bad coffee and is a fan of the beach and karma.
NJ police are looking for this car after postal worker was assaulted
The assault happened on Wednesday around 4 p.m., according to Toms River police, who are searching for three males and a white car.
NJ trans swimmer breaks women’s record but not everyone celebrates
Meghan Cortez-Fields is in her first season with the women's team at Ramapo College of New Jersey, in the senior's fourth year of swimming.
Inside seedy sex club in NJ that led to racketeering charges against family
Anthony and Doreen Acciardi and their two adult sons have been hit with a new host of charges, including racketeering, for illegal activities that netted millions of dollars.
How Prices of Common Things Have Changed in NJ in Just 10-20 Years
From food items to popular clothing and entertainment — here's a roundup of costs in 2023, compared to estimates in 2013 and 2003.
NJ Man Will Spend Life in Prison For Gunning Down Pregnant Woman
A 33-year-old man found guilty of gunning down the mother of his unborn child, weeks before the baby’s expected delivery, would now be spending the rest of his life in prison.
NJ Sex Predator Gets More Prison For Abuse at Boy Scout Camp
Colin Skeele, of Florham Park, was a Boy Scout camp counselor, a private school teacher, and an EMS volunteer before being sent to prison for sex assault and child porn.
NJ Contractor Had Over 1,000 Child Pornography Files, Police Say
Brett Gerundo, of Brick, was arrested about a month after more than 20 electronic devices were seized from his home.
NJ Student, 18, Fighting For Her Life After Stray Gunfire in Nashville
The 18-year-old student at Belmont University, a Wall Township native, was walking on a track when she was struck by a bullet on Tuesday, police said.
NJ Mom Sues School Over ‘Persistent bullying’ Before Child’s In-school Suicide
Felicia LoAlbo-Melendez was 11 when she died, days after being found unresponsive in a middle school bathroom. Her mother says the Mount Holly school failed to step in amid a pattern of bullying.
Jane Fonda, Sen. Bernie Sanders Jump into NJ Politics
New Jersey political issues have drawn recent attention from two “outsiders” in actress and activist Jane Fonda and Bernie Sanders, the U.S. senator from Vermont.