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.
Remember COBOL? No? Well, NJ really needs programmers who do
As part of the COVID-19 response, programmers who know COBOL are being called to work for the state.
Trader Joe’s, some ShopRite stores give staff Easter Sunday off
Amid long hours essential staff are putting in due to COVID-19, a number of stores say they'll give staff a break April 12.
Rumson man faces charges for front lawn concert, despite COVID-19
A new round of New Jersey residents are trouble for violating emergency directives amid the pandemic.
Bon Jovi sings fan lyrics to ‘Do What You Can,’ about COVID-19
After being inspired by a shift at JBJ Soul Kitchen, Jon Bon Jovi has been sharing collective verses on social media.
ICE reports COVID-19 cases among NJ detainees, lets 2 more go
An emergency court order helped 2 men with pre-existing conditions go home amid the pandemic, while others detained test positive.
Hey, kids! Your teachers will be on NJTV every morning giving lessons
NJTV Learning Live starts Monday, April 6, geared toward students in grades 3 through 6.
Restaurant Depot stores open to general public in NJ for first time ever
With 8 locations in New Jersey, the supplier for food businesses is letting 'regular' shoppers get day passes to buy essential groceries.
Murphy says more SALT needed for NJ taxpayers in light of COVID-19
As New Jersey entered a second month of its first public health crisis, Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday that he would continue to push the need in Washington for full SALT deduction relief.
NJ tax filing deadline extended 3 months to July due to COVID-19
New Jersey residents and businesses have three additional months to prepare their state tax returns.
NJ tries to stop doctors from hoarding potential COVID-19 drugs
New state restrictions discourage unnecessary orders for at least 2 drugs being considered as possible treatment for COVID-19.
Banning plastic bags taking backseat to COVID-19 in NJ
A handful of New Jersey communities have suspended bans on single use plastics amid the pandemic, to try and slow the spread.
NJ student athletes benched by COVID-19 hope for ‘1 more game’
Graduating seniors around the state are grappling with the possible loss of a final spring season.