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.
NJ child, less than 2 weeks old, tests positive for COVID-19
Officials in North Bergen said Monday the baby was discharged from a hospital and is home with the parents.
New limit on shoppers inside NJ grocery stores to slow COVID-19
Some ShopRites have a temporary new cap on shopper capacity. Meanwhile, an Instacart strike over worker rights could add to the chaos.
ICE ordered to release NJ detainees at higher risk for COVID-19
Under a federal judge's order, 10 detainees with underlying medical conditions were released March 26, attorneys said.
NJ hospitals will reach capacity by May, Rutgers study warns
A Rutgers-Camden analysis looks at the impact of strong versus moderate social distancing amid COVID-19 in all 21 counties.
Relatives in China help NJ residents raise $20K for COVID-19 relief and gear
A Princeton-based effort is securing N95 masks, gloves & more for those on the front line against coronavirus.
Staying home for coronavirus? Good chance to help animal shelters
Dogs and cats are being fostered, while help is on the way for families dealing with new financial stress.
Woodbridge assisted-living facility evacuated after being hit by coronavirus
Medical buses brought patients Wednesday to a Morris County CareOne facility.
ICE detainee has COVID-19, quarantined in Bergen County jail
Bergen County Jail is on lockdown mode after a man in immigration custody there tested positive for COVID-19. Previously, a Bergen County corrections officer tested positive and remains on quarantine at home.
NJ shopper accused of threatening grocery cashier with COVID-19
The man coughed on a woman and said he had coronavirus, police said. Meanwhile, another chain is installing shields to protect staff.
Bruce, Bon Jovi & stars boost New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund
Danny DeVito, Jon Stewart and Carli Lloyd also are among New Jersey celebs lending their faces to a charitable cause.
Here’s NJ’s plan for releasing up to 1,000 inmates as COVID-19 spreads
A court order spurred action sending low level county inmates home, to wait out the novel coronavirus with the rest of the state.
NJ distilleries step up & craft hand sanitizer to fight COVID-19
Train Wreck in Mount Holly, Claremont in Fairfield and Lazy Eye Distilleries all converted some operations to help the public.