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 law would fine you $500 for letting balloons go up in the air
But even the measure's sponsor says he's hopeful the legislation doesn't prove necessary.
Poop made superintendent famous. Now he wants millions from cops
Thomas Tramaglini's attorney said police misconduct was at the root of the multi-million dollars in damages they are seeking.
She went to sell a phone and gunman killed her execution-style, cops say
A Willingboro man has been accused of arranging to buy a used cell phone and then shooting the woman in the head.
A list of NJ communities who say no to ‘sanctuary state’ rules
A Morris County township is the latest to pass a resolution disagreeing with New Jersey's actions toward being a Sanctuary State.
Police rescue 20 dogs — 5 critical — from NJ woman’s home
One of the sickest dogs died after being taken from the Shamong Township home, police said. Marissa Corbett faces 60 counts of animal cruelty.
Nearly 70 doctors in NJ sign letter urging vaccines amid outbreak
As Lakewood deals with its second measles outbreak in months, 18 physicians in that city alone urge patients to get all recommended vaccinations.
NJ woman sues TJ Maxx over being called ‘D*** lover’ on a receipt
A Monmouth County shopper is suing the store, after she was handed a return receipt calling her something R-rated.
A Belmar beach will stay closed to deal with raw sewage overflow
When it rains heavily, this Belmar beach on the Shark River is prone to some nasty runoff.
NJ may open ‘safe’ sites for drug users — This is how it would work
Could NJ drug addicts be arrested for getting high at an Overdose Prevention Center? Here's some questions and answers about the proposed program.
NJ voters in this county will weigh in on ‘sanctuary state’ rules
Rules on how NJ law enforcement should interact with immigrants in the state have rankled some local lawmakers. Now a county will put the issue on a ballot.
NJ residents charged in brace scam that stole $1B from Medicare
At least three New Jersey residents, one of them a doctor, face charges in a massive healthcare fraud scam broken up by federal authorities.
Yes, Trader Joe’s is opening in Brick —14th store in NJ
After lots of rumors, the beloved grocery chain cleared the first hurdle to opening its first Ocean County store, with a zoning permit issued Tuesday.