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.
Drive-thru winter fun offered by South Jersey Holiday Light Show
Among new offerings for 2020 is a South Jersey Holiday Light Show at Bridgeport Speedway in Gloucester County.
If NJ passes legal marijuana, how quickly could pot sales start?
The first businesses likely to get up and running are those already in the field for New Jersey's medical marijuana program.
These are the biggest NJ retailers sunk by COVID closures in 2020
From the extinction of Lord & Taylor, to one surviving Sears store left in New Jersey, here's companies hit hardest by the pandemic.
It’s official: Pandemic law will let up to 3,000 NJ inmates out early in 2020
The legislation signed by Governor Murphy is the first of its kind in the nation, according to ACLU-NJ.
Some jobless NJ residents will get more pandemic checks this fall
New Jersey is processing the Lost Wage Assistance through FEMA, of $300 a week for up to 6 weeks. The money will arrive in a lump sum in October.
Trick-or-treating 2020: What towns in NJ are doing this year
The CDC has issued warnings against high risk activities during the pandemic - so what will New Jersey traditions look like this Halloween?
NJ colleges see dozens of COVID-19 cases, majority off campus
Rowan University notably leads the pack of colleges and universities in New Jersey that have positive cases among students this fall.
September 11 ceremonies in New Jersey for 2020
Commemorating 9/11 this year still is being done in-person in some locations, while a couple are streaming ceremonies due to COVID-19.
NJ school district doubles pay for teacher subs during pandemic
The South Jersey district reopens on a hybrid schedule, as the local teacher's union has voiced concerns for staff safety.
2020 Election: How to vote and make it count this year in NJ
With a shift to mainly mail in voting this fall, New Jersey residents have lots of questions — here's all the answers we found.