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.
Amazon informs NJ customers about change to payment method
One way of paying for purchases through Amazon is going away, early in 2024.
Real-life ‘Sopranos’ spots in NJ to visit 25 years after iconic show’s debut
The Sopranos has lived on as a favorite among fans, old and new. There are still many New Jersey spots that Tony Soprano visited, that you can, too.
NJ men accused of setting fire at park bathroom
Alexander Gerber and Connor Dougherty, both of Lacey township, have been charged with arson and several counts of criminal mischief.
NJ cops removed car wreck but left behind victim’s body to rot, lawsuit says
A grieving family from Ocean County says that a harmful stereotype of Black drivers prevented troopers from trying to find their injured son and save his life after his car crashed on the Garden State Parkway.
Big-money donors turn on NJ university because of what students are doing
Marvin and Eva Schlanger have contributed more than $130,000 to Rutgers University over the years — and stopped over worries during the Israel-Hamas war.
NJ man admits buying gun online and killing his family, cops say
Details have emerged about Om Brahmbhatt and the three counts of murder he faces, stemming from the killings of his grandparents and uncle.
These are the long-gone NJ mall stores we miss the most
New Jersey adults from multiple generations can easily come up with a store, or three, that they remember visiting every mall trip.
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.
History being made by Rutgers at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade this year
The Marching Scarlet Knights take part in the 97th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Parade — the first NJ school band to participate in over 20 years.
With Bed, Bath and Beyond closed, here is what those NJ stores are becoming
Burlington and Macy's were among early winners at the bankruptcy auction for old stores in New Jersey — this is where the changeovers are planned.
400 jobs cut in NJ: What it means for this grocery chain
The facility has fulfilled grocery home deliveries for a chain with over 50 New Jersey stores. By March, the Jersey City site will be closed.
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 pornography.