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.
Police officer saves choking toddler on the Seaside Boardwalk
An officer helped save a 16-month-old on Sunday, just two weeks after a similar choking rescue by a Seaside lifeguard.
Inflatable water park opening for summer in Ocean County
The course in Lacey Township opens this weekend, ahead of a ribbon-cutting next week.
Flour sold at ShopRite, Stop & Shop recalled over possible E. Coli
At least two popular brands have been affected.
NJ teacher who waitresses gets $100 tip from grateful parents
The bill had only been $70.
Asbury Park fire along Cookman damages two condos, report says
Firefighters quickly put out a blaze that had started outside a third floor unit on Sunday afternoon.
Eagles NFL pro gets back to NJ roots with prom haircuts for kids
NJ native, Vinny Curry, recently helped 100 high schoolers get ready for a teen milestone in his old neighborhood.
New plan: Ban plastic bags, paper bags completely from NJ stores
Closer than ever, under this state lawmaker's proposal — and there's support from food retailers.
NJ’s Gaten Matarrazo of ‘Stranger Things’ at the Shore for prom
The 16-year-old actor shared a photo strolling on the Ocean City boardwalk with his junior prom date and their friends.
Beach umbrella safety urged, citing woman impaled at Jersey Shore
As the summer approaches, NJ's U.S. Senators are asking consumer officials to share more data about the risks of flyaway beach umbrellas.
Tuition-free community college expands for NJ students
After rolling out in 13 community colleges across New Jersey months ago, the state's new grant program has expanded to the remaining 6 campuses.
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.
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.