Erin Vogt, New Jersey 101.5

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Leader of massive charity scam run out of NJ owes millions — AG

A former Montville resident has been ordered to payback years of donations pocketed from phony fundraising, the state Attorney General announced. → Read More

After missing for a week, Lakewood man found dead in parked SUV, lawyer says

The family of a Lakewood man who went missing under suspicious circumstances is devastated by the discover at the Wall Township ShopRite parking lot. → Read More

NJ restaurants give Governor a deadline for indoor dining plan

A group of about 100 NJ restaurants has vowed to open September 8th on their own, if Gov. Murphy doesn't answer them. → Read More

Have you seen her? Ocean County cops look for woman with dementia

The 80-year-old woman left her Toms River home Saturday morning and might be walking along Route 9, police said. → Read More

NJ tent camping resumes Monday at these state parks, forest areas

The state DEP has announced a dozen areas where tent-style camping will reopen June 22, with another 2 to follow a week later. → Read More

NJ company recalls nearly 43,000 pounds ground beef over E. Coli

Products under recall include grass-fed, organic items as well as one-pound value packs of meat, according to the USDA. → Read More

Have you seen him? NJ police in manhunt after double homicide

Peter Manfredonia, 23, is believed to be armed and dangerous, police said Sunday. → Read More

Boat owners still can launch in NJ, NY CT waters amid COVID-19

Marinas and boatyards can open, but charter boats can't operate during the health crisis. all three governors said. → Read More

Rumson man faces charges for front lawn concert, despite COVID-19

A new round of New Jersey residents are trouble for violating emergency directives amid the pandemic. → Read More

Banning plastic bags taking backseat to COVID-19 in NJ

A handful of New Jersey communities have suspended bans on single use plastics amid the pandemic, to try and slow the spread. → Read More

Stop & Shop has special hours just for seniors during COVID-19 outbreak

The grocery chain was first to announce special hours for those considered high risk for the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Amber Alert issued for 3 kids abducted from South Jersey home

Travis Russell was last seen in a silver Nissan Altima on Route 295 southbound. Police said he abducted two young boys and a girl. → Read More

More NJ schools to close this week to deal with coronavirus

A few schools will close for at least half a day to develop plans for COVID-19, while the state deals with more positive test results. → Read More

NJ police searching for man behind violent home invasion and fire

One person was attacked and a second tied up in the incident in Collingswood Sunday, police said. → Read More

Police say stabbing at Union County nightclub kills 1, hurts 3

Police responded to the business along Watchung Avenue in Plainfield early Sunday, where they found all four men. → Read More

Police: NJ house fire kills 30-year-old man, leaves others hurt

The Paterson resident died at a local hospital, where 9 residents were taken for injuries after the fire. → Read More

NJ fugitive accused of sex with child is tracked down in Philly

After police outlined charges against Charles Torrence, they got a tip that he was in Philadelphia. → Read More

Someone left a dead pit bull puppy in a crate in Cumberland County

Millville police are hoping the public can help track down the owner of the dog, believed to be between 6 and 9 months old. → Read More

Move over Phil: Milltown Mel & more in NJ on Groundhog’s Day 2020

Will it be an early spring? At least a trio of NJ groundhogs weighed in Sunday. → Read More

People already lining up Monday for NJ Trump rally Tuesday

A line is wrapped around the streets of Wildwood, ahead of Trump's rally, which has gotten a record-number of ticket requests. → Read More