Ever since I was a precocious 5 year old who read the Bergen Record and then published his own neighborhood newspaper I've always had an interest in the news. I learn something new on this job everyday and that's what keeps it interesting. I've been with NJ101.5 for the past 10 years on the digital team writing news and working behind the scenes on a variety of projects.
13-year-old shot several times on Atlantic City Expressway
A 13-year-old boy remained hospitalized on Monday recovering from multiple gunshot wounds.
Wear a mask outdoors: Murphy will order it today
The executive order does appear to carry a monetary penalty for non-compliance.
Man killed riding electric scooter on NJ Turnpike
Alexander Dziewa was riding his TailG electric scooter in the left lane early Monday morning on the western spur, according to State Police.
Cat food sold in NJ had potentially deadly amounts of additive
The specific lot of Natural Balance cat food recalled has a range of possible side effects from nausea and vomiting to irregular heartbeat an even death.
You’re allowed to visit hospital patients — NJ’s new rules
The state Department of Health on Tuesday issued guidelines that will allow hospital visits to resume.
Fresh Express salads connected to cyclospora outbreak recalled in NJ
The recalled products all contain iceberg lettuce, red cabbage and/or carrots.
Right whale, one of just 400 left in world, dies off NJ coast
The 70 ton whale photographed off Long Branch on Thursday has floated away and cannot be located in order to perform a necropsy.
SJ couple’s ‘romance scam’ nets $6M from 33 victims, feds say
A Maple Shade couple was charged with scamming at least 33 people they met on dating apps and websites out of more than $6 million.
Couple stole, starved 4 German Shepherd puppies who died, cops say
Two of the dogs were found dead in a fire pit while two others were found buried, according to police.
Kayaker goes missing in Navesink River in Rumson
Two kayakers sought shelter near the Oceanic Bridge during a storm, according to police.
Thousands without power after ‘incredibly intense storms’ in NJ
Utility crews worked all night on restoration after trees brought down wires and poles in the rare derecho.
Hot and wet in NJ : Storms knock down trees, knock out power
A powerful line of thunderstorms that moved across New Jersey late Wednesday morning left nearly 200,000 utility customers without power.