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.
Rowan, Glassboro have united front dealing with COVID-19 cases
Improved lines of communications have helped the borough and school deal with a spike in positive cases.
Weird sun over NJ? That’s from the wildfires 3,000 miles away
Smoke from the west coast forest fires has reached the East Coast causing cloudy and hazy skies over New Jersey.
Dulce Alavez not forgotten one year after disappearance, prosecutor says
"This investigation is not going to close until either we find Dulce or we find the person responsible for her disappearance," says Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae.
Lakewood officer’s funeral to be held at BlueClaws ballpark
Lakewood police officer Nicklas Shimonovich died in a motorcycle crash in his hometown of Jackson on Saturday.
Dump truck, pick up crash closes Route 295
The closure caused delays on Route 130 and Route 206 by drivers avoiding Route 295.
Murphy to allow gyms to reopen for indoor workouts Sept. 1
Additional details are expected at the governor's coronavirus briefing Wednesday afternoon.
20 arrested at ATMs after NJ cops say statewide scam unravels
Police say 20 people, mostly from New York City, were arrested at four ATMs on Tuesday as part of "suspicious activity" reported at Santander banks around the area.
Someone’s been ripping off Santander ATMs in NJ and beyond
Several arrests were confirmed in Robbinsville and Woodbridge, while other police agencies referred questions to the FBI's Newark office.
New Jersey election will be mostly by mail, Murphy confirms
Several boards of Freeholders are opposed to mostly mail-in elections over concerns of fraud and the cost to their counties.
NJ cops charge Costco tough guy for berating cashier on video
Police say people who saw the video gave information that led to the arrest of a Barnegat man.
Isasis damage: 1 million without power, some may be out for days
Utilities are not ready to give an estimate on when the power will be restored for the majority of its customers.
Judge Salas: ‘Monster’ shot my family because info too easy to find
The federal judge said her son Daniel Anderl took a fatal bullet for his father when a "madman" opened fire at their North Brunswick home.