Dino is an on-air and digital journalist for New Jersey 101.5FM. He began working with the station in 2007 as a morning news producer, until his transition into the field.
7 films at Sundance were shot right here in New Jersey
New Jersey has plenty of close-ups in the 2024 Sundance Film Festival, which celebrates its 40th anniversary starting Thursday.
NJ is No. 1 for wrong reason in new moving survey
A couple reports show that New Jersey continued to be hotter than most other states for folks wanting out.
Pedestrian error playing a big part in deadly NJ crashes
More than 190 pedestrians lost their lives on New Jersey's roads in 2022.
NJ groups: Whales are dying, and boats are the main culprit
"Time is of the essence before the North Atlantic right whale reaches a point of no return," said John Weber, senior field representative for Oceana.
NJ researchers find disturbing level of tiny fragments in most bottled water
If you've been thinking about ditching bottled water, new research out of Rutgers University may convince you once and for all to make the move.
14 NJ counties recorded fewer traffic deaths in 2023
There were 585 fatal crashes on New Jersey's roads in 2023, according to preliminary data. And that's actually a pleasant number, compared to previous years.
NJ drivers could be hit with new $500 fine passed by lawmakers
The proposal is an expansion of New Jersey's Move Over law.
Attention, NJ Verizon customers — the company may owe you $100
Verizon recently announced that it'll fork over $100 million as part of a class action settlement related to administrative fees.
Tree-killing insect now has a significant presence in 4 NJ counties
As recently as 2020, there were no recommended treatment areas in the Garden State.
NJ mandates 50 practice driving hours for teens — how can you prove it?
If parents or the young drivers are untruthful, it's the minor who would have to pay the price.
More auto thefts in NJ but officials blame 2 car brands for spike
The statistics suggest that it's not only owners of luxury vehicles that need to make sure they're locking up.
Fewer than 1,000 people shot is a historic achievement for New Jersey
Across 2023, a total of 924 individuals were hit by gunfire in the Garden State, officials said. That's down 13% from 2022.