I'm the digital managing editor of NJ1015.com, helping bring everything you love about New Jersey 101.5 online. A Jersey boy for the last 30-plus years, I've been part of newsrooms throughout New Jersey and Rhode Island. I believe Central Jersey is a thing, I don't care if you call it pork roll or Taylor ham, and while Springsteen's just fine, I'd rather be go to Asbury Park to meet some local band none of us have ever heard of. I like good hikes and great beer, and have an unhealthy addiction to expensive photography equipment. Seriously, someone stop me.
Louis C. Hochman
If this cop pulled you over on Christmas, you got a Wawa gift card
Some people thought they were being punked. Some started crying.
Humpback whale found on LBI Christmas day — cause of death not yet known
People who came across the scene described it as surreal and sad — but beautiful.
Take grandma from nursing home for holiday, she may not be let back in
"We are still very concerned about the outbreaks we are seeing in long term care."
Eddie Van Halen dies after battle with cancer
The Van Halen co-founder's son shared a tribute to his father in Twitter Tuesday afternoon.
NJ investigating if ‘reckless’ Trump fundraiser broke COVID rules, Murphy says
The fundraiser may have violated prohibitions on large indoor events and food service, the governor said.
2 stabbed at Jenkinson’s Beach, in Point Pleasant Beach
"I witnessed this whole thing ... scariest moment of my life."
Officer dies hours after jumping into river to save accused burglar, police say
Both he and the woman were treated at a nearby hospital, but he died at home hours later.
Isaias traffic, power, closings: Emergency info in this intense storm
The storm could create multiple feet of rain, intense flooding and dangerous winds.
State of Emergency in NJ for Isaias, tornado watch until 4 p.m.
Gov. Phil Murphy late Monday issued a state of emergency, effective at 5 a.m. Tuesday, in anticipation of Isaias — the severe storm climbing the East Coast and expected to hit the Garden State that day.
NJ indoor gatherings now capped at 25 people, ‘period’
The tighter restriction won't apply to weddings, funerals, memorial services, religious or political activities.
No indoor dining July 2 — Murphy says it’s too dangerous
News comes as other states grapple with rising case numbers.
Bigger gatherings allowed in NJ now, indoor dining in July
Catering halls will be allowed to open along with the restaurants.