I am New Jersey 101.5's Afternoon News Anchor. I was formerly Senior Producer of Morning News and Special Programming here for four years, and Evening News Anchor for another three. I'm proud to be a member of our on-air and digital teams which have been honored with a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, and also by the New Jersey and Keystone chapters of the Society of Professional Journalists and the New Jersey Broadcasters Association. I got my start in radio at The College of New Jersey, on student-run WTSR-FM, and graduated from TCNJ in 2009. Before coming to 101.5, I did news and sports for WGHT-AM in Pompton Lakes and WYNY-FM in Milford, PA. In a previous life as a child actor, I appeared in the Broadway cast of "Beauty and the Beast" from 1994 to 1996. I live in Hunterdon County with my wife, Kristen, and our poodle, Archie.
Faster, cheaper internet for NJ schools counters ‘digital divide’
A new, three-year contract for the administering of a long-standing program by the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey could stand to save schools in the Garden State more than 50% on internet access.
How long will it take to recover from the ‘lost year’ of COVID?
New Jersey officials estimate that COVID-19 vaccinations will be available to the general public by the spring, just about exactly a year since the coronavirus threw everyone's lives into upheaval.
Cherry Hill man makes remote learning desks for township kids
Justin Foley describes himself as an "amateur woodworker" who had never really been able to give back to his community, until now.
NJ State Police issue tips to ward off holiday ‘porch pirates’
With online ordering and home delivery almost sure to be more popular than ever this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NJSP says opportunities for thievery figure to increase as well.
Plan for police training: Cops explaining themselves to civilians
The initiative's twin goals are to allow the public a chance to explain their side of the story when stopped by police, and give law enforcement an equal chance to explain to those individuals why they are being stopped.
Nurses most at risk for COVID among health workers, Rutgers finds
Of the 40 healthcare workers who tested positive for COVID-19 at the start of a Rutgers study in the early days of the pandemic, 25 were nurses.
Election anxiety up 18% from 2016 — what you can do to lessen it
If you are feeling stressed, you're not alone, according to a study by the American Psychological Association.
Terror cells on social media to be met by NJ lawmaker’s ‘arsenal’
The new proposal is made up of three main components, including what Rep. Josh Gottheimer hopes will be bipartisan legislation.
NJ dentists urge it’s safe to visit them now — and it’s necessary
We've been told since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to limit touching our faces, especially our eyes, noses, and mouths, but what about someone else touching your mouth?
NJ nonprofits need donations as they fight to survive amid COVID
In economic crises, nonprofit organizations seem to get hit the hardest and are among the slowest businesses to rebound, as people's wallets lighten and donations become scarce.
Atlantic hurricane forecast much more active than first thought
Thursday's update now shows an 85% chance of this season being above normal, with a much higher potential of being classified "extremely active," and possibly the third-most active season since 2005.
Grounds for Sculpture recovers from shutdown, death of founder
Following a phased reopening for members and staff alike to reacquaint themselves with the land, Grounds for Sculpture once again welcomed the public Thursday.