I'm the Digital News Reporter for NJ101.5.com covering news from all over the great Garden State. With the exception of a year in Hartford, and six months in Amish Country, I've spent my whole life in New Jersey, and wouldn't have it any other way. I've covered everywhere from Somerset County to the Jersey Shore, and am now looking forward to looking at the whole state. I'm a proud father, a lifelong Mets fan, and longtime lover of college and New Jersey high school wrestling.
Flemington Man Used Game Network to Get Sex Pics From Autistic Girl
Thomas Pirretti was already facing child pornography charges when he attempted to get young girls to send him explicit pictures.
South Jersey Rings in the New Year With a New Area Code
By the time 2018 is done, New Jersey will officially have a 10th area code as 640 will take over some of the space currently held by the 609 code.
Money-Grubbing Mailmen Stole Thousands Across NJ, Prosecutors Say
A man who worked as a letter carrier at a Camden County post office has admitted to stealing more than 100 U.S. Postal Service money orders and using them to make almost $100,000.
Child Rapist Among 101 Foreigners Arrested in NJ Last Week
Immigration officials rounded up more than 100 foreign nationals from two dozen countries, including two people from Atlantic County, who they say are in the United States illegally.
Who Are They? 236 Bodies in NJ Remain a Mystery
There are more than 200 cases of unidentified people in New Jersey who are listed on the State Police website.
Affordable Care Act Deadline This Week: Are You Covered?
The deadline to apply for coverage through the national marketplace is December 15. Those without coverage face a fine at the end of the year.
Rutgers Prof Who Called Judaism ‘Most Racist Religion in the World’ on Facebook Discipline…
A Rutgers professor who earlier this fall said his social media accounts were hacked after allegedly sharing anti-Semitic posts on social media has been disciplined by the University, with the potential of more to come.
Tattoo Man’s Ruckus at Rink Not a Hate Crime, Toms River Cops Say
According to police, a Jewish men's hockey league game was underway on Saturday night when the man, who was not identified, entered the arena and became disruptive.
NJ Teacher Signs Up to Serve in Army, So District Fires Him — Lawsuit
A teacher who said he received all positive feedback from district administrators says he was fired after enlisting in active duty in the Army.
Man Says South Jersey Hospital Fired Him for Wearing ‘Too Much Make Up and Perfume’
A former official at a South Jersey hospital says he was discriminated against and eventually fired because he did not conform to male stereotypes.