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.
NJ Man a Fugitive After Being Charged With Throwing Puppy Out a Window
Police in Mercer County are looking for a man who they say threw a puppy out a third-floor window in a fit of rage.
South Jersey Politician Apologizes for Use of Confederate Flag
"The patch never had any racial overtones at all and never intended that way. If I offended people I apologize for that," Atlantic County Freeholder John Carman said.
Travelers, Be Ready — New TSA Screening Rules at New Jersey’s 3 Largest Airports
Travelers will now be asked to remove electronics larger than cell phones from their carry-on bags at Newark Liberty, Atlantic City, and Trenton-Mercer County airports, according to the TSA.
Fire Engulfs Apartment in Lakewood Senior Development
A fire broke out at a senior development in Ocean County on Friday afternoon.
South Jersey Dad Who Snuffed Out Little Boy’s Life Gets 10 Years in Prison
A judge has sentenced David "DJ" Creato to 10 years in prison for the 2015 death of his 3-year-old son Brendan.
A Single Drug Bust Seizes Enough Fentanyl to Kill All of New Jersey and NYC at Once
Attorney General Christopher Porrino said the fentanyl could have be used to make enough lethal doses to kill the entire populations of New Jersey and New York City combined.
New Jersey Mobilizes to Help Puerto Rico Hurricane Recovery
Sen. Robert Menendez will be in Puerto Rico and meet with its governor as workers from the Port Authority and the city of Newark and the head of the Red Cross in New Jersey deploy to the island nation ravaged by Hurricane Maria.
Historical Society Says Asbury Park Should Keep Segregationist Founder’s Statue
The Asbury Park Historical Society said the shortcomings of the city's founder should be acknowledged and called him "flawed but brilliant."
Missing South Jersey Man Was Threatened Before Disappearance, Loved Ones Say
Cody MacPherson, 20, was at the home of a girl with whom he was romantically involved in the Browns Mills section of Pemberton on Friday night and was last seen on Saturday morning.
NJ Gubernatorial Foes Put Campaign Aside to Make Desperate Plea
Democrat Phil Murphy and Republican Lt. Gov Guadagno put aside their political differences on Wednesday and issued a joint statement in support of New Jersey for Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief.