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.
Absegami High School Rower: I Want an Apology
16-year-old Myasia Joga of the Absegami High School rowing team said she felt "uncomfortable and abused" as members of the Mainland Regional team referred to her as "Rosa Parks" and the N-word.
Athletes at South Jersey High School Use Anti-black Slur
Two Mainland Regional High School students were disciplined for directing an offensive term at a member of the Absegami High School crew team during a tournament on Sunday.
Golden Work Opportunity: McDonald’s Hiring 5,000 in NJ
McDonald's will hire another 5,000 employees in New Jersey this summer and is offering the added chance to get a college scholarship.
Screwed by NJ Tolls? How This Man Wound Up Owing Hundreds
Bayville resident Joe Munger records every trip through the Berkeley toll plaza after getting nearly 30 violations at $50 each that he refuses to pay.
Chili’s Warns of Credit Card Breach at NJ Restaurants
The chain said some customer payment card numbers were compromised in March and April.
Measles May Have Been Spread at Newark Airport, Englewood
State health officials issued a warning about two incidents of possible measles exposure in New Jersey.
Woman Burned Escaping from Wildwood Boat Fire
A burning dry-docked boat melted a building's siding and burned the legs of a woman who had to jump off to escape.
Hard Rock Atlantic City Announces its First Concerts
Two big names will be the first musical performers at the new Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, located on the site of the former Trump Taj Mahal at the end June.
800 Cops, Supporters Ride from NJ to DC on Wednesday
Members of law enforcement will again take to their bicycles and motorcycles as part of the the Police Unity Tour to honor those who lost their lives during the past year.
Pot Pardons? Murphy Would Give it Consideration
Gov. Phil Murphy said he needs definitions of what past crimes would be wiped away by a pardon before committing to it.