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.
Marijuana Candy for Halloween? Ocean County Prosecutor Says Watch Out This Year
Parents should look for candy in "unusual" candy packaging such as a plastic bag. The candy is often in wrappers that resemble regular candy packaging at first glance but have names such as "Buddahfinger," "Twixed" and "Keet Kat."
INTERPOL’s Most Wanted New Jersey Fugitives — Where Are They?
According to the International Police Organization, these are the six most-wanted criminals with ties to New Jersey.
Woman Uses a Note to Rob a Bank in South Jersey
The suspect made off with an undisclosed amount of cash after passing a note at the BB&T bank branch in Pennsauken early Friday evening.
After Mishap, Devils Fans Help Young Singer Complete National Anthem
New Jersey Devils fans have no issues standing or singing the National Anthem.
NJ Animal Cruelty Cops Spent More on Legal Bills Than Treating Animals, State Finds
The NJSPCA strongly refutes a state report issued Friday that calls the independent organization "incapable of adequately fulfilling its core mission."
Fireball Streaks Across the Jersey Sky, Caught on Video
The American Meteor Society received 197 reports, from Maine to Maryland, of something in the sky traveling from northeast to southwest on Wednesday afternoon.
WATCH: Guadagno, Murphy Meet in Final Gubernatorial Debate
With 22 days to go before voters cast a ballot, gubernatorial candidates Kim Guadagno and Phil Murray will meet for their final debate at William Paterson College.
Jersey Shore Girl Scouts Ready for ‘Competition’ From Boy Scouts
The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore is confident their "girl-centric" program will continue to grow and stay strong as the Boy Scouts begin to allow girls to join.
Days After Asbestos Air Scare, Falling Ceiling Closes Pinelands Regional High School
Thousands of screws will have to be inspected forcing students into a split session schedule starting Monday with many issues still to be resolved.
Guadagno Defends Illegal Immigration Attack Ad Against Murphy
Lt. Gov Kin Guadagno is defending her campaign commercial critical of Democrat Phil Murphy and his position on illegal immigration.