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.
Thousands in NJ Join National March for Our Lives Effort
Nearly a dozen March For Your Lives events took place around New Jersey in support of the national march in Washington.
Ventnor Teacher Taught Daughter ‘3 Good Reasons for Slavery,’ Mom Says
A Ventnor mom says her daughter's fourth-grade teacher taught her class there were good reasons for slavery.
‘March For Our Lives’ — NJ Teens, Murphy to Demand Gun Control
Gov. Phil Murphy and hundreds of New Jersey teens will be part of the March for our Lives on Saturday.
Six Flags Great Adventure Opening Delayed Because of Storms
The fourth nor'easter of the season has delayed the unofficial start of summer for Six Flags Great Adventure.
Rutgers Students Rescue 90-Year-Old Man From Fire in Camden
Two Rutgers Camden students are being credited with rescuing a man in his 90s from a fire early Friday morning.
Smoke Alarms Recalled… For Not Detecting Smoke
Nearly a half million Kidde dual smoke alarms have been recalled because of an issue that stops them from detecting smoke.
Missing 87-Year-Old Woman Found Dead in Toms River Snow
An 87-year-old woman who went missing early Thursday after the nor'easter was found dead in a snowbank in Toms River.
Roads, Power, NJ Transit — Essential Snow Information for March 22
The fourth nor'easter of the month brought heavy, wet snow, and left behind lots of fallen trees and power lines.
Lacey Parents to Board of Education: Weapons Policy Goes Too Far
Many parents were critical of Lacey Township High School's policy, which has been changed, that prohibited a student from possessing a weapon beyond school grounds.
NRA Says Lacey Schools Made Teen Take Down ‘Gun’ Bumper Sticker
The New Jersey chapter of the NRA is threatening an Ocean County school district with a second lawsuit — this time, after it says a student was ordered to take down a bumper sticker featuring an image of a gun.