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.
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.
Pinelands Regional High School Closes Again
The Pinelands Regional High School and Junior High School are closed today for a problem unrelated to the ongoing air quality controversy.
NJ Black Bear Hunt Kills Down Significantly in 2017
New Jersey's archery hunt of black bears continued on Tuesday with another 56 kills. It brings the total number of kills for the season, which is scheduled to end on Saturday, to 82.
Watch NJ Gubernatorial Debate Live — Murphy, Guadagno Face Off
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Democrat Phil Murphy take the stage at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center for their first gubernatorial debate on Tuesday.
Head-On Crash Kills Four Family Members, Neighbors in South Jersey
Four neighbors were killed in a head-on crash in Camden County Sunday afternoon.
NJ State Troopers Helping to Guard Gas Stations and Food Supplies in Puerto Rico
New Jersey continues to answer the call for assistance from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.
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.