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.
Man Dies in Burning Car After Driving Around Live-Wire Barrier
A driver who went around a barricade died when his car went over a live wire on Thursday in Franklin Lakes, Bergen County.
Roads, Power, NJ Transit — Essential Snow Information for March 8
The dig-out and cleanup is on in New Jersey after Wednesday's nor'easter, impacting the roads, rails, and thousands are still without power.
NJ Roads a Mess, Buses Canceled for Evening Snow Commute
The intense snow will make for a challenging and slow afternoon and evening commute Wednesday.
What NJ Commuters Should Expect for Tuesday, Wednesday Storm
WPG Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow says the highest snowfall totals should stay to the north and west. Mostly rain is expected along the coast and parts of inland South Jersey.
Big Brawl, Woman Stabbed at South Jersey Chuck E. Cheese
A fight inside a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in Deptford involving 15 to 20 people led to two women being arrested on Sunday, according to police.
Tens of Thousands Without Power, Stranded After Nor’easter in NJ
The cleanup continued on Saturday from the nor'easter that dropped a foot of snow in North Jersey and caused serious beach erosion along the Jersey Shore.
Nor’easter Brings Snow, Wind, and Rain to NJ
The most snow in New Jersey fell in Highland Lakes in Sussex County with 11 inches as of 1PM. The highest recorded wind gust was 68 MPH in Cape May and 61 MPH in Atlantic City.
ACLU: NJ Students Have the Right to Peaceful Protest
The New Jersey chapter of the ACLU said it would intervene if students were punished more severely for a political protest than a similar offense.
What NJ Teachers Have to Say About Arming Them in Schools
Arming teachers with weapons in their classroom to defend themselves and students from a gunman has been suggested by President Donald Trump as one possible detriment to gun violence in schools.
10-Year-Old’s E-mails to Teacher Caused NJ Districts to Close Schools
A 10-year-old boy sending his teacher e-mails threatening to shoot up a school led to the cancellation of classes in two Gloucester County school districts Thursday.