I'm the deputy digital editor for NJ1015.com. I got my start writing obits for The Jersey Journal (just like John Travolta in "Perfect," a 1985 movie you've never seen). I then spent years covering Central Jersey as an investigative reporter. I take it personally if you badmouth Newark, the Real Housewives, or Rutgers.
Lakewood Welfare Amnesty Deals Allow Cheats to Keep $2.6 Million
A report from the Office of the State Comptroller, which oversaw the amnesty program, contradicts what Comptroller Philip Degnan and other officials said when they advertised the unprecedented plan last year.
Burlington County Man Charged with Killing His 92-year-old Mother in Fire
A 56-year-old Pemberton Township man has been charged with killing his 92-year-old mother and her 92-year-old companion in an accidental fire.
NJ Men with Thousands of Child Sex Abuse Files Sent to Prison
Two New Jersey men who were convicted of sharing tens of thousands of images of child sexual abuse over the internet were sentenced to prison.
NJ Reduced Welfare Amnesty Fine of Official Who Bought $500K Home — Report
An investigative report has raised new questions about a program that drew furious criticism from people across the state.
Invited to Murphy Staff Party: Corrupt Politician, Man Accused of Sex Assault
Two former Murphy administration officials at the center of separate hiring scandals are still welcome in the governor's inner circle.
Hundreds of NJ Military Base Families Lose Power — Some for 10 Days
More than a thousand military families were without power in the last week, with many without power for more than nine days, after a power surge destroyed an electrical substation.
Cumberland County Educator Raped Students During School and In Homes, Prosecutor Says
A head teacher at a Bridgeton school has been charged with raping two middle school students in the school building and their homes.
Dead Toddler’s Remains Found in Camden Alley
The skeletonized remains of a child were found Thursday afternoon on the 800 block of Mount Ephraim Avenue in Camden, officials said.
Corrupt NJ Mayor’s Daughter Stole $1M — Let Out of Prison Early
A woman who admitted scamming Brick Township's municipal insurance out of nearly $1 million has been let out of prison after serving less than a year of her five-year sentence.
‘I’m Not Prejudiced’ — Tells NJ Cops Black Man Had Gun, But They Can’t Find It
Glassboro police release two hours of bodycam footage of an October 1st incident that ended in a tense traffic stop of two black students.