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.
Legal Weed in Jersey? Trump Administration Could Nip It In the Bud
Gov. Phil Murphy's plans for legalizing marijuana in New Jersey could go up in smoke before the Democrat even takes office this month.
Been Scammed by E-ZPass Fines? You Might Get Payback
Most people who use E-ZPass might not bother to check their monthly statements. But forget to update that credit card after it expires and you could be in for a shock.
Ring in the New Year With Flu? 10 NJ Counties Report High Levels of Illness
This winter's flu season is shaping up to be worse than last year's, which itself was a doozy with more than double the cases from the season before.
Political Divide: Guadagno Won More NJ Towns, But Still Lost to Murphy
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno was clobbered by Phil Murphy in November's election. But a town-by-town map of the election results is kinder to Gov. Chris Christie's two-time running mate.
Trump Signs Tax Plan and NJ Companies Raise Minimum Wage, Boost Benefits
The Republican tax plan signed into law by President Donald Trump is already trickling down to lower-wage and middle class workers in New Jersey in the form of bonuses and pay raises.
I-95 in Central Jersey Cecoming I-295, Getting New Exit Numbers
Interstate 95 between the Delaware River and Route 1 in Mercer County will be designated as Interstate 295 early next year.
Watch NJ State Trooper Stop Woman From Jumping Off Parkway Bridge
State troopers on Wednesday saved a distraught woman from certain doom after they found her dangling over the ledge of a Garden State Parkway bridge.
Atlantic County Teacher Molested Boy Twice a Week for 3 Years, Cops Say
Brian McSee, a music teacher at Port Republic Elementary School, was arrested Wednesday and charged with aggravated sexual assault, official misconduct, criminal sexual contact and endangering the welfare of a child.
New Jersey is the Worst State for Getting Calls from Telemarketers
The Garden State racked up 321,393 Do Not Call Registry complaints in the most recent fiscal year ending in September.
NJ Teacher Loses Pay After Yelling at Sensitive Student
An elementary science teacher in Bergen County who scolded a student was scolded herself — and punished with loss in pay.