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.
Mom drove drunk, and now 4-year-old is dead, cops say
Police said they found an open container of alcohol in the car.
Guadagno: GOP’ers ‘cowardly and shameless’ for backing Trump election claims
The former Lt. Governor said Republicans who do nothing to stop President Trump's ongoing challenges are "cowardly and shameless."
NJ police chief refuses to send cops to enforce minor pandemic violations
Police chief Arthur Kudrick says in a memo "if political events are exempt from the latest executive orders about gatherings "then family and friends should be permitted to gather with equal consideration."
Accused NJ child rapist caught after 30 years with a new identity
A former Morris County man accused of raping two children in his care during the 1980s has been caught.
Democrats Put Hold on Proposal to Limit Murphy’s Emergency Powers
For the second time since May, state lawmakers voted to table a proposed law that would limit a governor's emergency powers.
Approval of Murphy Still Strong But Slips From Spring Highs
Gov. Phil Murphy's approval numbers remain among the highest for any New Jersey governor but are showing signs of erosion, according to a new poll.
NJ Cops Pull Barricaded Teacher, Upset With Google, From Window Ledge
A teacher suffering an apparent emotional breakdown was pulled to safety after barricading herself in her apartment, police said.
Rutgers Cop Pointed Gun to Tell Roommate to Turn Down TV, Police Say
Ten firearms were removed from William Tartis’ house including his duty weapon, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office.
So Far, No Companies Fined for Breaking Murphy’s COVID-19 Rules
The state Department of Labor has only started to investigate nearly 380 reported workplace violations of Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order.
Murphy Keeping Schools Open and NJEA is Fine With That for Now
NJEA President Marie Blistan is confident that Gov. Phil Murphy will continue to "look at the data, the science and the medicine" to guide his decisions on schools.