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.
A ticket to Trump’s fundraiser in NJ costs $250,000
It's the third fundraising event President Trump has attended in New Jersey in the past two months.
NJ child care tuition assistance program accepting applications
Applications must be submitted by December 31 at childcare.nj.gov by families with children age 5-13.
‘We cannot live in fear,’ student says as more NJ schools pause athletics
Concern over coronavirus continues to affect New Jersey schools, with two more districts suspending fall sports.
Driver, 80, killed after crash with 2 trucks and RV on Route 322
The man was making a left turn into Clean Harbor and was rear ended by a dump truck.
MVC starts special senior hours but lawmaker says they’ve bungled that, too
The Motor Vehicle Commission on Tuesday implemented special hours for senior citizens and people with medical conditions.
Car Hits Dump Truck Head On, Bursts Into Flames on Route 539
A head-on crash between a dump truck and a car on Route 539 in Ocean County killed a woman on Friday morning, according to police.
HVAC Tech Spied on Middle School Girls and Made Videos, NJ Cops Say
Gloucester Twp. police said a staff member at a middle school noticed someone looking through an the air conditioning vent in the ceiling on September 9.
FBI Investigates Envelope After Middlesex Prosecutor’s Employee Faints
The FBI is investigating what caused an employee to lose consciousness after handling an envelope in the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office mailroom on Thursday.
Cops, Residents Possibly Exposed to COVID-19 at Lakewood Officer’s Funeral
Police spokesman Greg Staffordsmith would not confirm a number but told us in an email that “a number of officers that are self quarantining” and said that no officers have tested positive.
Lakewood cop’s funeral may have exposed attendees to COVID-19
People who attended the Friday funeral of police Officer Nicklas Shimonovich may have been exposed to COVID-19, according to township Municipal Manager Patrick Donnelly.