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.
Isasis damage: 1 million without power, some may be out for days
Utilities are not ready to give an estimate on when the power will be restored for the majority of its customers.
1.3 million without power; Isaias rips roof off motel and wallops NJ
The Surflight Theatre's tent's collapse and part of the roof coming off a Wildwood motel is just some of the damage caused by Isaias.
Dozens of Rutgers football players now positive for COVID-19, report says
Gov. Phil Murphy said the cases are likely from a house party and not athletic activity during the team's summer practice sessions.
Tornado touches down in New Jersey as Isaias hits state
Thousand were without power Tuesday morning as winds gust to more than 50 mph, with heavy rains.
Trump to attend campaign fundraiser at Jersey Shore, report says
The fundraiser will be at the home of a close friend who died from novel coronavirus in April, the report says.
Lakewood plans all in-person school. 67 concerns from teachers
The Lakewood Education Association said it is trying to be diplomatic in voicing their concerns about Lakewood's plan to return to in-person instruction with no hybrid plan offered.
NJ theater cancels play after criticism of cast being too white
The Red Bank theater said it will host a public forum "to continue this complex conversation about representation in the theater."
Couple had been ‘dead for some time’ in Camden home, cops say
A wellness check turned into a death investigation on Tuesday night when the bodies of a man and woman were found inside a city residence.
Monmouth, Rider, Saint Peter’s cancel fall athletic season
More decisions are due this week fro other New Jersey schools part of the New Jersey Athletic Conference.
700 people at huge Jackson house party — that’s a lot of ‘knuckleheads’
Police called in officers from six other departments to clear a crowd from a "mansion party" in a residential neighborhood.