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.
Virgin Mary statue at NJ church vandalized with dog feces
There's no security camera aimed at the statue, according to the priest at St. Michael's in Jersey City.
Wildwood house decks collapse, hurting several people, cops say
The incident happened during the annual New Jersey State Firemen’s Convention.
State Police say trooper assaulted during I-80 traffic stop
Two people inside the stopped vehicle were taken into custody on Saturday.
South Jersey Teen Missing for Nearly Two Weeks
Willingboro resident Taliyah Bulluck's last known location was in Monroe Township, according to police in that Gloucester County community.
White Couple in NJ Sues Clinic After Mom Gives Birth to Asian Baby
A now-divorced couple from North Jersey is suing a fertility clinic after the wrong man's sperm was used to fertilize the woman's egg.
NJ Transit Can’t Fire Engineer Who Caused Crash That Killed Woman
Thomas Gallagher won his arbitration case after he was fired following a 2016 crash that killed a woman walking through a train station and injured 108, according to the NTSB's ruling.
Trump Wants to Ban Flavored E-cigs; Sweeney Says He’ll Ban Vaping Entirely
It's the rare occasion when a leading NJ Democrat and Pres. Trump are in agreement, but state Senate President Steve Sweeney both say they want to ban flavored vaping products.
Licenses for Unauthorized Immigrants a ‘No Brainer,’ Murphy Explains
Gov. Phil Murphy would sign a bill granting unauthorized immigrants drivers licenses if a bill were to reach his desk, calling it a "no brainer."
Sweeney: 9/11 Moment of Silence Should be Mandatory in NJ
State Senate President Steve Sweeney said he would like to see New Jersey follow New York in adopting a law requiring a moment of silence every Sept. 11.
WWII Navy Man Was Missing 78 Years; His Remains are Coming Home to NJ
A NJ man who lost his life during the battle at Pearl Harbor will finally be laid to rest with full military honors on Saturday after his remains were identified earlier this year.