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.
Thousands Without Power After ‘Incredibly Intense Storms’ in NJ
Atlantic City Electric said it brought in crews from its sister utilities to help with restoration and still had 5,000 customers without power as of 8AM Thursday.
Hot and Wet in NJ : Storms Knock Down Trees, Knock Out Power
A powerful line of thunderstorms that moved across New Jersey late Wednesday morning left nearly 200,000 utility customers without power.
More Protests in NJ Remain Calm With Cops Joining and Listening
Protests over the killing of George Floyd remained peaceful Tuesday in New Jersey with police and public officials in some cases joining the demonstrators.
Police, Prosecutor Help Lead George Floyd Protest in Toms River
A peaceful march of about 100 people went through downtown on Tuesday morning to protest last week's death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.
Gyms Opening ‘Soon’ — Owners Disappointed Murphy Won’t Give Set Date
While salons and restaurants get a date to reopen from Gov. Phil Murphy, gym owners only got assurances they'll open "soon."
Violence in Trenton & AC, But Most NJ George Floyd Protests Were Peaceful
While protests that started off peacefully in Atlantic City and Trenton turned violent on Sunday night, marches in other parts of the state did not.
1 in 5 Restaurants in NJ May Not Survive — Ask for June 5 Outdoor Dining
Marilou Halverson, president of the New Jersey Restaurant and Hospitality Association, said protocols for both indoor and outdoor settings have been submitted to the governor's office.
NJ Senator, a Former Cop, Says George Floyd Cop Deserves ‘Gas Chamber’
State Sen. Ron Rice, D-Essex, went as far as to call for the death penalty for the officer who killed George Floyd by kneeling on the gasping man's neck for several minutes.
Republican Lawmakers Want Murphy to Provide Timetable for Reopening
Republican state Senators want clear benchmarks from Gov. Phil Murphy as to when businesses deemed "non-essential" will be allowed to open.
CVS Opens 45 More Drive-thru COVID-19 Testing Sites in NJ
A CVS staffer will watch a person administer the test in their car. The customer leaves the sample in a box that CVS sends to a third-party lab, which will return results in three days.