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.
Lakewood, NJ, Couple Among Missing in Florida Building Collapse
Nearly 100 people are unaccounted for as of late Thursday afternoon in the collapse of the 12-story apartment building.
Man Killed in Head-on Crash on Ocean County’s Deadly Route 539
It was the first fatality of the year on Route 539 this year. Five people died in crashes on the popular shortcut through Ocean County in 2019.
Camden County High School’s Gay Valedictorian Says Graduation Speech Was ‘Censored’
Bryce Dershem said the administration removed all of his references to being gay, battling mental illness and having an eating disorder because he was told commencement is not a "therapy session."
NJ’s New Marijuana Law Blamed for Out-of-control Party in Long Branch
Large crowds gathered at the beachfront shopping and residential area in Long Branch Saturday night, promoted on social media, according to Long Branch Director of Public Safety Domingos Saldida.
Point Pleasant Beach Can’t Find Workers to Pick Trash for $24/Hour
What happens when you advertise a job that pays $24 an hour for three weeks and no one applies for it?
VIDEO: Fire Burns Roof of Trenton-area Home Depot
The fire initially sent plumes of thick black smoke into the air over the store on Route 130 across from Hamilton Marketplace in Mercer County.
Toms River Church Hit by Strange Vandalism Over Two-day Period
Saint Barbara's Greek Orthodox Church and police are looking for whoever did thousands of dollars worth of damage to the building on two occasions during the weekend.
Man Shot in Hand While Driving on I-295 in Camden County
The driver told police multiple shots were fired at him from a dark colored sedan between exits 28 and 29 in Camden County.
Randolph, NJ, District Restores Holiday Names to Calendar After Uproar
After a firestorm of controversy erupted when the names of holidays were removed from the calendar the Board of Education reversed their decision and restored them Monday.
South Jersey Restaurant Server Kidnapped, Assaulted After Dash & Dine: Cops
A server who ran after a group that skipped out on their check at a Nifty Fifty’s restaurant in Washington Township late Saturday night was pulled into their vehicle and assaulted before being left along the side of the road, according to police.