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.
Radioactive Old-school Dinner Plate Causes Panic at NJ High School
A Haddon Township High School student says his science project with the Geiger counter he received as a Christmas and an antique dinnerplate led to the school's evacuation on Friday.
NJ Cop Killed in Capitol Riot Likely to be Buried With Full Honor
Flags in New Jersey and across the country are flying at half-staff "as a sign of respect for the service and sacrifice" by Brian Sicknick and fellow officer Howard Liebengood until Wednesday.
Illegal Beer, Soccer in Packed Newark Warehouse — Twice in a Weekend
Nearly 200 children and adults were present for a gathering on Sunday night while a late night soccer game was played on Saturday, according to Newark police.
Capitol Police Officer Who Died After Riot Was NJ Native
Officer Brian D. Sicknick was injured “while physically engaging with protesters," according to Capitol police.
Cape May County Man Arrested at D.C. Protest Says He Did Not Enter Capitol
Leonard Guthrie Jr. was one of 14 people arrested by U.S. Capitol police and charged with unlawful entry during the protest as Congress met in a joint session to certify the results of the Electoral College vote from each state.
Cape May County Man Arrested, Charged With Storming Capitol
A Cape May County man was among 14 people arrested by police following the deadly rioting at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Murphy Says Trump’s Lies Responsible for ‘Act of Domestic Terrorism’
The protesters "are not patriots. They are the anthesis of what it means to be an American," Gov. Phil Murphy said on Thursday.
Little Egg Harbor Business Owner Shot, Cops Hunt Fugitive
Investigators determined the shots were fired by Donald Rutter, 51, of Tuckerton, who has not yet been located despite a search Tuesday night by several law enforcement agencies.
NJ man charged in New Year’s Eve vandal attacks in Philly
A Monmouth County man was among seven protesters charged by Philadelphia police with vandalizing federal buildings on New Year’s Eve.
Popular NJ spots on latest list of bars that officials want to suspend
State alcohol beverage control regulators are looking to temporarily suspend another dozen bars and restaurants that reportedly violated pandemic restrictions.