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.
Atlantic City Cop Charged With Shoplifting Groceries from EHT Walmart
An Atlantic City police officer is due in court on Thursday on a charge that he shoplifted groceries at Walmart in Egg Harbor Township.
Pro-police Blue Line Illegally Painted by Toms River Scofflaw, Officials Say
Authorities say the culprit was David Giordano, a 43-year-old resident who's had some run-ins with police — not exactly someone with a record that seems police-friendly.
Firefighter Hospitalized for Weeks After Major Wildfire in Lakewood
The Forest Fire Service firefighter who collapsed while battling the Lakewood wildfire weeks ago regained consciousnesses on Wednesday and is making progress, according to his family.
Keep it Safe: Vaccine Cards Could Have Future Use in New Jersey
As the number of people getting vaccinated in New Jersey grow, will proof be needed for travel and getting into concert and sports venues? The jury is out.
Sweeney Says it’s Time to Put the Brakes on Murphy’s Orders
State Senate President Steve Sweeney says it's time for the Legislature to have more say in the handling of the public health emergency, suggesting that Gov. Phil Murphy may have issued more than enough executive orders.State Senate President Steve Sweeney says it's time for the Legislatur…
Blue Line of Police Support Proposed for Ocean County
Despite recent criticism that the blue line symbolism now makes some feel uncomfortable, Commissioner Gary Quinn said Ocean County is proud to stand with law enforcement.
Partially Collapsed Ramp Keeps I-295 Lane Closed All Weekend
An I-295 lane at the 42 Freeway will remain closed all weekend as work continues on a partially collapsed retaining wall.
Legislators Still Getting Backed-up on NJ Unemployment Claims
Rep. Chris Smith says he is again able to help with unemployment claims after the state dropped a new protocol that limited the number of claims that could be filed by a third party. But another legislator, meanwhile, is still having trouble.
Seaside Heights to Ban Dogs — Even for ‘Emotional Support’ — on Beaches, Boardwalk
Most dogs are now banned from the beaches and boardwalks in Seaside Heights after officials said owners refused to pick up after their animals.
Asbury Park Press Fires Reporter Over ‘F***ing Hot,’ Jewish Slur Caption
The Asbury Park Press has fired a multimedia reporter whose news story included a photo caption deemed offensive to women and Jewish people.