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.
Doe! Deer Stuck in Waves Rescued by Jersey Surfers
A group of surfers in wet suits went into the chilly ocean water off Belmar and tried to rescue a deer about 25 yards from shore.
Missing 76-year-old Man in Ocean County Found Dead in Lagoon
The search for the 76-year-old man drew a large police response in the Sandlewood Drive area of Bayville after he could not be located even though his car was still parked at the house.
Investigation Continues into Death of Lakewood Toddler Left in Car
The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office is leading the investigation but has not disclosed any information about the incident. The parents have not been charged with a crime.
Murphy Changes Mind on Diverting Firefighter Funds
Facing a growing public and political backlash, Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday did an about-face on diverting money from the state firefighter fund.
NJ School Airbrushed Trump, Feminism — and Wheelchair — From Yearbook, Lawsuits Says
Wall High School yearbook advisor Susan Parsons says she was made the "fall guy" for the yearbook controversy.
Sweeney’s ‘Guarantee': I Won’t Let Murphy Divert Firefighter Funds
State Senate President Steve Sweeney said he will not allow money to be taken from the state firefighters' fund.
Child Dead in Lakewood Car, Misunderstanding May Be to Blame
A toddler was found dead inside a vehicle parked in a residential neighborhood on Monday.
Mom Told Cops: I Stabbed Baby to Death Because I Didn’t Want Her, Police Say
The mother of an infant accused of killing her own 5-day-old girl admitted to officers she did so, according to court records described in a published report.
A Dozen Brands Recall 12M Pounds of Frozen Chicken Over ‘Oral Injury’
Tyson Foods recalled nearly 12 million pounds of frozen chicken strips sold under different brands because they may be contaminated with metal.
Group doubts NJ Dems have ‘spine’ to OK licenses for the unauthorized
A 9-year-old boy spoke to Speaker Craig Coughlin, who would not commit to putting the bill up for a vote before June 30.