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.
Daniel Anderl, Killed Son of Judge, ‘Was a Consummate Team Player’
Daniel Anderl had was ready to start his junior year at Catholic University of America.
NJ Beach Workers Hit by COVID-19 Outbreak — Borough Limits Tags
Manasquan said it will limit beach crowds this weekend after an outbreak of 23 COVID-19 cases traced back to employees of the Beach and Recreation departments.
Dad Stabbed Defending Son in ‘Drug Deal Gone Bad,’ Ocean County Cops Say
A father was stabbed multiple times when he tried to break up an attack on his son Thursday afternoon, police said.
NJ Transit Cops Revive Baby Delivered in Penn Station Restroom
A call for a "child in distress" Tuesday morning at Newark Penn Station turned into a race against the clock for two NJ Transit police officers.
Wawa to Open its First Drive-thru at New South Jersey Location
Wawa has adjusted plans for its planned new store in Westhampton to add the company's first drive-thru in response to the coronavirus.
Burlington, ‘Cradle of Abolitionist Movement,’ to Nix Freeholder Title
Burlington County will get ahead of the state and will immediately phase out use of the term "freeholder" for the elected leaders of county governments.
Ignore That $50 Fee! 79,000 People Got Wrongly Charged by E-Zpass
A clerical error led to 79,000 people being incorrectly billed administrative fees — sometimes of as much as $50 — in addition to the tolls they owned during the coronavirus pandemic.
Shore Chief: This Isn’t Excessive Force. It’s Police Professionalism
Officers in a video viewed more than 230,000 times as of Tuesday afternoon are being defended by Point Pleasant's police chief for their "constant professionalism."
Prosecutor Investigating After Cop Seen Punching Man on Ground
The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating what it calls a “police incident” after a brief video circulated online showing an officer repeatedly punching a person on the ground.
Man Missing, Another Dead After Saving People from Rough NJ Waters
The search resumed on Monday for Jabed Ikbal of Clementon after he helped two friends to safety Sunday night in Ocean City while the body of Jalan Alston was found on Saturday in Atlantic City.