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.
No Masks, Vax Proof or Distancing at MetLife Stadium Concerts, Events
As the schedule fills up with games, events and concerts MetLife Stadium announced that it will not require proof of COVID-19 vaccination to attend.
NJ Finds High Bacteria Levels at Seaside, Point Pleasant Beaches
After two consecutive days of testing that exceeds the maximum safe level a beach is closed.
SUV Catches Fire at NJ Turnpike Service Area Gas Pump
An SUV caught fire at a gas pump at a New Jersey Turnpike service area on Monday afternoon, according to police.
Flood Risk for NJ on Tuesday After ‘100-year Flood’ Inundates Burlington County
The National Weather Service characterized a thunderstorm that developed in Burlington and Bucks counties a “100 year flood” after 6-10 inches of rain fell within four hours.
Needles and Syringes Wash Up on Monmouth County Beaches
Syringes and needles washed up on at least two Monmouth County beaches on Sunday but were cleaned up to allow for swimming on Monday.
Murphy ‘Loyalty’ to Seaside Heights Earns Endorsement from Republican Mayor
Tony Vaz, the Republican mayor of Seaside Heights, said Gov. Phil Murphy was surprised by his cross-party endorsement of his re-election. And so was Vaz himself.
How Cops Tracked Accused NJ Child Abductor and Found Mother’s Body in the Woods
Tyler Rios was located in a Tennessee hotel room 12 hours after an Amber Alert was issued for his 2-year-old son and the toddler's mother.
Shooting at Woodbridge, NJ, Hotel Injures Four, Report Says
There was no word on Monday morning of any arrests or a motive for the shooting from Woodbridge police or the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.
NJ Mayors Complain About Fireworks, Want Law Changed Back
Asbury Park Mayor John Moor called the amateur displays were “unbelievable” and said he will ask legislators to look at the 2017 law that legalized some fireworks in the state.
Amber Alert in NJ: 2-year-old, mother abducted by father, cops say
Sebastian Rios was last seen in Rahway with his father Tyer Rios.