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.
NJ fugitive charged in Christmas Eve crash that killed woman, 81
A fugitive has been charged in the hit-and-run death of an 81-year-old Howell woman.
Class-action lawsuits filed against NJ lab over ‘fake’ tests
Two class-action lawsuit have been filed against Teterboro-based Infinity Diagnostics Labs, a company that sold kits that promised rapid coronavirus test results.
Whale Buried on LBI Beach Where it Washed Up on Christmas Day
Marine biologists have not determined what killed the juvenile whale, the fourth to wash up on a Jersey Shore beach in 2020.
Kittens thrown in garbage, nearly crushed at BurlCo recycling plant
The three kittens were heard crying on a conveyor belt at the Burlington County Recycling Center.
South Jersey hunter found stabbed, beaten to death at Boy Scout reservation
Joseph Bottino, 54, of Gloucester Township was found with stab wounds and blunt force injuries, according to the Gloucester County Prosecutor.
Trump pardons ‘loathsome’ Kushner, who cast shadow on Chris Christie
In his book "Let Me Finish" Chris Christie wrote that when Charles Kushner was sentenced he assumed it would be the last time he would hear about "convicted felon Charles Kushner and his deeply tortured family. Little did I know."
Christie still ‘Team Trump’ but would run for president against him
Former Gov. Chris Christie said that President Trump's continued effort to overturn the election result is a "very dangerous thing" for the country.
Ex-NJ gov. blasts Trump ‘treason,’ Says both parties need to take him on
Former Gov. Christine Todd Whitman urges Congress to pass the coronavirus relief bill with enough votes to override a potential presidential veto.
NJ opening ‘mega centers’ for COVID vaccine: When you’ll get yours
Most states including are getting less dosages of the Pfizer vaccine than expected but it's not clear why, according to Gov. Phil Murphy.
Dems Punt on Bill to Curb Murphy’s COVID-19 Powers, Again
Primary sponsor state Sen. Mike Doherty said Gov. Phil Murphy hasn't shared any real information with legislators to justify his orders that have impacted every New Jerseyan.