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 freed kidnapper over COVID. Now he’s accused of chopping man to death
Theodore Luckey, 42 was supposed to serve nearly 13 years in state prison was released after 9 in May, state records show.
NJ police shoot man who stole cop car during chase, officials say
Arthur Henry Disanto Jr. fired at police in Philadephia earlier in the evening before stealing a police vehicle and driving to New Jersey.
NJ man killed 2 with machete, bare hands in hotel room, cops say
According to New Jersey state prison records Theodore Luckey was released from prison in May after serving time for kidnapping.
Check Your Wristband for Barefoot Country Music Festival in Wildwood
If you got your Barefoot Country Music Festival wristband from someplace not official you may want to double-check to make sure it's real.
Video Shows Deadly Bicycle vs. Police Car Crash in Atlantic City, NJ
The state Attorney General's office released video of a fatal crash between a police car and a bicyclist in June.
Retired Atlantic City Cop With $115K Pension Charged With Stealing Time on Job
Gregory Ingrum retired from active duty with Atlantic City police in 2017 but was working in a surveillance center to watch activity around the city.
NJ Councilman Hit With Criminal Charge After Calling 911 on Mayor, Chief
Phillipsburg Council President Frank McVey told police he wanted to make sure the town was safe and he was "in charge" since the town's leadership had not been heard from.
Three Ex-students sue Clinton, NJ, Schools Over Sexual Abuse
The Clinton Township School District has been hit with three lawsuits by former students who say they were sexually abused by a teacher.
NJ Beaches in Sandy Hook, Upper Township Test High for Bacteria
Heavy rain is again to blame for high levels of bacteria at two Jersey Shore ocean beaches.
NJ Water Rescue: Man Dies After Swimming from Sandy Hook Sandbar
National Park Service spokeswoman Daphne Yun said the man swam to a sandbar after 6 PM when the guards go off duty for the day.