I'm the digital managing editor of NJ1015.com, helping bring everything you love about New Jersey 101.5 online. A Jersey boy for the last 30-plus years, I've been part of newsrooms throughout New Jersey and Rhode Island. I believe Central Jersey is a thing, I don't care if you call it pork roll or Taylor ham, and while Springsteen's just fine, I'd rather be go to Asbury Park to meet some local band none of us have ever heard of. I like good hikes and great beer, and have an unhealthy addiction to expensive photography equipment. Seriously, someone stop me.
Louis C. Hochman
NJ’s List Grows: Visitors from 22 States Now Have to Quarantine for 14 Days
New Jersey on Tuesday expanded the list of state it considers novel coronavirus hotspots — requiring travelers from any of them to self-quarantine for 14 days.
You Can Dine Outdoors — But This is What ‘Outdoors’ Now Means in NJ
Facing criticism from restaurants, Gov. Phil Murphy, Wednesday issued a clarification that he said will let more restaurants operate.
No Indoor Dining July 2 — Murphy Says it’s Too Dangerous
Indoor dining is no longer set to resume in New Jersey on July 2, Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday.
Bigger Gatherings Allowed in NJ Now, Indoor Dining in July
New Jersey will immediately allow outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people under new executive orders from Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday.
Murphy Sued to Stop June Graduation in Wayne. Teens Had One Anyway
Days after Gov. Murphy sued to stop Wayne's mayor from putting on June graduation ceremonies for 600+ outgoing seniors, hundreds of teens gathered for their own ad-hoc ceremony anyway Thursday.
Murphy: I Can’t Imagine If We Said ‘You Have to Stay In’ After Floyd Death
Gov. Murphy Monday defended his attendance at rallies involving thousands of people -- while the state remains subject to his own stay-at-home executive order.
Murphy: Outdoor Dining, Indoor Retail and Salons All Coming This Month
Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday the state is ready to enter a new stage of its economic recovery — one that will see restaurants, retail and personal care businesses open back up in the coming weeks.
Murphy: Outdoor Graduations OK Starting July 6
The announcement on the governor's Twitter feed at 9:45 Tuesday morning was light on details, saying only that ceremonies would have to comply with social distancing.
Sweeney: Murphy Should Allow ‘Unconventional’ Class of 2020 Graduations
State Senate President Steve Sweeney is urging Gov. Phil Murphy to consider allowing "unconventional" graduation plans as New Jersey continues to ease restrictions meant to slow the spread of novel coronavirus.
He Served NJ and His Country: Remembering Maj. Dwayne Kelley
Maj. Dwayne Kelley began his career with the State Police on Feb. 25, 1988, as a graduate of the 110th State Police Class.