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.
Knockout punch kills man, 78, after Lacey diner biker brawl, owner says
The incident took place during "Bike Night" at the Lakeside Diner on Wednesday.
Autumn drowning: Mom dies rescuing children in North Wildwood
Lifeguards end their patrol for the season in the Wildwoods on Labor Day.
Cherry Hill parents demand return to classrooms
Cherry Hill schools are standing firm in their decision to offer remote learning until November 9 after parents protested outside Tuesday night's Board of Education meeting.
Mayor tells cops not to wear ‘thin blue line’ masks at 9/11 service
Fair Lawn's mayor said he wants everyone to unite behind one set of colors, the red white and blue of the American flag.
Juvenile alone responsible for Point Pleasant Beach stabbing, cops say
Two individuals were initially taken into custody following the Labor Day stabbing.
Lights, camera, action: New Jersey’s movie theaters reopen
AMC Theaters were the most aggressive in reopening with plans to have all 27 of its theaters open within the next week.
Route 1 pedestrian dies after being hit by two cars Monday night
Police said both drivers stopped after they struck the pedestrian and no charges have been filed.
Murphy to allow gyms to reopen for indoor workouts Sept. 1
Additional details are expected at the governor's coronavirus briefing Wednesday afternoon.
58 arrested at ATMs after NJ cops say statewide scam unravels
Police say 20 people, mostly from New York City, were arrested at four ATMs on Tuesday as part of "suspicious activity" reported at Santander banks around the area.
Someone’s been ripping off Santander ATMs in NJ and beyond
Several arrests were confirmed in Robbinsville and Woodbridge, while other police agencies referred questions to the FBI's Newark office.