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.
More protests in NJ remain calm with cops joining and listening
Chalk drawings, hugs and dancing were part of peaceful protests about the death of George Floyd while in police custody across New Jersey on Tuesday.
‘Today is Atlantic City at it’s worst’ mayor says about looting
A city building used to prepare meals for seniors was also vandalized and food stolen, according to Mayor Marty Small.
Scammer in PPE tricked people out of thousands in 4 NJ towns, cops say
Over 100 seniors statewide have been defrauded of nearly $1 million in the past three months in similar scams, according to South Brunswick police chief Raymond Hayducka.
Clementon church holds indoor service, no tickets issued
The Bible Baptist Church in Clementon teamed up with another church to hold services despite Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order prohibiting indoor religious services.
Credit card data theft devices found at Stop & Shop stores in NJ
The data collected from credit card chips can be cloned onto magnetic strips.
Stop leaving your s–t at the parks, pissed NJ officials say
"Go before you go" is good advice to heed when visiting a state or county park.
State says no NJ live graduations during ‘stay at home’ order
State Police and education officials said "wave parades" and any in-person ceremonies should be postponed until after pandemic restrictions are lifted.
Nordstrom to close store at Freehold Raceway Mall
The store will not reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic and will close for good by August.
Lake in NJ closes after one day over crowds not social distancing
A mayor in Ocean County opted to send crowds home from Lake Horicon, rather than issue tickets for violating Gov. Phil Murphy's emergency order against public gatherings.
Carteret mayor wants Amazon plant closed after virus spreads among workers
Carteret mayor Daniel Reiman wants the fulfillment center temporarily closed for a thorough cleaning and testing for all 1,500 workers.