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.
New Jersey election will be mostly by mail, Murphy confirms
Several boards of Freeholders are opposed to mostly mail-in elections over concerns of fraud and the cost to their counties.
Educators plea to Murphy: Don’t open any schools in-person yet
Three education organizations say a decision about public health cannot be left to the state's 600 school districts.
Another ‘knucklehead party’ — 500 told to leave house in Howell
Howell police said most people were compliant and left but some lingered and urinated on property and vehicles.
NJ Transit on Thursday: Trains suspended or on weekend schedules
NJ Transit continues to pick up the pieces left by Tropical Storm Isaias on Tuesday, with suspended or weekend service continuing Thursday on all but one rail line.
Isasis damage: 1 million without power, some may be out for days
Utilities are not ready to give an estimate on when the power will be restored for the majority of its customers.
NJ Transit suspends rail service due to Isaias
Rail tickets and passes are being cross-honored by PATH at Newark Penn Station, Hoboken and 33rd St, NJ Transit light rail, bus, private carrier buses and PATCO.
Dozens of Rutgers football players now positive for COVID-19, report says
Gov. Phil Murphy said the cases are likely from a house party and not athletic activity during the team's summer practice sessions.
Tornado touches down in New Jersey as Isaias hits state
Thousand were without power Tuesday morning as winds gust to more than 50 mph, with heavy rains.
TCNJ goes all virtual for fall, Rider sets deadline to decide
Rider University set a deadline of August 17 for the state to move to phase 3 of the its "Road Back" plan or it will go virtual as well.
NJ Festival of Ballooning grounded by coronavirus pandemic
"How irresponsible would it be to bring in 150,000 plus people who might be responsible for a spread?"