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.
Popcorn Park Zoo mourns the death of Caesar the Tiger
"He was just always young at heart all the time. We were just very fortunate he shared his life with us," Popcorn Park Zoo director John Bergman said about the 20 year old tiger.
Pandemic over by summer? Big concerts, events planned at NJ venues
Planning for outdoor concerts and the Festival of Ballooning continue in hopes that capacities will be lifted as the state's vaccination goal is met.
Tolls increase on 295 Between NJ & PA, Starting in Mid-April
The tolls will go up a second time in 2024 to offset a drop in revenues because of less commuting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Wildfire in Lakewood was intentionally set, investigators say
The fire that charred 167 acres along the Garden State Parkway took 24 hours to contain.
‘Help is Here’ — First lady Jill Biden visiting Burlington County school
The American Recovery Plan will send $10.1 billion in state and local aid to New Jersey along with $1,400 direct payments to many Americans.
Walmart, Sam’s Club locations add COVID-19 vaccinations
Anyone 65 and over can make an appointment by calling a store's pharmacy.
Cash not welcome at Six Flags Great Adventure this season
Only credit cards and mobile payment will be accepted for purchases at restaurants, retail stores, games, ticket windows and parking toll booths.
Roads, power, NJ Transit — Thursday’s essential snow information
Travel conditions will deteriorate quickly Thursday morning as snow spreads across the state, according to New Jersey 101.5 chief meteorologist Dan Zarrow.
NJ school delayed openings schedule changes —Thursday, Feb. 18
An all day storm that starts as heavy snow Thursday morning turns to a wintry mix in the afternoon, creating sloppy travel conditions.
Rite Aid will offer COVID-19 vaccine next week
CVS, Walmart and ShopRite locations in New Jersey will also be offering the vaccine at retail locations by appointment when supply becomes available.