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
Forget NJ’s quarantine list. Just don’t travel, Murphy says
Practically the entire United States was on the quarantine list.
Murphy as NJ’s coronavirus cases double: Don’t travel. Mostly.
“I would just plead with people to use common sense,” Murphy said.
Trump’s NJ fundraiser: State trying to get a handle on how many were exposed
President Donald Trump was told before coming to Bedminster that he'd been exposed the novel coronavirus. His own positive test was announced hours later.
Scholarship for broadcast students: $1,000 from NJ 101.5
In Erik’s Van Ness memory, Townsquare Media is proud to present a memorial scholarship in the hope of fostering the kind of creativity and passion he inspired in us.
New Jersey’s 750 victims of 9/11 — We’ll never forget them
The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 were felt by the whole country, the whole world. But nowhere more powerfully than in New York and New Jersey.
2 stabbed at Jenkinson’s Beach, in Point Pleasant Beach
"I witnessed this whole thing ... scariest moment of my life."
NJ: This is why we’re removing flags from Turnpike overpasses
The state Turnpike Authority says it can't guarantee care for flags it didn't erect itself.
NJ Indoor dining will resume Friday, Murphy announces
It's been barred since March.
Every region in NJ is safe for schools to reopen, Murphy says
Murphy said Monday 736 plans have been submitted to the state Department of Education — and 402 have been kicked back to districts for further revisions.
Almost all students will have to wear masks in school — now mandatory
The state had already recommended face coverings at all times in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.