I'm the Digital News Reporter for NJ101.5.com covering news from all over the great Garden State. With the exception of a year in Hartford, and six months in Amish Country, I've spent my whole life in New Jersey, and wouldn't have it any other way. I've covered everywhere from Somerset County to the Jersey Shore, and am now looking forward to looking at the whole state. I'm a proud father, a lifelong Mets fan, and longtime lover of college and New Jersey high school wrestling.
New Jersey rings in the new year with a new area code
Central and South Jersey is running out of 609 numbers.
NJ town gives up legal fight over Jewish boundary installation
A resolution up for adoption says allowing the Eruv would "prevent the further expenditure of exorbitant amounts of legal fees."
Child rapist among 101 foreigners arrested in NJ last week
The people arrested included people in the country illegally who have been convicted of violent crimes, sex crimes, and drug crimes.
Paterson cops going door to door to find woman believed abducted
Authorities have been unable to locate Shanaya Coley or her car since she was reported missing last Tuesday.
Who are they? 236 bodies in NJ remain a mystery
A State Police database lists all the unidentified cases from 17 counties.
Affordable Care Act deadline this week: Are you covered?
The deadline to apply for coverage through the national marketplace is December 15. Those without coverage face a fine at the end of the year.
Rutgers prof who called Judaism ‘most racist religion in the world’ on Facebook discipline…
Rutgers Professor Michael Chikindas has been removed from his position with the Center for Digestive Health and faces further discipline from the school.
Squirrels ‘completely ruining’ Maplewood family’s good deed for delivery workers
The Boudreaux family typically lays out a tray of treats for people who deliver packages to their door. Now squirrels are taking some of the best stuff.
NJ woman charged with DWI doesn’t know how sign went through car
Police say Mary Vazquez hit a new Jersey Transit sign in Secaucus and kept driving until she was stopped in South Hackensack
Is purple-pink tap water safe to drink? NJ officials say yes!
Customers of the Trenton Water Works who noticed their water was a pale, clear hue of purple were not in any danger, utility and state officials said Wednesday.