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.
NJ police on patrol for impaired driving all Thanksgiving weekend
Two checkpoints will be set up on Wednesday, one of the year's biggest nights of drinking, according to police.
Woman who killed NJ teen in hit-and-run could get early prison release
"I just have to do everything I can do on my end to keep this animal in her cage," Danielle Procopio said as she fights a possible reduction of the sentence of Toni Ann Marletta, the driver charged in connection with her daughter Marissa's death.
Best pizza in NJ … from NYC? Artichoke Pizza opening 5 NJ locations
CBS loves it, and The New York post says this is the perfect slice for a boozy night out.
Car crashes, woman drowns — 4 deaths on NJ highways in 1 weekend
Two people died in separate crashes on Route 18 and a man was killed trying to cross Route 9 in Sayreville on Saturday night.
Arrest made in fatal Mercer County Applebee’s shooting
Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri did not disclose a motive for the shooting of Devin Smith at Applebee's in Lawrence Township.
Pedestrian killed crossing Route 9 as deadly NJ weekend continues
At least four people have died in crashes on New Jersey roads since Friday night, including two in Sayreville.
NJ tavern that turned off NFL for Veterans Day, will keep games off indefinitely
Woody's Roadside Tavern will continue to blackout NFL games until every player stands during the national anthem.
Crazy crash: Pickup flips onto Toms River front yard
The driver was trying to avoid hitting a car that stopped suddenly in front of him, police said.
Rutgers fires women’s swim coach over bullying tactics, report says
Head coach Petra Martin's coaching methods, including weight shaming and verbal abuse, were described as "Mike Rice tactics" by one parent.
School driver does more than 80 mph on Parkway — Police, company investigate
It's the third school bus caught on video hitting speeds of at least 80 mph on a New jersey highway.