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.
Six Flags Great Adventure opening delayed because of storms
JCP&L used the parking lot of the second-largest theme park in America as a staging area in anticipation of power outages.
Teacher taught daughter ‘3 good reasons for slavery,’ mom says
The mother said she always taught her children that slavery was bad.
‘March For Our Lives’ — NJ teens, Murphy to demand gun control
Nearly a dozen events will take place in New Jersey during the March For Our Lives in Washington on Saturday.
Kidde recalls dual sensor smoke alarms
A yellow cap left inside the unit may render it useless and needs to be replaced.
Deja vu: Nor’easter knocks out power for thousands
This time JCP&L and Atlantic CIty Electric have the most outages to restore.
Roads, power, NJ Transit — Essential snow information for March 22
The fourth nor'easter of the month brought heavy, wet snow, and left behind lots of fallen trees and power lines.
NJ closings, delayed openings for Thursday, March 22
As districts exceed their allotted snow days for this year, superintendents will weigh their options carefully for Thursday.
NJ storm: What commuters should expect for Wednesday afternoon
The storm will be at its worst during the afternoon commute creating nightmarish conditions, according to meteorologist Dan Zarrow
What we know about the Princeton gunman who died in standoff
Customers and employees fled the Panera around 10 a.m Tuesday after the man entered with a weapon.
Roads, power, NJ Transit — Essential snow information for March 21
Schools and state offices are closed and power companies are ready for New Jersey's fourth nor'easter this month.