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.
Fire erupts after Lakewood gas line struck
People have been evacuated for several blocks following the incident that happened in a residential area.
Six Flags SkyScreamer gets stuck in the cold
It was 32 degrees near Six Flags Great Adventure when the SkyScreamer got stuck at over 200 feet in the air on Sunday.
What’s open, closed on Veterans Day 2018
Many communities held their Veterans Day commemoration on Sunday, the actual holiday, but the official observation is Monday.
Atlantic City mayor punched female casino guard, sources say
The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office is investigating an "incident" involving Mayor Frank Gilliam and others at the Golden Nugget on Sunday morning.
County reverses course on measles vaccine rules for students
The Ocean County Health Department said state policy gives schools autonomy to exclude children with vaccine exemptions during an outbreak.
Elderly man beaten by mugger at Parkway rest stop
State Police say the man was punched and pushed to the floor and his wallet stolen early Thursday morning at the Cheesequake service area.
Family launches search for dementia patient who left NJ facility
The family of Bu Quatch will mount a search of their own on Saturday for the missing 65-year-old man.
Cranford teacher threatened to ‘shoot up’ school over special ed class
Matthew Acosta, 33, of Kenilworth, was arrested last Friday by Cranford police for making a terroristic threat against the school.
Kim meets voters as 3rd district remains too close to call
Democrat Andy Kim felt confident enough in his declaration of victory to meet voters and reporters at a diner as a count of mail-in and provisional ballots continued.
A month after DWI bust at Rutgers, ICE still holding NJ man in jail
A man arrested on a DUI charge at Rutgers University has been held for over a month by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement at its detention center in Elizabeth.