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’s Martha O’Donovan remains in brutal prison over tweet
Congressman Leonard Lance said her situation is a priority to him as she remains imprisoned in a women's jail called Africa's worst.
NJ pols react to Texas church shooting
Members of New Jersey's congressional delegation called for Congress to take action against gun violence.
NJ woman faces 20 years in African prison for tweeting about president
Martha O'Donovan is accused of undermining the authority of the government with a single tweet critical of its president.
Rocks thrown from overpass hit multiple cars on Route 1
The rocks appear to have been thrown off a railroad trestle over Route 1, where the posted speed limit is 50 mph.
Driving and listening to music, NJ teen’s SUV ends up 4 feet off ground
Police said the 17-year-old's doesn't remember why his SUV crossed the yellow line and off the road.
North Jersey man killed in NYC terror attack was cycling to stay healthy
Darren Drake recently dropped 90 pounds and was riding his bike between meetings.
As NJ beefs up security, there’s an easy way everyone can help stop terror
New Jersey communities and agencies beefed up security following the deadly attack Tuesday in Manhattan.
Mercer County Parks administrator used charity to rip off taxpayers, NJ says
Kevin Bannon was indicted on charges that he diverted funds from the county to the Friends of Mercer County Parks.
NJ hospital executive charged with running naked, masturbating on campus
Gerald "Jay" Picerno of RWJBarnabas Health was connected to several incidents around the University of Delaware campus.
Jackson faces additional lawsuit claiming discrimination
Agudath Israel of America claimed in its amendment to an existing lawsuit that a September vote by Jackson's township council, clarifying a right-of-way, represents discrimination against Orthodox Jewish residents.