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 Transit’s next director comes from consulting firm, report says
NJ Transit's next executive director, if confirmed by the agency's board of directors, would have a number of issues to deal with, from customer service to staffing to the installation of positive train control.
Murphy wants to know how NJ Transit fell ‘so far, so fast’
Gov Phil Murphy orders an audit, says it needs to be "boiled down to its essentials and then put back together."
Crisco can’t stop Eagles fans from victory celebration
Philadelphia Police thought putting Crisco on street poles would keep Eagles fans grounded during their victory celebration. Think again.
Where can you get Eagles NFC championship gear?
Be the first to grab Eagles championship shirts and hats by heading to select stores in South Jersey.
MacArthur: Compromise on both sides will end shutdown
Rep. Tom MacArthur also proposed legislation that would make sure members of the military are paid during future shutdowns.
Toms River Council to vote on buying troubled motel
Police responded to 750 complaints at the hotel in the past two years many of which involved drugs, weapons and thefts.
Seaside Heights rallies behind firefighter who lost home to fire
A GoFundMe has been established for Ray Powanda who lost nearly everything in the home shares with his mother, grandmother and girlfriend.
Boyfriend charged after car plunges into river, killing NJ woman
Stephanie White, 23, drowned after her boyfriend, Jacob T. Garrett, 24, crashed his car into the Delaware River.
Expelling Jersey girl for racist rant was wrong, free-speech advocates say
Civil rights advocates contend that offensive speech, under the First Amendment, shouldn't be banned.
At least 7 Columbus statues vandalized in NJ — Homeland Security investigates
Six statues of the Italian explorer have been damaged with a note left at one threatening more will be targeted.