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.
NRA says Lacey schools made teen take down ‘gun’ bumper sticker
ANJRPC executive director Scott Bach said the vehicle was parked on Lacey Township High School property and the student was threatened with disciplinary action if he did not remove the sticker.
Man flips car trying to avoid dog — but hits and kills dog anyway
The 34-year-old Lakewood man was trying to avoid a dog that ran into the street.
Rumson grad found with AR-15, bomb making material, police say
Police were tipped off after a Walmart at an upstate New York Walmart became suspicious of purchases made by Maximilien R. Reynolds
NJ school changes gun rule after NRA group’s lawsuit threat
The NJ chapter of the NRA said the Ocean County district quietly changed the policy in the high school student handbook after it came under fire for being unconstitutional.
How a bridge older than the Titanic could sink NJ economy
A mechanical issue on the Portal Bridge that shut down Northeast Corridor service shows the importance the century old bridge in the state's trasnportation infrastructure.
NJ district bans guns off school grounds — NRA chapter may sue
The NJ chapter of the NRA claims the Lacey Township School District violated the constitutional rights of two students.
Portal Bridge issue suspends NJ Transit service
The Portal Bridge carries around 450 trains daily between New Jersey and New York.
Questions remain as Toys R Us closes stores
The iconic chain will close 740 stores, including 36 in New Jersey but it's not known when the liquidation sale starts and how long gift cards will be honored.
NJ students face discipline over walkout participation
More than one student walked out of Sayreville War Memorial High School and await word about a threatened suspension. The ACLU's NJ chapter stands ready to intercede.
Woman attacked, almost raped while walking near Rutgers
The woman defended herself during the attack along George Avenue and the man ran off, according to police.