I'm the deputy digital editor for NJ1015.com. I got my start writing obits for The Jersey Journal (just like John Travolta in "Perfect," a 1985 movie you've never seen). I then spent years covering Central Jersey as an investigative reporter. I take it personally if you badmouth Newark, the Real Housewives, or Rutgers.
Was NJ man arrested for trying to take an iPad to ‘lost and found’?
A New Jersey man who was charged with stealing an unattended iPad says he was only trying to return it to NJ Transit's "lost and found."
MAP: Where Murphy, Guadagno, 3rd parties got the most votes in NJ
After eight years of Chris Christie, New Jersey voters on Tuesday chose a Democrat as their next governor. See how your county decided the election.
Camden cop leaves hospital after being shot — Suspect arrested 10 times in 2 years
Patrick O'Hanlon was released Saturday afternoon from Cooper Hospital with family by his side.
Another racist campaign flyer hits NJ — and candidate says it’s fake
On the same week that a bigoted school board campaign mailer in Edison made national news, another racist attack ad hit the streets in a different municipality.
NJ teen’s skull fractured in fight over girl’s nude pics, reports say
Authorities in Ridgewood are investigating a series of fights involving high school students and social media.
Belmar Dairy Queen fires injured teen in brutal, ice-cold text message
The owner of a local Dairy Queen apologized after his brother fired a teenage worker who couldn't show up to work because of an injured ankle.
NJ cops charged with beating innocent man on fire, shooting during speed chase
Four Jersey City police officers are facing a long list of serious criminal charges in connection with a June incident caught on video.
Deport the Asian candidates, political mailer tells voters in diverse NJ town
It's an attack ad that nearly every political group in Edison is denouncing but nobody seems to be taking credit for.
Wrap it up, NJ! These towns have the most sexually transmitted diseases
Cases of sexually transmitted diseases and infections have been rising in New Jersey in recent years, alarming health officials and lawmakers.
NJ refs quit game after high school players kneel during anthem
Several players with Monroe High School have been kneeling all season, following similar demonstration by professional players in the NFL.