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.
Cab driver who vanished in September found dead in Belmar lake
Wayne Kovacs was last seen on September 23 and reported missing on October 7, according to police.
Woman dumps 20 cats, 30 more found in squalor, Monmouth officials say
An additional 51 cats living in "absolutely deplorable" conditions were removed from a Howell house on Wednesday.
No 14-day quarantine? Murphy says he wasn’t that close to infected staff
Gov. Murphy and his wife hope to end their quarantine after less than a week. A meaningful close contact would have required a 14-day quarantine.
State waits after unions lose fight to stop NJ from naming disciplined cops
No names will be released until Nov. 30 or until the state Supreme Court makes a decision.
Most lawsuits over New Jersey’s vote-by-mail election resolved
Several lawsuits were filed relating to the unprecedented election.
Man shot ex’s boyfriend in the head: 40-year sentence
Miguel Camara admitted in July to walking into a restaurant. shooting Marco Moreira in the head and trying to shoot his ex-girlfriend.
Gunman tried to rob people in their cars near Lakewood banks, cops say
Ivan Jaquez, 19, of Lakewood also pointed a gun at several people, according to a report.
Lack of cooperation keeps Monmouth U. from tracing ‘super-spreader event’
Monmouth University will resume a hybrid schedule on Wednesday after a September "super-spreader event" was believed to have resulted in numerous cases of COVID-19 among students.
Fumes from coronavirus cleaning evacuates Lakewood apartments
One person was hospitalized for exposure to a disinfectant that left a haze on the building's third floor.
NJ cops: ‘For the Children’ candidate stole $560K from customers
Anthony Goltsch, who was charged with three counts of theft in September, is a member of the Manchester Board of Education.