I am New Jersey 101.5's Afternoon News Anchor. I was formerly Senior Producer of Morning News and Special Programming here for four years, and Evening News Anchor for another three. I'm proud to be a member of our on-air and digital teams which have been honored with a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, and also by the New Jersey and Keystone chapters of the Society of Professional Journalists and the New Jersey Broadcasters Association. I got my start in radio at The College of New Jersey, on student-run WTSR-FM, and graduated from TCNJ in 2009. Before coming to 101.5, I did news and sports for WGHT-AM in Pompton Lakes and WYNY-FM in Milford, PA. In a previous life as a child actor, I appeared in the Broadway cast of "Beauty and the Beast" from 1994 to 1996. I live in Hunterdon County with my wife, Kristen, and our poodle, Archie.
Monmouth wants to be ‘stigma-free’ about mental health, addition
Local lawmakers believe that the county's number of overdose deaths can be driven down if those in danger are made to feel more comfortable talking about their personal demons.
NJ high school referees to get diversity lesson from NFL
Stretching the virtual event to two days will afford expanded opportunities for everyone involved to get their say.
Terror cells on social media to be met by NJ lawmaker’s ‘arsenal’
The new proposal is made up of three main components, including what Rep. Josh Gottheimer hopes will be bipartisan legislation.
Been staying in? You probably want to fix a lot around your home
Homeowners have been investing their extra time, and money if they have it, in making improvements to their living space.
Bags full of hygienic items are blessings to NJ’s homeless
Each of these gallon-size Ziplocs contains water, snacks, socks, a toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, lotion, deodorant, and a razor.
Stopping violence before it starts is goal of NJ lawmaker’s bill
Most of this year's racial justice protests in New Jersey have been fair, emotional, and nonviolent, but protests in other states have not been.
NJ dentists urge it’s safe to visit them now — and it’s necessary
We've been told since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to limit touching our faces, especially our eyes, noses, and mouths, but what about someone else touching your mouth?
Google helps with homework answers, hurts exam scores, study says
The number of students who scored lower on exams than their homework jumped by more than 40% between 2008 and 2017, according to research done at Rutgers University.
Employers slow hiring, say they know which grads they want
A new survey finds 63% of business leaders who actively recruit new employees have either slowed or altogether halted those processes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thwarting virtual ‘bombings’ is the aim of NJ lawmaker’s new bill
The legislation seeks to ensure these kinds of inappropriate interruptions don't happen — and if they do, that the people who perpetrate them are caught and punished.