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.
School driver does more than 80 mph on Parkway — Police, company investigate
It's the third school bus caught on video hitting speeds of at least 80 mph on a New jersey highway.
School closes, light rail trains suspended, downed wires in heavy NJ storm
Townsquare Media New Jersey Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said the final push of heavy rain and gusty wind crossed the state just in time for the morning commute.
Marijuana candy for Halloween? NJ prosecutor says watch out this year
The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office warned of a "significant presence of marijuana candy and other edible forms in New Jersey and nearby states" which poses a risk to users.
Beloved Jersey Shore restaurant burns down, and family ‘devastated’
Owner Johann "John" Schneider said his family needs to look at the remains landmark restaurant before deciding on rebuilding.
Fire destroys landmark Jersey Shore restaurant
Flames broke out at the 54-year-old Schneider's Restaurant early Saturday morning.
After mishap, Devils fans help young singer complete national anthem
New Jersey Devils fans immediately jumped in and finished the national anthem during Friday night's game.
1 dead in 3-vehicle crash on Route 18 near Marlboro/Old Bridge
Two pick up trucks and a car were involved in the crash on Route 18 in Marlboro Saturday morning.
Teen charged in Middletown High School North cyber threat
Police said that the juvenile's family has been co-operative in their investigation and was the only suspect in the case.
Here’s how you can help Belmar Good Samaritan
Kristian Falkenstein helped a swimmer out of the water that had been churned up by Hurricane Maria, and wound up with a big medical bill.
Nick Cannon curses, humps stool at Catholic school in NJ: ‘I ain’t apologizing for s***!’
A Georgian Court University student said Nick Cannon, the former host of NBC's "America's Got Talent," used vulgar language on stage.
Historical Society says Asbury Park should keep segregationist founder’s statute
The Asbury Park Historical Society said the shortcomings of the city's founder should be acknowledged and called him "flawed but brilliant."
Woman drowns at Seaside Park beach continuing deadly weekend on the shore
Dozens of swimmers who ignored red flags and warnings of very rough surf at Jersey Shore beaches also had to be rescued on Sunday.