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.
Love the Circus Drive-in? Here’s how you can ‘heartbomb’ iconic landmark
"Whoever is going to buy that property will see how much will see how much the community loves it," said the organizer of the campaign.
NJ’s ‘snow bomb’ hits NJ hard, with lots of crashes on the roads: LIVE UPDATES
Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said the snow is moving out of New Jersey from west to east but the storm isn't quite done
Under sun and warm temperatures, NJ preps for snow
Heavy snow could easily bring down power lines during the morning commute on Thursday.
Friend confesses: Sarah Stern murder was planned for 6 months, prosecutor says
Suspects Preston Taylor and Liam McAtasney moved into an apartment together a month before Sarah Stern's death.
New evidence turns up as search for Sarah Stern’s body continues
Two pieces of evidence could further connect suspects Liam McAtasney and Preston Taylor to the death of Sarah Stern.
UPDATE: 2 charged in death of missing Jersey Shore woman
Two men were arrested two months after her car was found on a bridge over the Shark River in Belmar.
Couple killed when car rear ended on Parkway
The couple were pronounced dead at the scene after their stopped car was hit from behind in the center lane.
Final act for Jersey Shore’s Circus Drive In could come soon
An effort to make the longtime Jersey Shore restaurant a historic site is a long shot.
MAJOR NJ Transit problems — Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast lines suspended
NJ Transit was cross honoring tickets with PATH and private bus carriers as other options to get commuters home.
Roof ripped off, train lines suspended, power outages as nor’easter kicks into gear
Winds have gusted to near 60 mph along the Jersey Shore, where thousands have no power.
After the march: Women look to keep the message alive in NJ
Thousands turn out for events across the country and many hope to keep their message alive well past past Saturday's march.
STANDOFF: Man barricaded inside Jersey Shore home
The Ocean County sheriff said the man is "despondent."