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.
FIND THEM: 2 men left unexploded bomb on Chelsea street, FBI says
The FBI wants to talk to two men who left the exploded bomb on a Manhattan street last Saturday.
Men ‘walking on the side of the angels’ carried Elizabeth bombs 1,000 feet
Two men who came across a backpack in a garbage can in Elizabeth on Sunday are lucky to be alive.
WANTED: Elizabeth man sought in Chelsea bombing; 5 bombs were found in Elizabeth
The FBI is looking for an Elizabeth man in connection with the Saturday bombing in Chelsea.
Bomb explodes near Elizabeth train station; another four found
The discovery of 5 explosive devices in Elizabeth near a train trestle caused the shutdown of NJ Transit and Amtrak service on the Northeast Corridor early Monday.
Belmar festival canceled; no connection between NYC, Seaside explosions, police say
No connection has been made between Saturday's explosions in Seaside Park and New York City, but the San Gennaro Festival in Belmar has been canceled.
Trash can bomb explodes on route of Seaside Park military charity race
The explosion prompted other Jersey Shore towns to sweep public trash cans and add security to their own events Saturday. The Festival of the Sea in Point Pleasant Beach was also canceled.
Drivers in school bus/FedEx road rage video could face ‘litany’ of charges
The school bus and FedEx tractor trailer driver seen in a viral road rage video face a "litany" of charges.
6-year-old girl badly hurt by falling soccer goal in Howell
Howell Police said the net fell over at Howell Middle School North when a gust of wind picked it up and blew it onto the girl.
Fire consumes home in Bradley Beach Monday morning
Flames broke out early Monday morning at a three story home in Bradley Beach.
NJ teacher reportedly hid under desk from demons but won’t have to take psych test
A New Brunswick teacher who once hid under a desk because she said demons were after her does not have to take a psychiatric exam requested by the Board of Education.
‘We got lucky': Shore towns don’t regret storm prep
Hermine still poses a threat to the Jersey Shore but it's mostly at the beach.
Expected beach conditions for Monday, September 5