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.
Fire damages Brock Farms storage building
The fire sent thick black smoke into the air from the farm on Route 9 in Freehold Township.
Mega Millions jackpot grows to annuity of $367 million
New Jersey has already had Mega Millions and Powerball winners this year.
Taking NJ Transit to weekend Shore activities? Think again
PTC work and a reduced schedule on the North Jersey Coast Line means crowded trains for the Sea.Hear. Now Festival in Asbury Park and Red Bank's annual Oyter Fest.
Dad charged days after baby found in Lakewood street
Police said the 10-month-old baby crawled 140 feet from the front door of his home to the street.
Wanda Sykes tells Trump jokes at Count Basie, fans walk out
Comedian Wanda Sykes has made no secret of her dislike of the current president in past performances and was booed off a stage in Boston two years ago over a Trump joke.
NJ school district to parents: Keep kids off social media until 13
Manalapan-Englishtown superintendent Dr. John Marciante said children are not emotionally ready to handle apps as proven by a disagreement in a chat room that led to a threat against an elementary school.
Student brings Airsoft gun to Ocean Gate school
Ocean Gate Superintendent Frank B. Vanalesti said the school's resource officer responded quickly and police were at the school within miniutes.
‘Springsteen’ imposter scam costs woman $11K
The woman was convinced she was helping "Bruce Springsteen" ship gold from Dubai by sending him over $11,000 in checks and money orders.
Welcome to … ‘Lavalette?’ Um, there’s no such place, DOT
A recently installed sign on the Mathis Bridge into Seaside Heights incorrectly spelled the name of a shore town.
Hate crime vandalism investigation at Monmouth Jewish center
Mayor Jonathan Hornik directed police to use "all necessary resources available" to find out who was behind the graffiti which appeared in in a tree and on a street.
NJ Transit cutting 18 more trains — and reducing fares, too
The schedule changes take effect on October 14 and will last for three months while the fare discount will be applied starting in November.
Navy airman from NJ killed by propeller on aircraft
Joseph Min Naglak died on Monday on board the USS George H.W. Bush.