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.
Toys ‘R’ Us to shut nearly 200 stores
A dozen stores in New Jersey will be closed as the Wayne-based company prepares to come out of bankruptcy.
Seaside Heights rallies behind firefighter who lost home to fire
A GoFundMe has been established for Ray Powanda who lost nearly everything in the home shares with his mother, grandmother and girlfriend.
Long Branch quadruple homicide: What’s next for accused teen, family?
A fundraiser is scheduled for Friday to help the surviving members of the Kologi family while the case against the 16-year-old son accused of murder remains in juvenile court.
Another morning of delays for NJ Transit
NJ Transit said it canceled a total of 27 trains on Monday because of winter weather conditions.
NJ school delayed openings for January 9, 2018
Icy conditions overnight mean some districts will delay the start of classes on Tuesday.
Watch out Monday: Freezing rain means a slippery afternoon drive
Meteorologist Dan Zarrow calls freezing rain the worst kind of weather to have, especially during the afternoon commute.
NJ school early dismissals for January 8, 2018
The threat of freezing rain on Monday afternoon has some districts closing early.
NJ school closings and delayed openings for January 8, 2018
Some districts are opening early to allow extra times for students and staff to make it to class safely.
Fundraiser to help surviving members of gunned-down Long Branch family
The members of the Kologi family shot at close range by their son and brother will be laid to rest on Monday but many expenses remain.
Fire destroys former Jersey Shore inn
The wind whipped fire at the former inn is now privately owned burned for several hours before being broughy under control.
Why some NJ schools waited until last minute to call a snow day
While other colleges and school districts called off class. Rutgers University took heat for staying open for staff and faculty on Thursday despite the heavy snow and poor road conditions.
NJ school closings and delayed openings for January 5, 2018
More frigid cold and icy winds will make snow removal difficult leading to many districts to call classes for Friday.