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.
American Idol’s Gianna Isabella needs your vote to make top 10
Your vote will help determine Gianna Isabella's future on Fox's "American Idol."
Thousands in New Jersey remain in dark after storms
Wednesday nights' gusty winds and heavy rains have left the area but are still having an impact on New Jersey with power outages and flooded roadways.
Cara McCollum, Miss New Jersey 2013, dies from car crash injuries
The 24-year-old, badly hurt in the crash last week, chose to donate her organs.
How cold is it in New Jersey Sunday? REALLY cold
Temperatures dipped below 0 in some parts of the state, even down to -10 at High Point Monument.
Lawyer: Response to Howell hockey fight puts all refs at risk
The Shore Conference hockey tournament barely avoided a boycott of Howell games after referees initially refused to take part.
Jackson’s Gianna Isabella gives first ‘Idol’ performance (WATCH)
Gianna Isabella from Jackson continued her journey on Fox's American Idol with a performance the judges said was good, but could be better.
NJ high school sends ‘Idol’ contestant Gianna Isabella back to Hollywood with a rally
Jackson Memorial High School gave Gianna Isabella a rousing sendoff to Hollywood as she continues her journey on Fox's "American Idol."
NJ Transit strike could shut down trains in one month
Union says "no progress" made in negotiations as both sides acknowledge they're bracing for a strike.
Pit bull puppies may have been exposed to rabies in Monmouth County
Three people have been bit by a rabid dog, and a fourth had close contact — and now other puppies may be at risk.
Jackson’s Gianna Isabella makes American Idol’s Top 24
"It's made me grow as a performer. I feel through this whole process I've become more comfortable," Isabella told New Jersey 101.5.
Point Pleasant home burns in 2-alarm blaze
As of about 10:30 a.m. Saturday, the fire was still continuing.
How the heck did sonic booms rattle several states so many times?
Was it just one plane? Was it several? And how could it possibly be felt from New Jersey to Connecticut and beyond? An expert answers.