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.
Meadowlands State Fair defends Donald Trump-inspired slogan this year
Is a slogan used by the Meadowlands State Fair funny, as the fair intended, or controversial?
How brains and beauty helped Miss New Jersey pay off her college debt
Newly crowned Miss New Jersey, Brenna Weick, will spend the summer preparing for the Miss America pageant by teaching children the dangers of cyberbullying.
Howell couple who hoarded 276 filthy dogs: We’d like a few back
"They've actually called me asking if they could have a few dogs a back and I said 'absolutely not,'" SPCA official says.
Jersey Shore Premium Outlets shooting and bombing drill involves hundreds
Hundreds of Monmouth County police and rescue agencies were part of a drill at the Jersey Shore Premium Outlets in Tinton Falls on Saturday morning,
NJ police investigate activists who released undercover teacher drug video
Howell's police chief will open two investigations related to video of middle school teacher Robert Klein talking about his cocaine use and the fake assembly staged by Project Veritas, the group that produced the video.
This is only a test: Rutgers campus freak-out after gunman alert issued
Rutgers caused a stir on Thursday morning with a campus-wide text about an "armed suspect" in the New Brunswick campus' Alexander Library. It was only a training exercise.
NJ teacher suspended after video claims to capture him bragging about drug use
A Howell middle school teacher is caught on video offering "blow" to reporters and boasting about how he avoids detection by police.
Joint Base fire causes smell, plume of smoke at Jersey Shore
A fire on the gunnery range at Fort Dix continued to burn on Wednesday morning but is contained, according to a spokesman as a second fire broke out in Lakewood.
Why NJ woman went shopping as jail guard who raped her faced justice
A former female inmate went shopping instead of being in the courtroom to hear her attacker's prison sentence.
Superintendent explains why NJ school district wasn’t able to fire ‘creepy’ teacher
The Barnegat schools superintendent is defending the way officials handled a tenure case against a coach and teacher accused of inappropriately touching female students.
How you can honor NJ’s slain Voice star, Christina Grimmie
Evesham will hold a vigil tonight. Voice coach Adam Levine has offered to pay for her funeral, and a collection is being taken up to help her family.
Tiny, dangerous jellyfish found off Jersey Shore
It's just the size of a dime, but its sting can lead to kidney failure.