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.
Fastest NJ school vehicle yet? Clocked at 90 on Parkway
In the fourth video this fall, a school vehicle with "Kids on Board" hits the fastest speed yet.
Light snowfall creates big impact on NJ’s Thursday commute
New Jersey awoke to a light snowfall that was enough to delay the openings of some schools and cover the roads.
How much snow fell in New Jersey on Saturday?
The "jackpot" for total snowfall on Saturday was in Middlesex County, according to meteorologist Dan Zarrow
First snow of the season coming: What to expect on NJ roads, trains
Crews put plows on their trucks, filled up with sand and pre-treated roads with brine on Friday.
Thieves steal Oxycodone, not cash, from drug store at gunpoint
The pair of suspects did not demand any cash in the early Monday robbery.
Club used as Bada Bing in ‘Sopranos’ loses liquor license over crime ties
The Division of Alcohol Beverage Control contends Anthony Cardinalle still handles issues for the Satin Club despite being criminally ineligible.
Veteran Neptune Township police officer dies while off-duty
Neptune Township Police Chief James Hunt said the officer would have marked 20 years on the job in January.
Smiling ‘Grinch’ steals Christmas trees from North Jersey porch
The homeowner told police she didn't know the woman who got into a cab after the theft.
Squirrel! Cams catch ‘vandal’ who knocked out Sea Girt’s Christmas lights
Vandals were not to blame for knocking out power to the Sea Girt Christmas light display
Student found with handgun, kicked out of NJ school for a year
The school's investigation found no evidence the student intended to use the weapon or harm or threaten anyone.
‘Springsteen on Broadway’ adds another (born to) run
If you had a code from previous sales, you are one step closer to getting tickets to the added performances.
Paying it forward: NJ woman raises more than $300,000 for homeless man
Kate McClure will also be accepting donations of clothing and toiletries at the ShopRite supermarket in Burlington on Saturday.