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.
National Donut Day: Where to get free treats in NJ
Unlike many "days" celebrated on a daily basis that are made up, National Donut Day has historical origins.
Make-A-Wish Foundation in NJ grants its 10,000th wish
The 8-year-old girl who whose wish was granted is afflicted with an illness so rare it doesn't have a name.
Amber Alert: 11-month-old boy found but father still on the run
George Berry kicked down the door of his son's mother's home, punched her in the face, and took off with the boy, police said.
Seaside Heights administrator vows to deny club a liquor license
Four calls for underage drinking and six overdoses at Karma on Sunday night led Borough Administrator Christopher J. Vaz to make the threat.
Red Bank man found stabbed to death in street, prosecutor says
Andrew Hill was a first responder in Red Bank and a firefighter in Middletown. He was found stabbed to death on a Red Bank street on Sunday morning.
Heavy rain floods roads, knocks out power across NJ
Warm temperatures and high humidity on Saturday fueled the storms that resulted in several inches of rain on Sunday.
Ouch! Stinging jellyfish make their return to Jersey Shore
The sting from its 60 to 90 tentacles can produce severe pain and other localized symptoms and, in some cases, result in hospitalization.
NJ state troopers target unsafe driving Memorial Day weekend
State Police troopers will be deployed on special details targeting aggressive driving, speeding, seatbelt usage, cell phone usage, distracted driving and DWI.
Should NJ upgrade school bus seat belt law?
In the wake of the Paramus school bus crash and an NTSB reccomendation a state Senator hopes his proposal for shoulder belts on New Jersey school buses will become a reality.
Councilman in cemetery sex bust tells cop: ‘I’m a major figure’
Spring Lake Heights Councilman Robert Merriken was censured at Monday night's council meeting and faces removal from the council if he missed the fourth meeting unexcused since he arrest in April.
Couple caught having sex in Jersey Shore church garden, cops say
Anthony Getchius and Noelle Smart weren't praying when a priest found them beneath a statue of the Virgin Mary in a Seaside Heights church's garden.
Where was New Jersey’s Powerball jackpot winning ticket sold?
The were also 4 winners of $50,000 each for matching four numbers plus the powerball. Two of those tickets applied the Power Play and tripled their winnings to $150,000 each.