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.
Rumson grad found with AR-15, bomb making material, police say
Police were tipped off after a Walmart at an upstate New York Walmart became suspicious of purchases made by Maximilien R. Reynolds
Questions remain as Toys R Us closes stores
The iconic chain will close 740 stores, including 36 in New Jersey but it's not known when the liquidation sale starts and how long gift cards will be honored.
What NJ students said during walkouts against gun violence
Students in New Jersey walked out of class as part of the National School Walkout Day on the one month anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Man accused of killing 10-year-old was a role model, lawyer says
His lawyer also denies that Karon Council was involved in gang activity or was a "street thug."
Walkouts Wednesday at schools throughout NJ — only some allow it
The National School Walkout marks the one-month anniversary of the Florida high school shooting that left 17 dead.
Will utilities meet Saturday deadline to restore power?
There's not a lot of optimism that JCP&L will meet its goal of restoring all customers who have been without power for over a week in a hard hit Hunterdon County town.
Beware of Route 37 delays, DWI stops for St. Pat’s Parade
Drivers not only have one lane into Seaside Heights but DUI patrols all weekend all over the Shore.v
Ocean County’s largest drug bust in 30 years nets $3M haul
Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato said the investigation, which he called the largest drug bust in Ocean County in the past 30 years, led from Ocean County to Monmouth County and throughout the state.
Patience wearing thin after week without power in NJ
The mayor of one township said residents realize that living in a rural community comes can come with a price during harsh storms.
Power off after back-to-back storms — Who gets lights back on first?
Crews from JCP&L, Atlantic City Electric and PSE&G are back on the job restoring power to thousands who lost power on Wednesday and those out for nearly a week.
Roads, power, NJ Transit — Essential snow information for March 8
The dig-out and cleanup is on in New Jersey after Wednesday's nor'easter, impacting the roads, rails, and thousands still without power.
NJ roads a mess, buses canceled for evening snow commute
Intense snow made for a challenging afternoon commute on Wednesday.