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.
NJ cops doing Memorial weekend checkpoints — DWI, texting, seat belts
Several police departments have announced sobriety checkpoints for this holiday weekend.
Year after terror blast, military race returns to Jersey Shore
:"We made our decision immediately and we wanted to come back bigger and strong. And the way the numbers are going so far this year it looks like there's going to be a lot more people," race director Frank Costello told New Jersey 101.5 about this 2017 race
Teen accused of killing Sarah Stern — State wants life without parole
Liam McAtasney pleaded not guilty to killing and robbing the young woman.
NJ Transit Jersey Shore service suspended after train hits person near Spring Lake
A male was fatally struck at the Church Street crossing east of the Spring Lake station, just before 6 a.m., by a train that left Bay Head moments before.
Jersey femme fatale stole men’s lux watches and wallets, police say
Yomna Fouad, a member of the Jefferson High class of 2014, is a suspect for a number of similar incidents along the East Coast, including New Jersey.
The NJ Transit ‘drunk’ train that will likely run on time this summer
According to its new schedule, NJ Transit will bring back its late night train on the North Jersey Coast Line. It leaves New York Penn Station at 1 a.m. daily starting June 25.
Dead fish wash up along shore of Jersey Shore park
The mehanden (aka peanut bunker) fish ranging in size from about three inches to five inches started floatng in the water in Red Bank's Marine Park along the Navesink River last week,
Springsteen was a ‘stone-cold draft-dodger’ … and felt guilty about it
Bruce Springsteen admitted using “tricks” to avoid going to Vietnam after close friends came home in wheelchairs but said later he felt guilty about what he did.
Jersey Shore MIT grad dies in ‘prank’ falling from library dome
Nicholas Paggi was valedictorian of the Class of 2011 at Donovan Catholic High School in Toms River and graduated from MIT in 2015
New Jersey awakened Saturday morning by loud, intense thunderstorm
The powerful storm crossed into New Jersey just before 5 a.m. moving west to east with loud thunder, intense lightning, 55 mph winds and quarter-size hail in an area between Route 80 and Route 195.
Guilty! Teen admits throwing Sarah Stern’s body off Route 35 bridge
Preston Taylor, 19, of Neptune City will testify against her accused murderer, Liam McAtasney.
Two drivers killed in South Amboy head-on crash
One of the vehicles involved was going the wrong way on Route 35 early Sunday morning, police say.