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.
Wildwood Crest beaches ban smoking of tobacco — and marijuana
Ordinances banning smoking on the beach and rejecting the sale and distribution of marijuana both take effect on July 7.
Tuckerton man’s laser interfered with NJ rescue helicopter, troopers say
Lasers can temporarily blind a pilot and knowingly aiming one at an aircraft is a federal crime.
NASA will try launch of rocket that could be visible over NJ on Wednesday
Winds and clouds wind postponed the fifth attempt to launch the Black Brant XII rocket from Virginia.
Anti-mask NJ school nurse loses job: Stafford school board votes her out
Erin Pein said she will continue to advocate against children being required to wear masks and is planning several rallies.
NJ says $300 unemployment supplement glitch fixed, will continue
Gov. Phil Murphy said the benefit will continue in New Jersey despite being blamed for making it more attractive for potential job hires to stay home rather than get work.
Postponed rocket launch could be visible over NJ on Monday night
Chances are good of having a partial view of Monday night's rocket launch around 8 p.m. are good.
Driver who dropped cigarette hits people, cars, mailbox in Toms River
Michele Ventriglia drifted to the left and sent two people walking a dog to hospital looking for a cigarette in her lap.
NJ customer sues over McDonald’s burger wrapper with fecal matter
A Millville mom and her daughter are still suffering anxiety and severe emotional distress over the January incident.
Rocket launch could be visible over New Jersey on Saturday night
If the rain ends early enough and the clouds clear you could see two green-violet clouds about ten minutes into the launch early Saturday night.
$15 an hour wage, tuition, hoagies: How employers are attracting new hires
Some businesses owners are using their own personal savings to increase wages for employees and new hires,according to NJBIA CEO Michele Siekerka.
No appointment, no problem: Where to get walk-in vaccines in NJ
There's more COVID-19 vaccine available than ever in the state as the push is on to reach Gov. Phil Murphy's goal of 4.7 million fully vaccinated New Jersey adults in order to lift mandates and restrictions.
NJ Lottery can’t show drawings on TV after COVID emergency
The lottery's critical staff and game drawings are in a temporary location while their headquarters is cleaned.