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.
Five Guys fires teen who Howell cops say called them ‘piggies’
The owner of the Five Guys store said the employee was "immediately terminated" as soon a manager found out about the comment.
Advisory over: You can safely eat romaine lettuce again, CDC says
The CDC did not say why the lettuce became contaminated in the first place.
NJ pizzeria offers apology, fires manager over anti-Jewish messages
Cesar Schiano said he was out of the country when the media spotlight was turned on Maurizio’s Pizza in Eatontown.
‘Pop-up car meet’ causes noise, traffic congestion in Belmar
Social media spread the word about a car show on a mild Saturday night, which police said caused some headaches.
‘Hitler had a point’ — NJ pizzeria boss’ hateful rant, lawsuit says
Nicholas Bogen asked to take off the first night of Rosh Hashanah and his manager responded with "f**k the Jewish."
‘Blue line’ doughnuts benefit family of gunned-down Jersey City officer
The special donut was sold by an Atlantic Highlands store with law enforcement in its ownership DNA.
Fireworks that evacuated Howell theater were part of marriage proposal, cops say
They sounded like gunshots, prompting calls to police.
Welcome to New Jersey’s first babies of 2020!
An unofficial survey of New Jersey hospitals revealed a boy was first born in the first minute of the new year.
What’s open and closed for New Year’s Day 2020
Wednesday begin a new year and a new decade.
Jackson man accused of stabbing two men at Howell house party
The two men said they were attacked after they stepped in when the suspect got "aggressive" with a woman, police said.
How to help family of woman killed after pickup crashed into house
Both pages are verified to assist the family of Barbara Filan of Brick.
Number of tainted romaine lettuce cases grows in New Jersey
138 cases have been reported in 25 states but no deaths have been reported.