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.
Weird sun over NJ? That’s from the wildfires 3,000 miles away
Smoke from the west coast forest fires has reached the East Coast causing cloudy and hazy skies over New Jersey.
YouTubers draw crowd of 1,000 — and cops — to ‘Jersey Shore’ house
The Nelk Boys, with 6 million YouTube followers, were staying at the house used in the "Jersey Shore" show.
Even more NJ schools go all-remote over COVID-19
State guidelines do not require a move to remote learning for a single case of novel coronavirus.
NJ teachers return to class — some grudgingly as worries linger
As the 2020-21 school year gets underway at public and private schools across New Jersey, there are a handful of districts with lingering uncertainties.
Juvenile alone responsible for Point Pleasant Beach stabbing, cops say
Two individuals were initially taken into custody following the Labor Day stabbing.
Lakewood officer’s funeral to be held at BlueClaws ballpark
Lakewood police officer Nicklas Shimonovich died in a motorcycle crash in his hometown of Jackson on Saturday.
Lakewood teacher strike? ‘Weighing options’ in back-to-school showdown
Teachers showed up for an in-service day wearing black on Tuesday.
Restaurant accused of indoor dining, as Murphy dined there outdoors
Nicholas Harary, owner of Nicholas Barrel and Roost restaurant, says he has received death threats over rumors Gov. Murphy ate inside.
NJ could require all students to get flu shots this season
The bill also states that "a general philosophical or moral objection to the vaccination shall not be sufficient for an exemption on religious grounds."
Asbury Park cops admit vandalizing critic’s cars, won’t get prison
The cops slashed the tires and broke windows of the resident's two vehicles in 2019.
NJ school districts wanted to reopen but teacher shortages change plans
Instructors uncomfortable at the prospect of returning to school classrooms are taking leaves of absence or resigning forcing some districts to go virtual.
Murphy hopes to OK indoor dining in less than 3 weeks
With cooler weather around the corner Gov. Phil Murphy has not given an indication of a firm date of when restaurants will be able to offer indoor dining.