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.
Amazon 4-star store is what’s new at American Dream mall
This is the second Amazon 4 star retail store in New Jersey showcasing some of the most popular products available on its website.
Keep it safe: Vaccine cards could have future use in New Jersey
The White House has ruled out national "vaccine passports" but companies and venues could require them for entry.
That vaccine appointment text could be a scam, NJ warns
The text messages are likely trying to obtain personal information to commit healthcare fraud or other forms of identity fraud.
Thunderstorm blows roofs off Neptune hotel, Trenton factory
Wind gusts reached nearly 70 mph in some spots, bringing down trees and power lines.
Ocean County can’t paint thin blue line — trying flags instead
Despite recent criticism that the blue line symbolism now makes some feel uncomfortable Commissioner Gary Quinn said Ocean County is proud to stand with law enforcement.
Rutgers will require COVID-19 vaccinations for on-campus students
Students full enrolled in an online degree program or participating in fully online or off-campus continuing education programs will be exempt along with faculty and staff.
Asbury Park manhole covers pop in underground explosion
Several blocks were evacuated in downtown Asbury Park, with no injuries reported, as crews worked to find the cause of the explosion.
Legislators still getting backed up on NJ unemployment claims
State Sen. Serena DiMaso said the Department of Labor is limiting the number of claims they will actually look at.
Seaside Heights to ban dogs — even for ’emotional support’ — on beaches, boardwalk
Seaside Heights allowed dogs in the off season but confrontations started recently with owners who didn't pick up messes.
NJ leaders warn ‘hot piece of garbage’ law could lead to wild summer
Under the law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy in February, parents are not notified for a first offense for possession of marijuana or alcohol by those under 21.
People, please stop feeding the deer at Sandy Hook!
Feeding deer only makes them more dependent on humans, drawing them towards roads and potential crashes.
Point Pleasant Beach wants to confiscate problem hotel from owner
The owners of the Amethyst Beach Hotel said the pandemic forced them to take in homeless people without compensation.