I'm the Digital News Reporter for NJ101.5.com covering news from all over the great Garden State. With the exception of a year in Hartford, and six months in Amish Country, I've spent my whole life in New Jersey, and wouldn't have it any other way. I've covered everywhere from Somerset County to the Jersey Shore, and am now looking forward to looking at the whole state. I'm a proud father, a lifelong Mets fan, and longtime lover of college and New Jersey high school wrestling.
NJ woman charged with DWI doesn’t know how sign went through car
Police say Mary Vazquez hit a new Jersey Transit sign in Secaucus and kept driving until she was stopped in South Hackensack
Is purple-pink tap water safe to drink? NJ officials say yes!
Customers of the Trenton Water Works who noticed their water was a pale, clear hue of purple were not in any danger, utility and state officials said Wednesday.
Lakewood residents learning lessons after fraud busts, religious leader says
More than two dozen people were arrested over the summer on charges of defrauding various welfare programs. Now the community is looking to move forward.
NJ mom’s frantic search: Recovering addict was ‘doing very well’ before vanishing
27-year-old Billy Hannam had been sober for more than a month before leaving a note that he had relapsed and gone to find help. He has not been heard from since Friday.
Thankful for their own scholarships, NJ brothers raising $100K to pay it forward
Peter and Max Ferraro are hoping to raise $100,000 to provide four years of full tuition and expenses to a son from a military family to Christian Brother's Academy
Tattoo man’s ruckus at rink not a hate crime, Toms River cops say
Employees told police the man was making obscene hand gestures and yelling at players during a Jewish men's league game Saturday night.
$1M worth of marijuana growing off Morris County highway, cops say
Police found more than 200 marijuana plants growing in an office complex. Cash and cars were also seized from the scene, according to police.
Tiny percentage of pothole claims reimbursed by NJ
While the state has immunity from damage in most cases, there are some exceptions allowing drivers to get reimbursement.
CDC warns about drinking ‘raw’ milk after NJ woman gets sick
Selling raw milk products is illegal in New Jersey, and people exposed to the germ can suffer serious health problems.
Jackson code enforcement was targeting Jews, councilman says
The township is facing several legal challenges from the Orthodox Jewish community claiming infringement on their first amendment rights.
New push to give unauthorized immigrants NJ driver’s licenses
The bill would give people living in New Jersey the ability to get a license to drive in order to help with accidents and criminal reports.
Not so fast! NJ Democrats put the brakes on marijuana legalization
At least two high-ranking members of the legislature have called for a wait-and-see approach to legalizing marijuana.