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.
Days after school shooting, gun group takes NJ teens to range
The event came two months after students from Lacey Township were disciplined for posting a picture from a gun range on social media.
‘Resilient’ girl has severe head trauma after deadly Route 80 crash
More than $19,000 has been raised to help support her family following last week's bus crash, which killed a teacher and a classmate.
South Jersey teen died in knife fight, police say
A fist fight between two boys on Sunday escalated, ending with one fatally stabbed.
Mom lied to cops, claimed her kids were shot dead, police say
Multiple law enforcement agencies responded after a woman falsely claimed her husband had shot two of her children, according to media reports.
Edison cops caught using illegal steroids, report says
As many as 15 officers were tested for illegal steroid use, with five officers assigned to desk duty, according to anonymous sources.
Totowa cop saw fatal Quick Chek stabbing, prosecutor says
A Totowa police officer observed the incident and attempted to arrest the suspect before he fled. Damien Edwards was found a short time later and charged with murder.
Warren County cops save fawn after mother hit by car
The Warren Township animal control officer and a member of the police department had to do an emergency c-section to save the life of a fawn early Sunday morning.
NJ school board president had child rape vids but won’t go to prison
Phillip Heiney agreed to a plea deal that could have sent him to prison for up to six months but will serve probation instead.
Sadness vs. depression: New Jersey woman’s story of survival
Sadness is an emotion everyone feels from time to time, but when that sadness becomes debilitating it can be a more serious condition.
NJ American Water bills to spike as company seeks system upgrades
The company is planning more than $800 million in system upgrades and says the increase will result in $75 million in annual revenue.
NJ private school settles with dozens of molested, raped students
More than two dozen former students reported being sexually assaulted decades ago at the Pingry School.
Warren County teen gets college degree before graduating high school
Kwinton Adams will receive is Associates Degree this week from Warren County Community College and his diploma from Phillipsburg High School next month.