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.
Before Circus Drive-In tent flaps come down, former employees say goodbye
The restaurant, which first opened in 1954, faces an uncertain future after the owners put the building up for sale or lease.
NJ scout leader gets 7 years for child porn; still faces child sex abuse charges
A thumb drive with pictures and videos of child porn was found at the home of a former scout leader also facing sexual abuse charges.
Green tea and metal: Trader Joe’s ice cream recall
The company announced the risk of small metal pieces in its Matcha Green Tea Ice Cream, though no injuries or illnesses have been reported.
Why was cop — beloved by Linden kids — on train tracks before he died?
A candle light vigil was held for Officer Daniel Kuczynski who was killed after being hit by a train on Monday morning.
Man faces deportation after seat-belt traffic stop in NJ
Melvin Martinez-Guevara is wanted in El Salvador on charges of homicide gang activity and was found during a traffic stop sitting on a toolbox in the backseat of a van.
Dog dragged 5 miles to death — Was it accident? NJSPCA investigates
A dog chained to the back of a truck died after being dragged for five miles in April leading to an investigation.
Should Princeton student have been suspended for this yearbook photo?
In the picture submitted for the yearbook, a painting of a lynching can be seen as well as a racial slur with some of the letters blocked from view.
Middlesex County jail won’t help feds deport all arrested immigrants
Immigration detainer requests will be declined by the prison and sheriffs officers except under certain circumstances, according policy adopted by freeholders.
Why we need to wait for facts in shocking Jersey City police chase — prosecutor
With the mayor calling for potential discipline and termination of officers involved, the prosecutor's office is asking for patience.
NJ company president accused of stealing more than $1M
Keith Feuilly is charged with taking more than $1,000,000 from company accounts and then using its software to cover up the theft.
NJ cop’s ‘extreme and crude’ urine joke not covered by free speech
A Morris Township police officer was suspended after sending a picture of him pretending to urinate while venting about ongoing labor negotiations.
Serial rapist who attacked Highland Park mom with child faces decades in prison
Brandon Cox was charged with sexually assaulting and beating a woman after forcing her into a basement and fleeing the scene.