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.
Seaside Height Polar Bear Plunge 2019 — Traffic and parking
The good news is that road work on the Route 37 bridge into Seaside Heights is complete. The bad news is some roads will be closed or restricted.
NJ nursery school fires employee accused of slapping toddler
A day after a parent reported a teacher slapping a 2-year-girl in the face, a nursery school called it "unacceptable" and fired the employee.
Tanker truck crash closes Route 9, businesses evacuated
Police said the crash led to the evacuation of several businesses and a fuel spill from at least one of the trucks involved.
Where is missing NJ man Joseph Lamartina?
Joseph Lamartina of Marlboro was last seen on Dec. 14 at his Marlboro home and had not been heard from until his car was found in the parking lot of a hotel in Niagara Falls on Feb. 8. Then the mystery deepens.
Scabies mites infesting residents of rehab nursing center in Lakewood
The first case was reported on Feb. 7 at the Fountain View Care Center in Lakewood.
Witness testifies he saw Sarah Stern alive after her disappearance
A contractor and his son told the court at Liam McAtasney's murder trial they saw a young woman matching Sarah Stern's description the morning after her car was found abandoned on a bridge.
NJ school closings, delayed openings — Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019
The last of the wintry mix could create some slippery roads at the start of the Thursday morning commute.
NJ school closings, early dismissals — Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019
Snow will begin to fall before noon and continue for most of the afternoon until changing over to a wintry mix and then rain by evening.
Port Authority internal affairs cop arrested on domestic violence charge
Lt. Steven Adelheim, 52, of Bayville was being held pending a detention hearing scheduled for Thursday.
Wegmans lowers prices to help food stamp recipients — shutdown fallout
The supermarket chain is helping stretch household budgets until March SNAP benefits are paid.
Two shot sitting in car on NJ street, one fatally, cops say
Willingboro police found two Lexuses parked next to each other on the street of a residential neighborhood early Monday morning.
What’s open and closed for Presidents Day 2019
Presidents Day is a state and federal holiday but not everything is closed.