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.
Wells Fargo extends weekend hours after online banking outage
Account holders will still find some slowness with its website, mobile app and customer service calls two days after a major data center problem.
Will NJ teens be punished for savage killing of raccoon? Officials won’t say
Lacey police promised a thorough investigation of the Dec. 8 incident.
Wells Fargo says operations back to normal on Friday
Frustration was high for customers who could not use Wells Fargo's credit cards, ATMs, website, or app on Thursday due to a power outage at a server facility.
Murphy commits to following hiring report recommendations
Gov. Phil Murphy said he understands that people are frustrated by the things it doesn’t answer, like who hired Alvarez, and that he shares that frustration.
Linden residents say baseball great Lenny Dykstra a bad neighbor
Residents and a Linden city councilwoman said the former Met and Phillie has turned his two-story home into a boarding house.
Somerset County man dies after hitting tree on ski slope
Edward Chu was skiing with family at Hunter Mountain in the Catskills.
‘George Washington’ blames ‘all the Indian people’ for NJ election loss
A retired history who portrays George Washington claims unauthorized immigrants who voted in November's Chesterfield township committee election cost him a second term.
Man is stabbed, cop attacked at Lakewood municipal building, police say
Police called it a "random attack" inside the municipal building on Thursday.
Rutgers student diagnosed with bacterial meningitis
It's the second time in three years students at the New Brunswick campus have been diagnosed with the disease, which the CDC said can be "very serious and can be deadly."
NJ woman chasing dream in Puerto Rico shot in face, mom says
Angelis Molina extended her stay in Puerto Rico to pursue a modeling opportunity, according to her mother.
Another NJ school bus driver charged with watching porn on job
State Police said two students saw the driver, Franck Lafortune, 64, watching porn on his cell phone on board a school bus at a Shamong elementary school on Monday.
8 injured after NJ commuter van rear-ended on Route 130
Three vehicles were involved in the Wednesday morning crash on Route 130 in South Brunswick.