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.
Holmdel lacrosse player dies after collapsing during game at Rutgers
Holmdel has shown support for Jack Dowd and his family with contributions to a GoFundMe page that raised $40,000 in its first eight hours.
Hurricane Jose brings flooding, pier damage, crazy waves to Jersey Shore
The ocean was churned up by Hurricane Jose during Tuesday morning's with crashing waves and some beach erosion along the Jersey Shore but no road closures or evacuations.
Woodbridge grandmother scammed out of over $9,000
The 77-year-old woman was told her grandson needed money for legal fees after a serious car crash.
Bad news for Sarah Stern’s accused killer — trial will be in Monmouth County
Liam McAtasney 's attorney argued it would be very difficult to select an impartial jury because nearly every online comment assumes McAtasney's is guilty.
Holmdel High School lacrosse player Jack Dowd dies
Holmdel Superintendent of Schools Robert McGarry broke the news in a letter to parents.
Hurricane Jose churns north bringing rough surf to Jersey Shore beaches
Swimmers bucked rip current warnings to enjoy the warm weather on the Jersey shore requiring at least one rescue on an unguarded beach.
Cops find 441 bricks of heroin buried in NJ backyard
Jamal Evans was under investigation when he thew a bag filled with heroin bags into a neighbor's yard, police said.
NJ troopers join search for 14-year-old boy missing for 2 weeks
Saad, who had a backpack when his home, may be heading for New York City or Philadelphia.
Ocean County man dies in Route 295 truck crash
The flat bed bed truck hit a traffic sign and came to rest against a tree in Mount Laurel.
Lakewood police officer struck by car during investigation
Police say a car drove straight at two Lakewood officers as they investigated "suspicious activity" on Thursday night.
Pressure cooker leads to Newark Airport terminal evacuation
The discovery of the appliance led to the second level of the terminal that houses United Airlines, Newark Airport's busiest airline, being closed.
Millions in Fla. still without power after hurricane — Here’s how NJ is helping
Another 47 JCP&L workers leave for Florida on Thursday to join the largest power restoration effort in U.S. history.