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.
Error knocks down MVC computers for days — some still out
Much of the state computer network knocked offline over the weekend was restored by Monday but much of the MVC system was still down.
NJ Transit schedule changes take effect Monday
The changes are to accommodate work on the installation of Positive Train Control equipment, in order to meet a Dec. 31 deadline.
North Jersey Toys R Us workers ‘takeover’ store for severance pay
As Toys R Us prepares to close its doors for good, employees who will soon be without a job will not be paid severance.
Seven arrested as fight shuts down South Jersey mall
Witnesses report a fight involving as many as 200 teens inside the Hamilton Mall sent shoppers running for the exits, and employees locking themselves inside their stores
NJ teacher texted ‘inappropriate’ messages to student, police say
Ewing High School teacher Chelsea Hahn was charged with three counts of child endangerment and released pending a future court appearance,
Mayor trashes woman as Wildwood takes tourism hit from arrest video
Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano calls Emily Weinman a "combatant."
Police in NJ looking for another public pooper caught on video
North Plainfield police say the suspect tried to burglarize several cars and relieved himself in one driveway.
Corrupt cops got no-show jobs — and Edison allowed it, prosecutor says
Officers can earn as much as $100,000 in extra pay from voluntarily accepting extra work.
Paramus superintendent knew about driver’s suspensions, report says
The state Department of Education sent a letter to superintendent Dr. Michele Robinson about Hudy Muldrow's last suspension in December, with a request to acknowledge the letter's receipt.
National Donut Day: Where to get free treats in NJ
Unlike many "days" celebrated on a daily basis that are made up, National Donut Day has historical origins.
NJ weekend roadwork on Pulaski, Routes 78 and 202/206
Two of the closures, which are dependent on the weather, will make milestones in their progress while the third will be getting underway.
Sears, Kmart closing more stores in NJ — Here’s the list
As its sales continue to shrink, Sears and Kmart are closing 72 stores, including four in New Jersey.