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.
Rider strike? Teachers may be picketing, not teaching on first day of class
The union has a "picket countdown" on its website.
NJ continues to help with Harvey relief
Former New Jersey residents are riding out the flooding in Houston as the state's Task Force 1 water search-and-rescue team arrived in Texas.
These Texans voted no to Sandy aid, are asking for Harvey help now
Texas legislators who voted against Sandy federal aid for New Jersey find themselves asking for financial help.
Ripped off by TD Bank Penny Arcade? You can make your claim now
Even if you didn't have an account, you can file a claim.
Former NJ residents ride out Harvey with memories of Sandy still fresh
A former Linden resident had to evacuate his apartment just outside Houston and had to depend on neighbors to take him in.
New Jersey volunteers ready to lend a hand with Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts
Many of the Red Cross volunteers received help from the Red Cross during Sandy and volunteer as a way of "paying it forward."
School says tweet about bringing shanks to scrimmage a ‘misunderstanding’
The athletic director at Saint John Vianney of Holmdel said a tweet by the girls soccer team used a slang term.
How much did NY Penn Station work cost?
Amtrak's Chief Engineer said the 8-week project came in under budget and offered an actual number.
Latest statue controversy — Stockton University removes bust of Richard Stockton
School plans to bring it back as part of a more complete exhibit, noting Stockton was a slave owner.
Coast Guard searches for ferry jumper
The person jumped off the Spirit of America late Thursday night near Governor's Island.
Little girl struck and killed in Lakewood, report says
The girl was reportedly riding her bike near her home when she was struck in the early afternoon.
NJ Transit to resume normal schedule right after Labor Day
There were few problems during the feared "Summer of Hell" on NJ Transit.