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.
Mystery Sonic boom shook the earth in Jersey … from where?
The USGS said the sonic boom on Wednesday morning was centered to the southeast of Cape May and felt as far away as Flemington.
Joe Girardi out as Yankees manager
Joe GIrardi and the Yankees will part ways after 10 seasons.
The whole house rumbled! Mystery shaking felt in several NJ towns
The shaking was felt from the Wildwoods to Cherry Hill, according to reports.
Why did it take a month for cops to find Nick Pratico’s body?
Overgrown corn kept searchers away from the area where the Hamilton teen's body was later recovered.
PATH fare jumper bites cop at Newark Penn Station, police say
A man who jumped a turnstile at a PATH station bit a police officer in the hand during a brief fight on Monday, authorities say.
Marijuana candy for Halloween? NJ prosecutor says watch out this year
The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office warned of a "significant presence of marijuana candy and other edible forms in New Jersey and nearby states" which poses a risk to users.
INTERPOL’s most wanted New Jersey fugitives — Where are they?
According to the International Police Organization, these are the six most-wanted criminals with ties to New Jersey.
Missing teen Nick Pratico turns up dead near Mercer college
Pratico went missing on Sept. 20 after signing up for classes and getting his ID picture taken at Mercer County Community College.
Beloved Jersey Shore restaurant burns down, and family ‘devastated’
Owner Johann "John" Schneider said his family needs to look at the remains landmark restaurant before deciding on rebuilding.
Woman uses a note to rob a bank in South Jersey
The suspect made off with an undisclosed amount of cash after passing a note at the BB&T bank branch in Pennsauken early Friday evening.
After mishap, Devils fans help young singer complete national anthem
New Jersey Devils fans immediately jumped in and finished the national anthem during Friday night's game.
NJ animal cruelty cops spent more on legal bills than treating animals, state finds
The State Commission of Investigation concluded that many problems found in a report 17 years ago have gotten worse at the NJSPCA.