I'm the Digital News Reporter for NJ101.5.com covering news from all over the great Garden State. With the exception of a year in Hartford, and six months in Amish Country, I've spent my whole life in New Jersey, and wouldn't have it any other way. I've covered everywhere from Somerset County to the Jersey Shore, and am now looking forward to looking at the whole state. I'm a proud father, a lifelong Mets fan, and longtime lover of college and New Jersey high school wrestling.
Murder charge: 82-year-old fled after hitting man with SUV, cops say
Police say the man hit a pedestrian on Friday night and immediately fled the scene. The victim was pronounced dead at the hospital a short time later.
Big reward offered after Howell recycling company burglarized
Police say a pair of burglars made off with a "pocket full of loose change"after last weekend's reported burglary.
Statue of Liberty to remain open during government shutdown
Ellis Island will also remain open thanks to funding from New York State. Mail delivery will also not be affected during the shutdown.
Jersey Shore cop busted on cocaine charges
A veteran member of the police department is facing legal trouble of his own after being charged with various drug offenses and witness tampering.
NJ bakery bails on 500 cheesecakes for cheerleaders’ fundraiser
The cheesecakes, which were supposed to be delivered by the Cinderella Cheese Cake Co. before Thanksgiving, still have not been delivered ahead of Christmas.
Crash that killed 4 kids could land man in jail for 100 years
The father charged in the crash that killed four children in South Carolina could spend the next 100 years in jail.
400 bodies found in unmarked graves in South River
More than 50 million worldwide people died during the 1918 flu epidemic, including many cases across the state.
Christmas miracle for nativity scene’s lambs: Saved from the slaughter
The two lambs that were used in a live nativity scene were saved from the slaughterhouse thanks to a South Jersey animal rescue group.
Panic buttons, silent alarms could come to all NJ schools
Known as "Alyssa's Law," the bill was named after a former New Jersey resident who was killed during a Florida school shooting in February.
Watch 6-year-old’s surprise reunion with dad home from deployment
A student at a school in Old Bridge thought he was at a regular assembly about caring on Monday when his Army dad surprised him after a six-month deployment.
Jersey man fined $533 over ’emotional support’ chickens
Andover resident Barry Walsky had two chickens on a property less than 6 acres.
Cauliflower, lettuce sold in NJ recalled due to possible E. coli
The move comes as the FDA continues to urge caution with other lettuce products from California.