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.
Lawyer: Rumson home concert was meant for Facebook, not crowd
John Maldjian was unaware of the crowd that gathered to watch him perform Pink Floyd covers, according to his attorney.
Prayers (in cars), heartfelt thanks for NJ’s COVID-19 frontline workers
A church shows its support for Shore Medical Center while an entire county thanks its first responders and medical personnel.
Jersey City councilman among the 1,003 in NJ dead of COVID-19
Gov. Phil Murphy noted the passing of Michael Yun, two prison nurses and a recipient of the state Distinguished Service Medal as having died after contracting COVID-19.
Drug deal leads to fight, gunshots and stabbing, Lakewood cops say
One man tried to hold up the other during the transaction, police say.
NJ Transit asks riders to wear masks
Strips have been placed on the ground in front of ticket machines at stations to designate six feet.
All over NJ, people are getting in trouble over virus-order violations
The state Attorney General's Office released another "knucklehead roll call" of people who've violated the governor's emergency orders prohibiting gatherings and mandating the closure of non-essential businesses.
Former NJ lawmaker calls for year-long tax holiday for coronavirus workers
Port Authority chairman Kevin O'Toole wants to thank front line heroes "who deal with death and making life altering decisions."
Feds distribute medical supplies seized from man’s NJ warehouse
The supplies have been sent to health departments in New Jersey, New York City and New York state, which will provide them to healthcare workers treating COVID-19 patients.
Driver, officials resolute: No one’s bringing kids to Lakewood schools
Lakewood's Board of Education attorney Michael Inzelbuch said two more buses were stopped by police near the Toms River border.
Edison man spits at cops and says he has coronavirus
The 20-year-old man also kicked police several times and was uncooperative during his arrest.
‘Reprehensible’ — Stop dropping gloves on the ground. You might get fined
East Brunswick police said they will issue tickets if they see you leave your gloves and masks behind.
Light traffic during pandemic allows more DOT daytime road work
NJ Transit and the DRJTBC are also taking advantage of the lighter ridership and road volume.