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.
Superintendent: Teen struck on Rt. 37 in Toms River was ‘great young man’
Superintendent Tom Parlapanides said the teen has two sisters and a brother.
Stephanie Parze’s ex admitted killing her in suicide note, prosecutor says
John Ozbilgen alone was responsible for the Freehold woman's death, authorities say.
Kobe Bryant remembered as ‘champion on and off the court’ in NJ
New Jersey icons joined the world in mourning the basketball great after his death on Sunday.
It’s official: Freehold Twp. woman Stephanie Parze’s body found in Old Bridge
Multiple news reports citing unnamed law enforcement sources say a body found yesterday may be that of Stephanie Parze.
Body found behind Old Bridge wedding venue — Cops wait to ID
The heavy police presence in the area drew attention on social media.
No big winner Saturday — Powerball jackpot grows to nearly $400 million
One ticket sold in NJ matched four numbers and the Powerball and is worth $50,000.
Man crashes car into Ocean County gun shop, causes gas leak
Several residences were evacuated early Friday morning after a gas line was compromised, according to police.
Murphy lifts gag on workers who cited ‘toxic’ campaign, sex assault
A longtime political advisor said his Murphy's gubernatorial campaign was the most toxic workplace environment she'd ever experienced.
Gov. Murphy gets his first potential challenger for the 2021 race
At least two other people are considering a run nearly 21 months from Election Day 2021.
Looking for Borgata? Waze is getting cars stranded in Pinelands
Police had to rescue at least 10 people from the thick sugar sand of the Pinelands in Jackson looking for the Atlantic City casino.
Rutgers to name its first black president Tuesday
The decision to name Jonathan Holloway from Northwestern University must be approved by the Rutgers Board of Governors.
Police suicide: NJ officer shoots self after crashing car in Matawan
The officer who lived in Aberdeen hit two parked cars on a Matawan street and rolled over before coming to a stop.