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.
Woman jumped out window after neighbor stabbed her, cops say
The house was the second on North Hope Chapel Road that police say Andre Hage had kicked and punched.
After months of pandemic, NJ Transit cops issue first mask fine
NJ Transit cops last week issued their first mask ticket to a passenger who they said had repeatedly refused to wear a mask on his commute from Lakewood.
Car plunges into Christmas store swimming pool
The Toyota Highlander went through a fence and into the pool at Seasonal World near Six Flags Great Adventure.
Tornado watch issued for much of New Jersey
While steady rain and strong winds are wrapping up on Monday afternoon chief meteorologist Dan Zarrow says gusty thunderstorms are still possible this afternoon.
Pig left on doorstep of Lakewood rabbi, police say
The pig was discovered after Shabbos, the Jewish day of rest.
Derailment suspends NJ Transit North Jersey Coast Line service
All eight cars of the New York-bound train remained upright after the derailment and none of the seven passengers on crew on board were injured.
NJ Transit confident PTC installation will meet Dec. 31 deadline
The Federal Railway Administration says in a progress report only half of NJ Transit's 375.9 PTC mandated route miles are complete.
NJ man charged with trying to blow up ex’s family is found dead in jail
A Middletown man charged with trying to kill his ex-girlfriend's family by blowing up their home was found dead in his Monmouth County jail cell on Thursday.
Democrats put hold on proposal to limit Murphy’s emergency powers
The bill would allow a governor to make decisions but the Legislature still gets a say in how long they remain in place.
Approval of Murphy still strong but slips from spring highs
Gov. Phil Murphy's approval numbers remain among the highest for any New Jersey governor but are showing signs of erosion, according to a new poll by the Rutgers-Eagleton Institute of Politics.
NJ man cut gas line, trying to kill his ex’s family, police say
A New Jersey man was charged with attempted murder after police say he cut a gas line inside the Pennsylvania home of a former girlfriend and left an explosive device that could have caused a large explosion.
Restaurants all over NJ closing because of coronavirus infections
Two Jersey Shore restaurants also closed after several staff members tested positive.