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.
Jeep restores Springsteen ad after feds admit he was under legal limit
Jeep paused the commercial on its YouTube page until "the actual facts can be established."
Cash not welcome at Six Flags Great Adventure this season
Only credit cards and mobile payment will be accepted for purchases at restaurants, retail stores, games, ticket windows and parking toll booths.
NJ enlists residents in desperate war against spotted lanternfly
Everyone can help destroy the egg mass of the Spotted Lanternfly which stick to tree trunks and branches, plants, furniture, siding, decks, sheds, and windowsills.
Roads, power, NJ Transit — Friday’s essential snow information
It will look and feel wintry for another 24 hours but additional snow and ice accumulations will be limited, according to New Jersey 101.5 chief meteorologist Dan Zarrow.
NJ school delayed openings, schedule changes — Friday, Feb. 19
The heaviest bands of snow for this storm are finished but some moderate bands will give the day a wintry look with icy and slushy conditions possible.
Hit-run driver still on the run after fatal Christmas Eve crash in Jackson
Roberto Alcazar-Sanchez, 27, left the scene of the crash that left Norman Shtab,83, with 8 broken ribs and killed wife Phyllis Shtab.
Roads, power, NJ Transit — Thursday’s essential snow information
Travel conditions will deteriorate quickly Thursday morning as snow spreads across the state, according to New Jersey 101.5 chief meteorologist Dan Zarrow.
NJ school delayed openings schedule changes —Thursday, Feb. 18
An all day storm that starts as heavy snow Thursday morning turns to a wintry mix in the afternoon, creating sloppy travel conditions.
Hoping to avoid a ‘super-spreader,’ Purim to be subdued this year
Last year's Purim fell in March at the beginning of the pandemic.
Wildwood beach tags? Hotels say no, one mayor wants to ask voters
Wildwood Crest mayor Don Cabrera says residents are evenly divided about beach fees and wants them to consider their impact.
Roads, power, NJ Transit — Tuesday’s essential winter weather info
Sleet and freezing rain late Monday night into Tuesday morning could weigh down utility lines and branches leading to power outages and icy roads.
Murphy’s soccer team used company involved in visa scheme, feds say
The team used the services of a Massachusetts youth soccer organization accused of faking visa applications.