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.
2 women die in separate Garden State Parkway crashes Saturday
The crashes were the 18th and 19th fatal incidents this year on the Garden State Parkway.
NJ fire chief accused of fondling breasts of first responder
Chief Todd Johnsen put his head on the woman's breasts for several seconds, according to the prosecutor.
Update crashes NJ MVC licensing centers Friday morning
The system affecteing license transactions were down for about three hours at MVC licensing centers.
2 killed on NJ Route 72 crash with tow truck
Police said the tow truck was transporting a vehicle on its flatbed and towing a second one.
High sky pursuit: NYPD follows chopper from Brooklyn to Lakewood, NJ
Officers talked to the pilot on the tarmac of Lakewood Airport.
NJ businesses survive tanker truck inferno on Route 37
The driver of the Honda hit by the tanker said it sounded like a bomb had gone off when it exploded.
Inferno on NJ highway: Deer causes crash, spectacular tanker explosion
Route 37 was closed in Manchester for over 12 hours because of the crash that started with a deer being struck.
NJ water utility: We meet new threshold for cancerous chemical
The state drinking water standard for PFOA is now being exceeded thanks to the new DEP standards that take effect in January.
‘Officially panic time for Democrats’ — Snark, surprise at NJ governor’s race
Supporters of Phil Murphy and Jack Cittarelli and the political pundits took to the social media platform offer their own "analysis" of the closer than expected race for governor.
Brick, NJ restaurant defends worker with autism against customers’ rudeness
Windward Tavern owner Mort Nase had nothing but praise for his autistic employee Ryan who came to work at the restaurant during the pandemic when some of his school programs were shut down.
NJ polling places plagued by internet problems, long lines on Election Day
Early in-person voters were prevented from voting because of problems with the internet connection at many polling places.
Wind blows tree onto Halloween party tent in Middletown, NJ
Between 50 and 60 people were underneath the tent when the tree came down.