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.
Ocean County teen will be tried as adult in killing of his mother
Edgar Diaz voluntarily waived jurisdiction of the case from Family Court to Criminal Court and will be prosecuted as an adult.
Will we get real winter weather? Have patience snow lovers
We could be in for some snow on Saturday but the pieces of the forecast are still coming together.
Two children die from flu in New Jersey
One child is from North Jersey and another from the "southern end of the state."
Vaccine bill: Senate doesn’t have the votes to end religious exemption
Assemblyman Jamel Holley called the compromise to the bill exempting private schools a form of segregation and vowed to vote against it.
‘Pop-up car meet’ causes noise, traffic congestion in Belmar
Social media spread the word about a car show on a mild Saturday night, which police said caused some headaches.
‘Hitler had a point’ — NJ pizzeria boss’ hateful rant, lawsuit says
Nicholas Bogen asked to take off the first night of Rosh Hashanah and his manager responded with "f**k the Jewish."
Owner of tow company used by NJ cops smeared by sex-offender mailing
Howell police say the letters should not be opened and returned to police.
‘Blue line’ doughnuts benefit family of gunned-down Jersey City officer
The special donut was sold by an Atlantic Highlands store with law enforcement in its ownership DNA.
Rocks, eggs, bike thrown at Lakewood home during Shabbos
It has not been determined by police if the incident is a criminal mischief or a bias crime.
NJ lawmakers offer support for troops after Iran missile attack
Most kept their criticism of President Donald Trump to a minimum instead offered thoughts for US troops targeted by Tuesday's attack.
Native American artifacts stolen from Jersey Shore historical society
The Tuckerton Historical Society said five stone pieces were taken from their display cases over the summer.
Vaccine bill, school cuts spark protest of Sweeney in Toms River
The state Senate President is set to appear in the township — so groups fighting to restore school funds and against a vaccination bill plan to show up, too.