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.
Cops, first aid member rescue 4 swimmers from ocean
Other rescues around New Jersey included wedding guests helping to rescue a man from the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday and a doctor reviving a boy who fell into a hotel pool.
NJ beach workers hit by COVID-19 outbreak — borough limits tags
Manasquan said it will limit beach crowds this weekend after an outbreak of 23 COVID-19 cases traced back to employees of the Beach and Recreation departments.
NJ Transit cops revive baby delivered in Penn Station restroom
Officer Bryan Richards administered chest compressions in the back of a police vehicle during the two mile trip from Newark Penn Station to University Hospital.
Burlington, ‘cradle of abolitionist movement,’ to nix freeholder title
Freeholder Director Felicia Hopson isn't waiting for the Legislature to take action.
Ignore that $50 fee! 79,000 people got wrongly charged by E-Zpass
E-ZPass said it will refund administrative fees already paid and adjust bills within the next week.
Shore chief: This isn’t excessive force. It’s police professionalism
Point Pleasant Police chief Joseph Michigan said a large number of officers was involved in the arrest because the crowd was "volatile" and shouting obscenities.
Journalist: I was targeted for arrest as I covered protest
Gustavo Martínez disputes a report by the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office investigation that says police didn't know he was a journalist.
Murphy to critics of his executive powers: ‘Cut the crap’
Gov. Phil Murphy said some who are critical of his decisions during the coronavirus pandemic are just trying to score political points.
MVC Day 3: People camping out overnight, huge lines, BBQ, cornhole
Despite a request to not camp out at MVC offices lines were long for a third day with offices reaching capacity by sunrise.
After dropping charges, prosecutor faults NJ reporter for protest arrest
Asbury Park Press reporter Gustavo Martinez was not wearing clothing that would make it readily clear he was a member of the media, investigators concluded.
Wear a mask outdoors: Murphy will order it today
The executive order does appear to carry a monetary penalty for non-compliance.
Huge lines in the heat as MVC offices start another overwhelmed day
Some customers lined up overnight overnight at MVC offices to increase their chances to get service on Wednesday.