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.
It’s messy out there: Spilled syrup, 3 truck crashes causing NJ delays
One crash caused a big mess while another will take a while to clean up.
Surprise! Watch NJ Notre Dame basketball player shocked as brother returns from Afghanista…
Notre Dame's Matt Farrell, a New Jersey native, thought his brother watched the game from Afghanistan.
Santa delivers! Watch him bring Army private back to a loving little sister!
After missing three Christmas celebrations with his family, a Jersey Shore Army private came home for the holidays ... with a little help.
For sale: Bruce Springsteen’s first car — a ’57 Chevy
The body and frame are the very same Bruce Springsteen down Route 9 in the 1970s.
Toms River student arrested in bathroom wall ‘Boom Boom’ threat
The sophomore not only faces legal charges but also suspension or expulsion from school.
Streaking at Jets game — Teens caught on video, then by cops
Two NJ State Troopers are getting props for their tackling ability after taking down the streakers Monday night.
Mystery solved: Why the Jersey Shore (and more) shook Thursday
No, it wasn't an earthquake — but it sure felt like one to people in lots of New Jersey towns.
The Jersey Shore mystery shake: If that wasn’t an earthquake Thursday, then … what?
Seismic activity? A sonic boom? It's not clear what shook New Jersey on Thursday afternoon.
NJSIAA bans tailgating at high school football championship games
The NJSIAA considers MetLife Stadium and college stadiums an extension of the classroom during high school games where there is no tailgating.
Anthony Stolarz to make hockey history as first NJ-born NHL goalie
"My son will become the answer to a trivia question," laughed Anthony Stolarz's mother, Karol.
Thanksgiving traffic trouble spots: What to look for on NJ roads
Scheduled road work will be suspended, but there's still some places to be aware of as you travel into unfamiliar territory in and around New Jersey.
Students, staff ‘blindsided’ as Star Academy abruptly closes schools
Over 1,000 students and staff were notified via email Tuesday that Star Career Academy has closed all of its locations, citing financial difficulties.