I'm the deputy digital editor for NJ1015.com. I got my start writing obits for The Jersey Journal (just like John Travolta in "Perfect," a 1985 movie you've never seen). I then spent years covering Central Jersey as an investigative reporter. I take it personally if you badmouth Newark, the Real Housewives, or Rutgers.
Has Murphy ever smoked weed? Will he ever? He finally answers
It was a question that Gov. Phil Murphy, the Democrat who campaigned for full legalization of recreational use of marijuana, had been ducking.
The safest — and unsafest — hospitals in New Jersey
New Jersey ranked 17th in the nation in the Spring 2018 report, down from 11th in the fall.
Man says slaying of girl, 11, an accident — doesn’t recall raping her
Andreas Erazo’s confession was videotaped after he was arrested in the July 12 slaying of Abbiegail “Abbie” Smith in their Keansburg apartment building.
How Irish is your New Jersey town?
St. Patrick's Day is March 17 and Irish eyes are smiling across the Garden State.
No power until Monday? Murphy threatens action against JCP&L
A "mad as heck" Gov. Phil Murphy threatened to exercise executive action against one of the state's largest utility companies.
338,000 NJ utility customers in the dark after snowstorm
Hundreds of thousands of people were without power Wednesday evening after a nor'easter snowfall that brought dangerous lightning, fallen trees and countless traffic accidents.
Lakewood man had one of the largest child porn libraries ever
Anthony White, 31, pleaded guilty Tuesday to second-degree distributing child pornography and attempting to manufacture child pornography.
Neptune Twp. teen charged in killing of boy, 10, in Asbury Park
A 16-year-old student at Neptune Township High School was arrested Thursday and charged in the shooting death of a 10-year-old boy in Asbury Park.
After daughter killed in Fla., ex-NJ mom’s emotional plea to Trump
One of the 17 victims of the Florida high school shooting massacre was a former New Jersey resident who recently moved south.
Crooked Monmouth judge fixed 4,000 tickets to benefit towns
Richard Thompson, 62, of Middletown, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree falsifying records.
Christie frees killer, leaving victim’s shocked family to wonder why
She was sentenced to 40 years in prison. Gov. Christie let her out early. The victim's family was never consulted.
Woman who stabbed fiance in the heart is freed from prison by Christie
Lisa A. Pyatt, 50, was among 26 people granted clemency by Christie in his last week in office.