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.
NJ thunderstorms plunge thousands into darkness
Mother Nature gave New Jersey temporary relief from Wednesday's extreme heat with heavy rain, lightning and gusty winds.
Thunderstorms flood out LBI, create possible tornado
Another round of strong thunderstorms crossed New Jersey on Thursday with heavy rain and lightning that may have sparked fires.
Mom: Toms River day camp kids burned while sitting on pavement as ‘punishment’
Concrete surfaces run upwards of 40 degrees hotter than the ambient air temperature. Asphalt can be up to 60 degrees hotter.
NJ could make it illegal to rent pets — it’s up to Murphy
Leasing would be allowed to continue for breeding purposes and for service animals.
Taco Bell worker fired … then shot pepper spray everywhere, manager says
The worker also threatened to come back and trash the eatery at closing, her manager says.
Thunderstorms damage Stone Pony, knock out power for thousands
The fast moving storms had high winds, heavy rain and hail as they crossed New Jersey late Saturday afternoon.
Sarah Stern murder: Confessed accomplice gets 18 years
Sarah Stern's father Michael left the courtroom as Preston Taylor apologized for his role in his daughter's murder.
21-month-old left in hot car and died — Lakewood mom charged
The child was left inside the car for more than two hours.
Sandy Hook cancels concerts to protect bird that loves the Jersey Shore
The location of the piping plover nest and their dislike of noise led the National Park Service and Sandy Hook Foundation to call off the free concerts.
Another chance for Artie Lange to stay clean
Before his arrest on parole violations in May, Artie Lange bragged in a video he had been "111 days clean."
Brick High School sophomore dies after drowning in backyard lagoon
Grief counselors will be at Brick Township High School and Lake Riviera Middle School on Monday.
Cadet killed in West Point crash was NJ resident
Christopher Morgan was a Law and Legal Studies major scheduled to graduate with the Class of 2020 and graduate from West Orange High School.