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.
Sore loser Rangers fan punches New Jersey Devils Woo Crew member — twice!
Video captured the Woo Crew member coming down from a railing holding a “hell yeah” sign getting punched by the Rangers fan after Erik Haula's goal made it 3-0.
NJ police ask high school students to stop playing Senior Assassin
Holmdel police were called to a house when a team playing Senior Assassin was lurking around a yard with water guns but were at the wrong house.
Dead whales & dolphins: 2 points of view about the reasons why
With at least 28 dolphins and 13 whales having been found dead on the New York and New Jersey shore there is a sharp divide about whether climate change or increased work related to wind turbines including sonar mapping might be to blame.
Howell, NJ residents near chemical dump told they might have to evacuate
The extent of chemicals left at the former Compounders site in Howell was discovered after a fire in February.
Organizer cancels ‘bring your own weed’ NJ beach parties after legal threat
The parties planned for the first two weekends of May were canceled and anyone planning to go told to stay away by organizers.
NJ Turnpike reacts to ‘unacceptably long’ E-ZPass delays costing people money
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority is aware of recent delays in reaching customer service and called them "unacceptably long."
Brick, NJ women who run ‘Crazy Ladies Sanctuary’ turn down plea deal
Aimee Lonczak and Michele Nyczbe turned down a plea deal that would land them in the Ocean County jail for a year plus community service.
Dolphins in NJ: You can now see them in the Raritan — and that’s not good
The seemingly happy group of dolphins were swimming in the Raritan River have not been seen since Wednesday, according to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center.
Man killed after NJ off-duty cop hits him while crossing street
The 67-year-old man was crossing Whitesville Road.
Massive wildfire burns 3,900 acres, forces evacuations
The fire called the "Jimmy's Waterhole Fire" began burning late Tuesday afternoon along Route 539 in Manchester near Horicon Avenue north of Route 70.
Adventure Crossing, guard base clean up after NJ tornadoes
The new Adventure Crossing in Jackson and the New Jersey National Guard base in Sea Girt were heavily damaged by Saturday's tornadoes.
Man rescued from Howell, NJ trench using a crane
Working with the job site construction company's crane operator the 66-year-old Bridgewater man was hoisted out of the trench Tuesday afternoon.