Dino is an on-air and digital journalist for New Jersey 101.5FM. He began working with the station in 2007 as a morning news producer, until his transition into the field.
Common material in NJ schools could be damaging children’s organs
No one knows how many schools in New Jersey have students and staff stepping on to potentially toxic floors on a daily basis.
‘Baby Soprano’ reaching millions on TikTok with her NJ accent
A true Jersey girl has gone viral at just 2 years old.
Cops: NJ special-needs school worker arrested for child pornography
Pretrial conditions for the defendant include supervision and internet monitoring.
NJ records big spike in dangerous sexually transmitted infection
Many people with the infection may not know they have it.
Top 10 scams revealed: They cost NJ residents millions a year
Being vulnerable is so expensive.
Poll out of NJ: Do you believe the Taylor Swift election conspiracy?
Forty-six percent of the American public has heard something about the supposed plot, according to the poll.
NJ may add an excuse to get out of jury duty
In order to be excused, jurors must complete a questionnaire online or through the mail.
Groups: NJ e-bike proposal is bad for insurers, working-class residents
A number of groups are pushing back against a proposed New Jersey law that passed through a Senate committee.
NJ tax rebate program expanded for 2023 taxes — how to apply
Applications are now being mailed out to give residents a chance to cash in on a New Jersey tax rebate program.
Can’t see the doctor? NJ report says you can blame their pay
The Garden State is near the bottom nationally for its ratio of primary care docs to residents, and New Jersey ranks 48th out of 50 in primary care spending.
New Jersey is a no-fault state — what that means for drivers
About a dozen or so states in the U.S. follow some sort of a no-fault system. But New Jersey is one of only a few so-called "choice no-fault" states.
Auto theft is ‘organized crime’ — NJ county bucking statewide trend
The focus now is to keep those numbers from climbing again — a mission that can be accomplished with work by both law enforcement and homeowners.