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.
Christie Releases Utility Restoration Calendars
Governor Chris Christie has released restoration calendars from the electric utilities that will give communities an idea when they can expect power to be restored.
Atlantic City Casinos Reopen
Governor Christie has given the green light for Atlantic City's casinos can reopen immediately and residents can return home.
Power Outage Cancels NJ Transit’s Plan To Resume Service On 3 Lines
A power outage has canceled part of NJ Transit's plan to resume service on 3 of its lines on Friday morning.
High School Sports Delayed Due To Sandy Damage
This weekend's high school football games and a number of playoff games have been delayed a week due to damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
New Jersey Drivers Line Up For Gas
New Jersey drivers are lining up at gas stations all around the state in search of a fill up following Hurricane Sandy.
NJ Transit Reopens River Line Light Rail, No Timetable For Commuter Rail
NJ Transit will reopen the River Line Light Rail service but still has no time table for restoration of its commuter rail.
Christie Postpones Halloween
Governor Chris Christie has postponed Halloween until Monday, November 5.
Fire Breaks Out In Storm Damaged Mantoloking [VIDEO]
Fires that destroyed about 14 homes in Mantoloking that were hit hard by Sandy have rekindled, fueled by natural gas.
State Offices Closed For A Third Day
New Jersey state offices will remain closed for a third day on Wednesday in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
NJ Power Outages Drop to 2.3 Million After Sandy
The number of power outages in New Jersey from hybrid storm Sandy has dropped to 2.3 million.
NJ Transit To Stay Suspended Indefinitely
NJ Transit will remain suspendedindefinitely due to damage to equipment and facilities throughout the system caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Sandy Live Interactive Blog
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