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.
Atlantic City, NJ School District Under Investigation After Child-Porn Case
Board of Education president said it was unprofessional of member John Devlin to reveal a matter discussed during an executive session.
Dangerous rabid raccoons on the rise in Ocean County, NJ
Point Pleasant Borough and neighboring Point Pleasant Beach have warned residents about raccoons walking erratically and screeching, two symptoms of rabies.
Man loses leg after getting stuck in cement truck in Lakewood, NJ
A man walking by the truck was able to turn the pump off and stop the man trapped inside the barrel from further injury.
Morey’s Piers bomb threat among several to hit NJ this week
Four separate threats were made to organizations within the past week, two of which affected primary voting, but no arrests have yet been made.
NJ Woman Says She Was Attacked By A Mother At A Philly Museum
Danielle Vincent said she got a "likely" concussion after asking a child not to splash water and being punched in the head by the girl's mother at the Franklin Institute.
Dulce’s Mom in Rare Interview on Missing Child: Hard for Family
Dulce Alavez was five when she vanished from a Cumberland County park in September 2019. Her mother says she thinks about her daughter everyday.
Fairfield, NJ shooting that killed 2, injured a dozen was ‘targeted’
Multiple weapons have been recovered and one person has been arrested with additional charges and arrests expected.
Not a violent crime? After dog starved to death, NJ law lets owner avoid jail
An East Brunswick man charged with starving to death his 7-year-old pit bull will avoid going to jail.
NJ ‘not there yet’ on ending mask mandate — You can’t tell who’s vaccinated
NJ 'not there yet' on lifting masks: Can't tell who's vaccinated
Postponed Rocket Launch Could Be Visible Over NJ on Monday Night
Chances are good of having a partial view of Monday night's rocket launch around 8 p.m. are good.
Driver Who Dropped Cigarette Hits People, Cars, Mailbox in Toms River
Michele Ventriglia drifted to the left and sent two people walking a dog to hospital looking for a cigarette in her lap.
$15 An Hour Wage, Tuition, Hoagies: Employers Entice New Hires
Some businesses owners are using their own personal savings to increase wages for employees and new hires,according to NJBIA CEO Michele Siekerka.