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.
2 Dogs Die in NJ Official’s Car: No Charges and Few Answers
K-9 Ember died in a hot SUV along with the pet dog of Gloucester County fire marshal Sean Layton but many questions about the circumstances and a delay in reporting their deaths remain.
School Year Starts With Chaotic Gun Scare at NJ Elementary School
Students in Berkeley Township were sent to another school as a precaution after reports of an incident involving firearms and an injury.
Seaside Heights, NJ police free dog locked in hot vehicle
Police Chief Tommy Boyd estimated the dog was inside the vehicle for about an hour.
After Pressure, NJ to End COVID-19 Mandate for Schools, State Workers
The mandates will end immediately for schools and child care facilities while the state worker testing mandate ends Sept. 1, according to a report.
NJ Transit Train Fatally Hits Teen in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ
The juvenile was struck near the Forman Avenue crossing Sunday afternoon.
Day 3 of Rotten Egg Smell Making People Physically Ill in South Jersey
Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management said a high number of calls came into the county 911 dispatch center Thursday complaining about the smell.
Mom With 4-Year-Old Trapped in Pitch-Black Air Bubble Under Sinking Boat on NJ Coast
A mother called 911 from under the hull of the boat off Barnegat Light as rescue teams raced to flip the boat over.
NJ Cops Looking for Woman Seen Screaming for Help From Truck
The cab was parked on Route 130 near Dayton Toyota around 2 p.m Wednesday afternoon.
Bullied Even After Death: Teen Charged with Terrorizing NJ Student’s Funeral
An online memorial service for Emily Murillo, of South Brunswick, was disrupted by someone who made threats and shouted insults.
NJ High School Senior Drowns after Trying To Retrieve Kids’ Ball From Pond
A resident of the adjacent Dorchester Manor Apartments told NothJersey.com he saw Clinten go into the pond to retrieve a soccer ball for some kids.
Gov. Murphy: Pain at the pump needed to ‘break Putin’
When asked about the status of Lukoil stations franchised in New Jersey to local businesses but facing boycotts and suspension of their business licenses Gov. Phil Murphy did not have a full answer.
Watch Your Mailbox: You’re Getting a ‘Gift’ from NJ E-ZPass
E-Z Pass transponders have a lifespan of up to 10 years.