I am New Jersey 101.5's Senior Producer for Morning News and Special Programming, also serving as lead reporter and fill-in anchor for "New Jersey's First News." I was formerly the station's Evening News Anchor from 2013 to 2016. I'm proud to be a member of our on-air and digital teams which were honored by the New Jersey chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, for coverage of the 2016 Seaside Park bombing, and by the New Jersey Broadcasters Association, for the 2015 fatal Amtrak derailment. I got my start in radio at The College of New Jersey, on student-run WTSR-FM, and graduated from TCNJ in 2009. Before coming to 101.5, I did news and sports for WGHT-AM in Pompton Lakes and WYNY-FM in Milford, PA. In a previous life as a child actor, I appeared in the Broadway cast of "Beauty and the Beast" from 1994 to 1996. I live in Hunterdon County with my wife, Kristen, and our 6-pound toy poodle and life of the party, Archie.
Rowan University Opens Child Abuse Treatment Center Satellite in Vineland
Rowan University's CARES Institute is opening a satellite location in Vineland on Monday.
All Aboard! Yes, Even Pets — Amtrak and NJ Transit Now Allow Cats and Dogs
Pet owners often consider their dogs and cats full-fledged family members, and Amtrak is embracing that by expanding a pilot program that allows passengers to bring their small pets onto trains in the tri-state area.
14th Annual Garden State Film Festival This Weekend in Atlantic City
In 2002, a chance meeting between film industry vet Diane Raver and New Jersey-born actor Robert Pastorelli led to the start of the Garden State Film Festival, which premiered the next year and is preparing for its annual showing in Atlantic City.
‘Matthew’s Miracles’ Honors South Jersey Child Killed by Police Cruiser
Three days after Christmas last year, Gloucester County 10-year-old Matthew McCloskey texted his mother, Michelle Harding, to ask if he could sleep over at a friend's house during the holiday vacation. But Matthew never got to the sleepover.
Shedding light on addiction in Ocean County
It's an oft-repeated mantra, but addiction affects more than just the users it entraps. Addicts' families can also be torn apart. Helping them understand the problem is the goal of a charity walk this coming Saturday in Seaside Heights, and the mission of the organization behind the event.