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.
Dulce Alavez not forgotten one year after disappearance, prosecutor says
"This investigation is not going to close until either we find Dulce or we find the person responsible for her disappearance," says Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae.
How Murphy and the legislature hope to cut down long MVC lines
The lines become a daily occurrence since the MVC offices reopened in July with customers camping out all night to ensure a place in line to conduct their business.
Back-to-school chaos: More NJ school districts make last-minute changes
With the new year school year just days away, three New Jersey school districts have made late decisions to start virtually.
NJ could require all students to get flu shots this season
The bill also states that "a general philosophical or moral objection to the vaccination shall not be sufficient for an exemption on religious grounds."
NJ mailboxes removed, but they’re being upgraded, USPS says
The removal of mailboxes around the country comes over concerns about funding for the United States Postal Service and its ability to handle mail-in ballots.
Educators plea to Murphy: Don’t open any schools in-person yet
Three education organizations say a decision about public health cannot be left to the state's 600 school districts.
Police kill man in Ventnor, find dead man in Atlantic City
Authorities are investigating a police shooting on a road and a separate gun death at a residence, both in Atlantic County.
Isasis damage: 1 million without power, some may be out for days
Utilities are not ready to give an estimate on when the power will be restored for the majority of its customers.
Dozens of Rutgers football players now positive for COVID-19, report says
Gov. Phil Murphy said the cases are likely from a house party and not athletic activity during the team's summer practice sessions.
Tornado touches down in New Jersey as Isaias hits state
Thousand were without power Tuesday morning as winds gust to more than 50 mph, with heavy rains.
‘Total freak tragedy’ — NJ parents die within hours in separate accidents
A couple raising children died hours apart Monday in two separate accidents, leaving grieving friends and relatives across New Jersey.
Heat wave fire roasts 300,000 chickens, melts South Jersey barns
Nearly 300,000 chickens were killed in a fire that started Monday night and burned all night at the Red Bird Egg Farm.