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.
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.
Couples suing beer-throwing NJ vice principal over possible COVID-19 exposure
The incident was prompted by Lisa Smurro's rant against a transgender woman using the restroom at a restaurant.
Plane makes emergency landing at intersection in Robbinsville, NJ
The pilot from East Windsor brought the plane down at the intersection of Sharon Road and Gordon Road along with some power lines.
Ouch! Nasty clinging jellyfish return to the NJ shore
The dime size species with its painful tentacles is found in their natural habitat of eel grass, sea lettuce and algae in the back bays, rivers and estuaries.
Murphy expects NJ elementary students to wear masks in fall of 2021
Gov. Phil Murphy continued his executive order mandate for age 12 and under while in school because they cannot get vaccinations.
NJ congressman one of few Republicans supporting Jan. 6 Capitol riot commission
Republican Rep. Jeff Van Drew was the only member of the House delegation to vote against creating the non-partisan 9/11-style commission.
2nd wildfire in NJ this week: Burlington, Ocean forests burning
Dry brush and low humidity are helping to create ideal conditions for the spread of wildfire in New Jersey.
Galloway woman inflicted starvation, bloody assault on 9-year-old, cops say
The girl was emaciated and injured by a metal spatula so badly she was hospitalized for a week, according to prosecutors.
Wildwood Crest beaches ban smoking of tobacco — and marijuana
Ordinances banning smoking on the beach and rejecting the sale and distribution of marijuana both take effect on July 7.
Protest continues against beer-throwing Neptune vice principal over wife’s trans rant
The district says it has taken "swift and serious"action against Michael Smurro but can't offer details citing confidentiality rules.
Grandma’s talking leads to arrest of South Jersey man in Capitol riot
One of the women told her grandson about Robert Petrosh who he noticed has been "lying low" since arrests of people charged with entering the Capitol on January 6 began.
NJ customer sues over McDonald’s burger wrapper with fecal matter
A Millville mom and her daughter are still suffering anxiety and severe emotional distress over the January incident.