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.
‘We love you’ — funeral for NJ lifeguard struck by lightning is Saturday
Friends released balloons in Keith Pinto's honor Thursday night and left Post-it notes on his lifeguard stand.
Retired NJ cop with $115K pension charged with stealing time on job
Officer Gregory Ingrum was charged with third-degree theft by deception and is no longer doing any work for the department.
Video shows deadly bicycle vs. police car crash in Atlantic City, NJ
The video shows Everett Stern riding into the path of a vehicle driven by uniformed Atlantic City police officer Ahmed Waqar.
‘Let’s Get Vaccinated!’ Camden, NJ Parade Encourages COVID-19 Shots
"I always say 'meet the people where they are' so bringing the vaccine and services to the community and meeting the residents where they are is crucial," Camden Mayor Victor Carstarphen said.
Spirit Airlines will have to continue canceling flights, CEO says
CEO Ted Christie told USA Today he believes the pieces of a complex puzzle are starting to come together.
Lucky to be alive: Final report issued on scary, damaging NJ tornadoes
The storms are proof that tornado outbreaks can and do happen in New Jersey, according to New Jersey 101.5 Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow.
More flights canceled Thursday: Spirit Airlines says system reboot will fix it
The airline canceled 331 flights alone by 4 a.m. on Thursday including dozens from Atlantic City, Newark and Philadelphia.
Atlantic City, NJ councilman says he was beaten in ambush over drug vote
Hossain Morshed said the group that assaulted him after he left a mosque told him it was meant as a "message for Atlantic City police."
Couple who summered in Ventnor, NJ, dies in Surfside condo collapse
David and Bonnie Epstein were planning to travel to New Jersey the week of the Fourth of July to spend the summer with their only son.
Dad rescues his kids from NJ’s second-deepest lake
The report of a fourth person in the water but a search by a dive team proved it to be false.
Road-rage Gunman Shoots Pick-Up Truck Twice on NJ highway, Cops Say
The incident is second reported shooting on a New Jersey highway Sunday.
NJ congressman seen in his underwear during Homeland Security meeting
Rep. Donald Payne's desk was covered with a bed sheet that could be seen by participants in the hearing that started at 8:30 a.m.