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.
Still plenty of beach tags to be bought for summer 2021
While Spring Lake has sold out tags have yet to go on sale in many shore towns.
Rowan cancels winter sports season but hopeful for spring
Athletic Director Dr. John Gianni says it's better than the frustration Division 1 schools have had of constant last minute cancellations and shutdowns.
Kittens thrown in garbage, nearly crushed at NJ recycling plant
The three kittens were heard crying on a conveyor belt at the Burlington County Recycling Center.
Viral video of man running away from crash on NJ’s 42 Freeway
State Police said they are investigating the incident.
Amazon temporary closes NJ facility, says packages still on time
Employees who were scheduled to work will be paid for the time off the job, according to Amazon.
NJ opening ‘mega centers’ for COVID vaccine: When you’ll get yours
Most states including are getting less dosages of the Pfizer vaccine than expected but it's not clear why, according to Gov. Phil Murphy.
MVC stops handing over new licenses; they’ll be mailed instead
The MVC will trash outdated printers and will mail new licenses issued at offices starting Tuesday.
So far, no companies fined for breaking Murphy’s COVID-19 rules
The state Department of Labor has only started to investigate nearly 380 reported workplace violations of Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order.
Murphy signs law banning plastic and paper bags, Styrofoam containers
Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday signed one of the nation's toughest bans on single-use plastic and paper bags and disposable food containers
Senate OKs bill allowing U.S. flags on Turnpike, Parkway overpasses
The bill would prohibit the authorities from removing any American flag properly displayed and following the rules.
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.