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.
Mask dispute with NJ family empties Spirit Airlines plane
An entire Atlantic City-bound Spirit Airlines flight was disembarked Monday morning in Orlando over a mask dispute with Toms River family of two children.
A 44 Year Cold Case That’s Troubled Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania is Finally Solved
A New York man was charged with killing a pregnant teen whose body, along with her nearly full-term fetus, was chopped and stuffed into three suitcases dumped from a Pennsylvania river overpass in 1976.
That vaccine appointment text could be a scam, NJ warns
The text messages are likely trying to obtain personal information to commit healthcare fraud or other forms of identity fraud.
Rutgers will require COVID-19 vaccinations for on-campus students
Students full enrolled in an online degree program or participating in fully online or off-campus continuing education programs will be exempt along with faculty and staff.
Egg Harbor City predator paid 12-year-old rape victim $10 to keep quiet
Jose Rodriquez was already on the state's sex offender internet registry at the time of the assault from a 2004 conviction.
NJ teacher raped student at school on his last day of work, cops say
A former music teacher in Ocean City was arrested Sunday on charges of molesting his student
NJ schools to fully open in September — maybe sooner — Murphy says
How did Mount Olive schools start the return to full classroom instruction but other districts are duking it out with school boards and filing lawsuits?
Week of raw sewage on Ventnor streets: Leak finally plugged
Installation of a bypass connection is expected to be complete by late Friday, which will stop the flow of sewage onto the street.
Six Flags Great Adventure workers get a raise to $15 per hour
Food and beverage operations, custodial services, security, shuttle drivers, and lifeguards will get even higher wage increases.
Wildwood beach tags? Hotels say no, one mayor wants to ask voters
Wildwood Crest mayor Don Cabrera says residents are evenly divided about beach fees and wants them to consider their impact.
COVID-19 vaccine appointments go fast at Rite Aid
Rite Aid would not confirm all appointments were booked but it only had 7,500 doses across 70 locations in New Jersey.
On first morning, CVS vaccination appointments all booked
Nearly 20,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccination available at CVS were spoken for in a few hours on Thursday via the company website, app and phone.