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.
WANTED: Man Put Loaded Gun in NJ 1st-Grader’s Backpack, Cops Say
The boy found the loaded Taurus 9mm handgun and brought it to a teacher who notified police.
South Jersey Dunkin’ customers warned about hepatitis A
The Gloucester County Department of Health recommends that anyone who was potentially exposed receive a post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP).
Father Forgives NJ Man Who Peed on Son’s Memorial
Mark Clopp said he could have stayed angry or make the incident a teaching moment about forgiveness.
All Aboard! NJ Transit Atlantic City Line Back in Service
For the first time in eight months, service has resumed on the Atlantic City Line and the Princeton Dinky.
Doe! Deer stuck in waves rescued by Jersey surfers
A group of surfers in rubber suits went into the chilly ocean water off Belmar and tried to rescue the deer about 25 yards from shore.
NJ Retailer to Make Changes as Another Shuts Down
Charlotte Russe began liquidation at its 416 stores across the country on Thursday in preparation of a shut down as Family Dollar and Family Tree announced they are closing stores.
Rider dean quits in protest over campus ban of Chick-fil-A
A dean at Rider University said she would not compromise her Christian beliefs and defend the school's decision to not allow a Chick-Fil-A on campus because of the perception the company is opposed to the LGBTQ+ community.
Victoria’s Secret, The Gap Could Be Closing NJ Stores
JC Penney, which announced 24 stores will be closing this year, confirmed only one New Jersey location will be shut.
Payless to close all shoe stores, report says
The shoe chain with 20 stores in New Jersey could begin liquidation sales as soon as next week.
Atlantic City Line May Not Reopen for Months After Anticipated
Atlantic County Freeholder John Risley said he was not enamored with what NJ Transit's executive board said about restoration of the Atlantic City Line and put the blame on "staffing issues" and a backlog of locomotive maintenance.
NJ courts dismiss 780K tickets — Find out if yours is one
Is your old municipal court ticket one of nearly 780,000 that have been dismissed?
WANTED: Accused GoFundMe Scammer Skips Court Appearance
A warrant was issued for GoFundMe scam defendant Johnny Bobbitt Jr. after he failed to show for a hearing on Tuesday.