I am New Jersey 101.5's Afternoon News Anchor. I was formerly Senior Producer of Morning News and Special Programming here for four years, and Evening News Anchor for another three. I'm proud to be a member of our on-air and digital teams which have been honored with a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, and also by the New Jersey and Keystone chapters of the Society of Professional Journalists and the New Jersey Broadcasters Association. I got my start in radio at The College of New Jersey, on student-run WTSR-FM, and graduated from TCNJ in 2009. Before coming to 101.5, I did news and sports for WGHT-AM in Pompton Lakes and WYNY-FM in Milford, PA. In a previous life as a child actor, I appeared in the Broadway cast of "Beauty and the Beast" from 1994 to 1996. I live in Hunterdon County with my wife, Kristen, and our poodle, Archie.
Atlantic hurricane season to be busy, but not as bad as 2020
As far as what's "normal," NOAA's definition of that itself is changing. Now, an average season will be defined as having 14 named storms, seven of which become hurricanes.
Countless activities, attractions & history at Tuckerton, NJ Seaport
The most important thing at the Seaport these days is that visitors are able to enjoy everything the destination has to offer at their own individual comfort level.
NJ shoppers eager to return to stores post-COVID: Verizon survey
People seem to really want to support their local, small businesses that may not have much of an online presence, and have person-to-person experiences again, at long last.
Make beaches great again: Trump flag, lots of PPE in shore sweep
Among the other findings that made Clean Ocean Action's "Roster of the Ridiculous" were a kitty litter scoop, cocktail shaker, AirPods, a foam Halloween tombstone, and a New Year's Eve party hat.
Gas prices down in NJ but overseas COVID spikes may stall further drop
Prices are down a couple of cents statewide versus a week ago, but not much more downward action is expected for now.
What are ‘ghost forests,’ where are they in NJ, and why?
They are particularly noticeable in New Jersey in the low-lying terrain of the Delaware Bayshore and the Mullica River basin.
Spring is coming — could high pollen counts fuel COVID infection?
In a word, yes. But allergists say wearing a mask helps, and getting the COVID vaccine drives the risk down to zero.
NJ gas prices up sharply in past month, but won’t go much higher
The average price of a gallon of regular gas in New Jersey has gone up 7 cents in the past week, nearly 30 cents in a month, and is almost 40 cents more than a year ago, just before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and a nosedive in oil demand.
Could recreational pot reduce NJ workers’ comp claims?
In 2018, New Jersey paid out $2.4 billion in workers' comp claims, but a new study says the introduction of recreational marijuana could reduce that figure by up to 20%.
Loved ones of NJ veterans who commit suicide could get counseling
The Assembly bill does not address veteran suicides directly, but rather provides support for families and caregivers of those who have taken their own lives.
Faster, cheaper internet for NJ schools counters ‘digital divide’
A new, three-year contract for the administering of a long-standing program by the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey could stand to save schools in the Garden State more than 50% on internet access.
Cherry Hill man makes remote learning desks for township kids
Justin Foley describes himself as an "amateur woodworker" who had never really been able to give back to his community, until now.