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.
Ocean City takes on teen bicycle gangs menacing the boardwalk
Teen bike gangs have become a bigger problem problem on the boardwalk with several arrests during the weekend.
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.
‘I want to be your child molester’ — Predator extorted NJ teen into meeting, FBI says
After convincing a teenage girl to send him nude photos he threatened to send them to her friends and family unless she met where she could delete them herself.
Walmart, Sam’s Club locations add COVID-19 vaccinations
Anyone 65 and over can make an appointment by calling a store's pharmacy.
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?
COVID-19 vaccines for teachers, daycare, transit workers March 15
They'll join the list of eligible workers on March 15.
NJ man says he urinated in Nancy Pelosi’s office during Capitol riot
James Rahm posted photos and video of himself at the Capitol during the riot on January 6 including a selfie of himself with swollen eyes captioned "pepper spray."
Cash not welcome at Six Flags Great Adventure this season
Only credit cards and mobile payment will be accepted for purchases at restaurants, retail stores, games, ticket windows and parking toll booths.