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.
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.
You can’t leave NJ dogs tied up outside in bad weather anymore
The new law supersedes local ordinances already in place.
South Jersey father, 3-year-old daughter go missing
Police are looking for a father and his 3-year-old daughter who were reported missing on Wednesday night.
Trio starved baby girl to death, cops say. Her twin suffered too
The girl's emaciated sister survived but had “multiple healing and acute” rib fractures, police say.
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The MVC will trash outdated printers and will mail new licenses issued at offices starting Tuesday.
Murphy, shooting down rumor, says NJ schools will not be closed
The governor said the return in some districts to classroom learning has "worked quite well" even as more districts go all- remote through at least Thanksgiving.
NJ clarifies COVID-19 rules for barbershops, salons, restaurants
Questions raised about the limits for barber shops and hair salons were addressed in an Executive Order from Gov. Phil Murphy.
COVID-19 cases climb: Murphy says ‘a number of steps’ coming
Gov. Phil Murphy said with the number of positive cases continuing to increase in New Jersey the state will "clearly be taking action" but did not offer details.
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
Appointments now required for certain services at some MVC offices
Most vehicle centers will no longer accept walk-in customers.