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.
Winner of $521M Mega Millions smart not to come forward … yet
A Toms River financial planner said it's really a shock to win a huge lottery jackpot, with life changes both good and bad.
‘Following his heart?’ — Cops say man sexually assaulted 12-year-old girl
Police say Liam Hiam had been communicating via a video game player app called "Discord" for the past six weeks before they met in person.
53 crashes on New Jersey highways in challenging Monday snow
Bands of heavy snow dropped several inches of snow in a short period of time.
NJ school closings and delays for Monday, April 2
A quick snowfall on Monday morning could mean delayed openings and closures for New Jersey schools on Monday.
Cruise ships and chickens mark April Fool’s Day in New Jersey
Disney building a new port in New Jersey? Rutgers changing its team name? Sunday was not just Easter Sunday on social media across the state.
Asbury Park drive by shooting injures 5, police say
EMS crews took three people to a hospital while two others were brought by private car following the shooting.
Some Brick apartment fire victims may not return home for a week
130 people were forced from there homes due to the Friday night fire. Many will not be able to go back home for at least another week.
Deer rescued after glass bowl gets stuck over its entire head
A glass light fixture filled with water attracted the attention of a thirsty young buck in the woods.
$521M Mega Millions ticket sold in New Jersey — was it yours?
A single winning ticket was sold in New Jersey for the state's first jackpot win since 2016.
Fire forces 130 out of Jersey Shore senior apartment building
Residents were not immediately allowed back into their apartments because of extensive water damage.