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.
Several homes burned by Irvington fire
Video showed the home in a residential neighborhood engulfed in flames.
Trenton signs emergency deal to help troubled water utility
The agreement will help Trenton Water Works after issues over the past several months, including water pressure and pink-colored water coming out of some of its customers' taps.
WATCH: Trump delivers State of the Union; NJ congressman skips
A Democratic congressman from NJ will be absent from the speech as President Trump delivers his State of the Union address.
NJ’s oldest lighthouse has message for spray-paint vandals
Vandals spray-painted "We are beautiful" in large black letters onto the 161-year-old Absecon Lighthouse.
4-year-old girl is first to die in NJ this flu season
More than 5,000 confirmed cases in New Jersey so far.
WATCH: Food fight breaks out at Denny’s
Authorities are looking to charge those responsible.
Dad killed in front of daughter at South Amboy YMCA
A preliminary investigation determined a car rolled down a hill towards the YMCA building.
Collingswood mayor ‘warns’ — Fly Patriots flag, we’ll shut off water
The town accompanied the letter with the notes "#flyeaglesfly #wemeanbusiness #whyilovecollingswood" in its Facebook post.
Mt. Laurel raises $5K to send bus driver to the Super Bowl
Parents and students in Mount Laurel raised nearly $5,000 in five days via a GoFundMe page to send bus driver Gary Kelmer and his wife to Minneapolis complete with tickets, hotel and custom jerseys.
Light snow slickens NJ’s Tuesday morning commute
A little light snow created some problems on New Jersey roads on Tuesday morning and led to some delayed openings of school.