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.
9th rabies case reported in Middlesex County
The dog that was bit in Monroe Township had up-to-date shots and did not have to be put down.
Cable pierces roof of NJ Transit train; NYC service suspended
An overhead wire is being blamed for a suspension of NJ Transit service into New York but pictures on Twitter show the wire may have come through the roof of a train.
Ramp from Route 195 east to 295 south closed for emergency repair
An inspection of the ramp turned up deteriorating concrete that required immediate repair.
Monmouth SWAT leader arrested, charged with luring child
The 21-year veteran officer was picked up in Toms River in a sting operation.
‘You’ll end up with nothing’ — Homeless man was urged not to fight for $400K
Johnny Bobbitt Jr. was offered a check for "what's left" of the money if he agreed to fire his pro bono attorney.
Attempted luring incident reported in Princeton
A man in his 40s pulled up his car alongside the girl as she walked along Prospect Avenue.
Homeless man Johnny Bobbitt getting his $400,000; GoFundMe steps up
The announcement comes the same day police searched the Florence Township home of Kate McClure and Mark D'Amico.
NJ university suspends all fraternities and sororities over hazing
In a letter to the university community Monmouth president Grey J. Dimenna said he suspension was a result of "serious conduct violations that have occurred within the community including hazing, alcohol and drug use, and lack of academic focus."
Mold found in even more NJ schools after wet summer
Several schools reported isolated cases of mold as classes started this week while others continued clean up operations that started in August.
Caffrey’s co-owner said he will rebuild burned restaurant
An investigation led by the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office determined the fire in the restaurant on Route 9 started in the kitchen and was accidental.