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.
Derailment suspends NJ Transit North Jersey Coast Line service
All eight cars of the New York-bound train remained upright after the derailment and none of the seven passengers on crew on board were injured.
Mom drove drunk, and now 4-year-old is dead, cops say
Police said they found an open container of alcohol in the car.
Protest organizer: We hope Murphy heard us, won’t order shutdown
"We're hoping that he listened and if he did then further action will be required," Heather Darling said.
Guadagno: GOPers ‘cowardly and shameless’ for backing Trump election claims
The former Lt. Governor said Republicans who do nothing to stop President Trump's ongoing challenges are "cowardly and shameless."
Woman runs over her passenger in hotel parking lot, NJ cops say
The man got out of the car to continue an argument as the driver kept backing up, according to police.
Newark mayor wants city to follow 10-day curfew starting Wednesday
Gov. Phil Murphy will have the final say over whether or not the order can take effect or violates state restrictions.
NJ police chief refuses to send cops to enforce minor pandemic violations
Police chief Arthur Kudrick says in a memo "if political events are exempt from the latest executive orders about gatherings "then family and friends should be permitted to gather with equal consideration."
NJ Transit confident PTC installation will meet Dec. 31 deadline
The Federal Railway Administration says in a progress report only half of NJ Transit's 375.9 PTC mandated route miles are complete.
California police recover $20,000 lost by Nutley woman in scam
The woman sent the cash in hopes of getting a larger amount.
NJ man charged with trying to blow up ex’s family is found dead in jail
A Middletown man charged with trying to kill his ex-girlfriend's family by blowing up their home was found dead in his Monmouth County jail cell on Thursday.