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.
No charges for NJ cop who fired at car driving toward him
Jacob Servais, 19, of Millville and his girlfriend were suspects in a in a home invasion in Lower Township the previous day.
‘Petty vengeance’ sparks NJ football game shooting — Boy fighting for life
The men fled Pleasantville High School in a police car headed for Atlantic City, according to the prosecutor.
3 injured by gunfire at NJ high school football playoff game
Fans ran out of the stands after the shots were fired as players on the field thought they heard fireworks.
NJ student’s blackface photo prompts safety scare at high school
Parents and students thought the picture was part of a threat against the school and kept their kids home from school on Monday.
Vigil to mark 2 months since girl, 5, vanished from NJ park
The family of Dulce Maria Alavez struggle to keep media attention on the girl's disappearance from a Bridgeton after two months.
Coyote bites man on Rutgers trail in Piscataway
The member of the Rutgers community was attacked and bitten near the RAC on the school's Livingston campus early Thursday.
Long Branch teen charged as adult with executing his family
The Kologi family was spending New Year's Eve 2017 at their Long Branch home when the 16-year-old gunned them down, police said.
Missing Freehold woman’s ex had been charged with domestic violence
John Ozbilgen was also accused of assault in two domestic violence complaints but one of them but was withdrawn.
NJ man took Snapchat of dying victim he choked during sex, cops say
A Superior Court judge ordered that Michael Gaffney be held in prison until his trial.
Freehold woman still missing after Staten Island search
Two hundred members of law enforcement using K9 units, helicopters, and machetes searched a Staten Island park for a second time.