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.
Pickup truck purposely damages renovated fields at South Brunswick High School
One of the fields, a baseball field, had not yet been used by the team yet.
Some voters in Ocean County got mail-in ballots for the wrong town
All Ocean County voters should receive their ballot in the mail by October 5, according to county clerk Scott Colabella.
Searchers scour woods, Navesink River for missing ‘at risk’ woman
Mary Silengo, 62, was last seen late Tuesday at her home in Shadow Lake Village along the Navesink River in Middletown.
12-year-old among 4 charged in overnight Westfield home invasion
A 12-year-old Piscataway boy was among four suspects charged in a home invasion and assault early Tuesday morning, according to police.
The End: Pandemic shuts ShowRoom Cinema theaters for good
Murphy's executive orders closed all movie theaters in New Jersey on March 16 and did not lift the order until Sept. 4
A ticket to Trump’s fundraiser in NJ costs $250,000
It's the third fundraising event President Trump has attended in New Jersey in the past two months.
‘What the hell is wrong with people?’ Cat left with garbage for pickup, zoo says
The carrier was turned inwards possibly in the hopes that when the garbage was picked up no one would look inside and see the cat sitting inside it, according to the Popcorn Park Zoo.
Monmouth schools begin returning more students to classrooms
Less than a month after the start of the school year, the Marlboro district is planning to start bringing more students into classrooms.
NJ child care tuition assistance program accepting applications
Applications must be submitted by December 31 at childcare.nj.gov by families with children age 5-13.
‘We cannot live in fear,’ student says as more NJ schools pause athletics
Concern over coronavirus continues to affect New Jersey schools, with two more districts suspending fall sports.