Dino is an on-air and digital journalist for New Jersey 101.5FM. He began working with the station in 2007 as a morning news producer, until his transition into the field.
NJ Homeland Security: The biggest threats to ‘soft targets’ this year
Individuals who've gone rogue are a much bigger threat to your safety right now than foreign terror groups, according to the latest threat assessment from the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness.
Police: NJ woman set home ablaze, charged with attempted murder
A grand jury has given the green light to an attempted murder charge and arson charges against a Hunterdon County woman who authorities say intentionally started a fire in the home where she was living.
Single-family neighborhood? Not anymore under new NJ bill
Currently, many municipalities don't allow accessory dwelling units.
If this internet program expires, NJ homes will have to pay more
Funding is set to expire soon on a federal program that's been helping hundreds of thousands of New Jersey families afford their internet bills on a monthly basis.
NJ animal control officer arrested: Dying dog was found in garbage bag
A man who owns a kennel and works as an animal control officer has been arrested on animal cruelty charges.
NJ county launches system to streamline help for struggling residents
Now, residents don't have to waste time dialing several agencies that may not even be able to help.
6 middle schools in NJ make new list of ‘schools to watch’
A few middle schools in New Jersey have earned national recognition for 2024, based on academic excellence and other key measures.
NJ-to-Pa. bridge, a ‘bane’ to drivers for generations, may get replaced
The bridge has been rehabilitated multiple times since opening to traffic in 1905.
Is NJ stepping on parents’ toes? Controversial mental-health bill advances
New Jersey lawmakers are interfering with the role of parents, according to critics of a proposed law that has already received the green light from a panel of legislators.
Macy’s, with a huge presence in NJ, closing 150 stores
According to the retail chain, approximately 50 of the closures should occur by the end of January 2025.