I'm the digital managing editor of NJ1015.com, helping bring everything you love about New Jersey 101.5 online. A Jersey boy for the last 30-plus years, I've been part of newsrooms throughout New Jersey and Rhode Island. I believe Central Jersey is a thing, I don't care if you call it pork roll or Taylor ham, and while Springsteen's just fine, I'd rather be go to Asbury Park to meet some local band none of us have ever heard of. I like good hikes and great beer, and have an unhealthy addiction to expensive photography equipment. Seriously, someone stop me.
Louis C. Hochman
‘Probable tornado’ in North Jersey, water spout in South Jersey
The National Weather Service has lifted tornado warnings. A high school was reportedly severely damaged.
9 packed in 7-person car in crash that killed 4-year-old, 2 adults
There were no booster seats or child seats, and some people weren't wearing seat belts, police say.
‘Botched’ doc promises to fix Artie Lange’s nose … if he gets clean
But Artie has claimed to be clean before.
Memorial Day: Principal who died after donating marrow to teen remembered today
He was a veteran, a teacher, a principal and a marrow donor.
Doc said he was ‘El Chapo of Opioids,’ cops say. Somehow, he got busted
The U.S. Attorney's Office also alleges Robert Delagente, 45, of Oakland, falsified medical records to cover his crimes up.
Car in Brick crash wound up entirely vertical … somehow
The driver wasn't seriously hurt.
Live on NJ 101.5 tonight: Get answers about autism
Thursday night at 7 p.m., New Jersey 101.5 hosts a special town hall event, to answer your questions about autism services for families in New Jersey.
Kate Smith’s ‘God Bless America’ still welcome in Wildwood (not Cape May)
The Flyers and Yankees have both removed the song from their libraries over concerns other Smith recordings included racist lyrics.
Boss can’t (necessarily) fire you for medical marijuana off-hours — court
But they don't have to let you smoke on the job.
Flyers take down Kate Smith statue completely over racist lyrics
Flyers President Paul Holmgren saying the NHL's principle of "Hockey is for Everyone" means "we cannot stand idle while material from another era gets in the way of who we are today."