I am New Jersey 101.5's Afternoon News Anchor. I was formerly Senior Producer of Morning News and Special Programming here for four years, and Evening News Anchor for another three. I'm proud to be a member of our on-air and digital teams which have been honored with a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, and also by the New Jersey and Keystone chapters of the Society of Professional Journalists and the New Jersey Broadcasters Association. I got my start in radio at The College of New Jersey, on student-run WTSR-FM, and graduated from TCNJ in 2009. Before coming to 101.5, I did news and sports for WGHT-AM in Pompton Lakes and WYNY-FM in Milford, PA. In a previous life as a child actor, I appeared in the Broadway cast of "Beauty and the Beast" from 1994 to 1996. I live in Hunterdon County with my wife, Kristen, and our poodle, Archie.
COVID has disrupted downtown life, but NJ leaders expect rebound
Business will return to normal, even if it's a reduced and eventual form of what we once thought was normal.
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This is hardly the first time people have taken hold of a belief regardless of its basis in fact.
Atlantic City nonprofit assists local students, homeless
Princess, Inc. is trying to identify unmet and previously unthinkable needs brought on by the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
Newark, Camden businesses incentivized for zero-emission vehicles
Vouchers are being offered to businesses in these two urban centers for the purchasing of as many as 300 electric work vehicles.
How to reduce bank fees if your income’s been hit by COVID-19
There are more consumer choices for banking services than ever before, so anyone's needs can be met.
McGreevey’s ‘Women’s Project’ pairs with first lady’s program
The New Jersey Reentry Corporation launched a new initiative to better facilitate training, employment, and health care for formerly incarcerated women.
Do young voters have interest in further involvement in politics?
While older demographics of voters might be able to draw on the memories of other times in their lives when it felt like democracy was being threatened, first-time voters may be much more impressionable.
Homemade pillowcases bring smiles to hospitalized NJ kids
This nonprofit organization has provided at least 2 million pillowcases, and counting, to more than 350 hospitals in the U.S. and Canada.
Loved ones of NJ veterans who commit suicide could get counseling
The Assembly bill does not address veteran suicides directly, but rather provides support for families and caregivers of those who have taken their own lives.
Faster, cheaper internet for NJ schools counters ‘digital divide’
A new, three-year contract for the administering of a long-standing program by the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey could stand to save schools in the Garden State more than 50% on internet access.