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.
Paterson peace activist came at cops with knife during standoff, NJ officials say
Najee Seabrooks called 911 while barricaed in a bathroom which brought police to a Paterson apartment.
NJ’s WWE Diva Tamara Lynn ‘Sunny’ Sytch faces more legal trouble
In January Tamara Lynn 'Sunny' Sytch was charged by acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey with threatening to kill her boyfriend with a pair of scissors in Keansburg.
NJ cops charge ex-WWE ‘Diva’ with threatening to kill boyfriend with scissors
The Matawan native is considered the first WWE (WWF) “diva” and was AOL’s “most downloaded celebrity” in 1996.
Hazing victim’s family outraged; Wall, NJ offered to pay suspects’ tuition
"He firmly believed that he was about to be sodomized and was scared to death," a family spokesman said of the assault in the Wall High School locker room.
Public speaks out on Wall, NJ high school football hazing, sex assault accusations
Community members packed a township board of education meeting, amid allegations and a probe of a locker room incident and a sex assault off school grounds.
Dozens of Rutgers football players now positive for COVID-19, report says
Gov. Phil Murphy said the cases are likely from a house party and not athletic activity during the team's summer practice sessions.
Carteret first school district to cancel fall athletics
The Ramblers will remain on the sidelines over concerns about the spread of coronavirus among players.
UPDATE: Pro boxer surrenders after fatal head-on DWI crash
Robert "Bobby" Gunn was last seen in Arizona and may be working as an independent contractor.
NJ’s first coronavirus fatality was veteran of horse racing
One of the presumptive cases from Burlington County had recently traveled to Italy with his wife and worked at a Robbinsville office.
Monmouth looks into ‘highly offensive actions’ at basketball game
Students targeted a player for opponent Sienna at Friday night's mens basketball game.