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.
First Street in Dover, NH Closed Monday for Old Courthouse Work
First Street will be closed between 6:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. to allow a mobile crane to unload the prefabricated walls.
NH, Maine Earn Opposite Grades in Smoking Control Report
The report grades each state individually on its progress towards the American Lung Association's goal of a tobacco free future.
Striker Force: NHSPCA Nurses Dog Living in Squalor Back to Health
Striker, a 10-year-old mixed breed, was noticed by a neighbor who called the NHSPCA over concern about his appearance. His ribs were showing, hips protruding and his eyes sunken.
Liberty Mutual Workers Leaving Dover, New Hampshire, but Tax Payments Continue
The insurance company will soon begin moving the 1,225 workers from the two buildings on Liberty Way in Dover to the Portsmouth office 15 miles away.
Two UNH Students Involved in Pedestrian Crash in Durham, New Hampshire
Durham Police said a Buick SE Enclave driven by Connor Lovett, 21, a member of the UNH men's hockey team, struck pedestrian Brian Faxon as he crossed Main Street in a crosswalk.
Power Restored to Most of New Hampshire Seacoast, Work Continues in Maine
Eversource, Unitil, the New Hampshire Electric Power Co-op, and Central Maine Power all brought in extra crews to help with repairs as another storm arrives Wednesday afternoon.
New England Gets 2nd Mega Millions Jackpot Winner This Month
A single ticket was sold at Hometown Gas & Grill in Lebanon, Maine for the Mega Millions drawing of January 13 with an annuity value of $1.35 billion ($724.6 million cash).
Rochester, NH, Police Officer Helps Woman Escape Fire
Rochester Police officer Nick Alexander used a fire extinguisher to slow the fire on a staircase at the house on Old Dover Road Sunday afternoon.
Winter Returns With Heavy, Wet Snow, Power Outages, and More Snow
Crews worked all night to get the lights back on across the Seacoast region as the storm pulled away from the New England coast.
Fallen Tree Cancels Amtrak Downeaster Trains
Eight trains - four in each direction - were canceled through Monday afternoon because of trees across the tracks in Wells.
UPDATE: Rye, New Hampshire, Water Main Break Repairs Delayed by Storm
Rye Water District crews were unable to make repairs Monday to the break at the intersection of Ocean Boulevard and Harbor Road because of the astronomical high tide.
Track Shift Brings Snow to Inland Seacoast, a Mix at the Coast
The Seacoast's second winter storm of the past week will bring another 6-8 inches of snow to inland areas, but rain will hold down totals along the immediate coast of Rockingham County.
Raymond, New Hampshire, Man ID’d as Cannon Mountain Ski Accident Victim
Ben Bennett's mother and sister said the 21-year-old who went off a trail at Cannon Mountain Wednesday was a UNH student just shy of his 22nd birthday.
Seacoast Media Group Moves Newspaper Printing Out-of-State
The company's two daily newspapers and four weekly newspapers will be published over 90 minutes away instead of on the Seacoast.
More Tragedy on the New Hampshire Slopes: Skier Dies at Cannon Mountain
The 21-year-old man was found by the ski patrol in the woods along the Upper Ravine Trail after being reported missing by his friends.
How Much Snow Fell on the New Hampshire, Maine Seacoast During the Winter Storm?
Most of the snow fell in the early morning hours.