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.
Seacoast Towns Offer Absentee Voting Due to Expected Snow
New Hampshire law allows for voting the day before an election if a winter storm warning, blizzard warning, or ice storm warning is in effect.
Seacoast Snow Totals Go Up as Nor’easter Settles on Track
Gusty northeast winds of up to 50 mph will drive the wet snow to stick to one side of trees and cause some branches or weaker/dead pine trees to fall, resulting in scattered power outages.
A Tale of Two Portsmouth Restaurants: One Door Shuts, Another Opens
The owner of Nostimo Greek announced his retirement and the return of another longtime Portsmouth favorite restaurant.
Nor’easter to Bring Heavy Wet Snow, Rain, Gusty Winds to Seacoast
The storm will begin as a mix of rain and snow Monday night and continue all night transitioning to all snow by Tuesday morning's commute. It continue all day Tuesday into the early morning hours of Wednesday.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, at Impasse Over McIntyre Project Negotiations
City attorney Susan Morrell said that the city negotiating team has a meeting with the General Services Administration Monday to discuss its application for the purchase of the McIntyre federal building on Daniel Street.
Change the Clock and Other Things to Do for Daylight Saving Time
The clocks jump ahead an hour Sunday at 2 a.m., and stay that way until November 5.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, City Council Meets Saturday About McIntyre Project
The agenda for the meeting does not include a specific item up for discussion.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Police Pick Their New Comfort Dog
Mason, a four-month-old Labrador retriever, was selected to be the department's new comfort dog by Hero Pups of Exeter.
Here’s When Thunder Over NH Parking Passes Will Be Available
Free parking passes and premium seat tickets for the 2023 Thunder Over New Hampshire Air Show will be available to the public at 8 a.m. Tuesday, March 21.
11 Arrested in Seabrook, New Hampshire, Illegal Drug Activity Bust
The arrests came thanks to the work of the Seabrook Police Problem Oriented Policing Unit (POP), a hybrid of patrol officers and detectives.
Cheers: Amtrak Downeaster Can Continue Alcohol Sales in New Hampshire
It was initially reported by several media outlets that the line, which runs from Boston to Maine through New Hampshire, would have to suspend alcohol sales because of state law requiring product to have been purchased by the seller in the Granite State.
School Bus, SUV Collide in Berwick, Maine
Berwick police said the MSAD 60 bus crashed into an SUV just after 7 a.m. on School Street (Route 9) in Berwick.
How Much Snow Fell From Saturday’s Snowstorm?
The National Weather Service in Gray, Maine, showed most snow in the Seacoast region was in Shapleigh in York County with 14 inches.
Portsmouth NH 400 Unveils First Design in Sculpture Park
A 20-foot stainless steel design by artist Sijia Chen will be installed in the new Bohenko Gateway Park on the Market Street Extension in Portsmouth.
Fire Destroys Kittery, Maine, House
Flames broke out late Saturday afternoon at the one-story home on Tenney Hill Road.
Snowy Saturday Brings Snow, Sleet, Gusty Winds, Power Outages
The entire area is under a Winter Storm Warning until 7 p.m. Saturday night for "significant snowfall" that will create some hazardous driving conditions.