It’s a simple thing, really. Humans have been doing it for thousands of years, around campfires, on paper, through the magic of electromagnetic waves and vacuum tubes, and now across the boundless expanse of cyberspace. Technology has shrunk our planet, allowing more of us to talk with one another, but no matter how sophisticated the communication device, the essence of storytelling remains the same. I consider it an honor to be your storyteller, to be your eyes and ears on the street, and I aim to transport you to the action.
My own story starts in New Jersey. I was born in Paterson and raised in Jersey City. After interning at WCBS 880, I graduated from New York University in 1995 and went to work at WRKL radio in Rockland County. I moved on to Associated Press Radio and NBC Mutual in New York City before returning to WCBS.
Every morning as I sit in my car and write my script, I remind myself of one thing- my job is to tell you a story, a clear, concise, accurate story.
Whether you’re listening to your radio or your computer, we’re really still just sitting around that old campfire.
For the chronically unemployed – people recovering from the recession – where do they turn? An employment agency? A headhunter? The public library?
North Bergen orthopedic surgeon Dr. Lee Berger has designed the Ortho-tag, a chip programmed with patient information that can be scanned from outside the body with the wave of a wand.
New York City health officials hope to lift advisories at some area beaches forced to close due to a massive sewage spill in the Hudson River.
There have been 25 rabies cases in Westchester County this year – the most in the state.
For a moment, close your eyes and enter the world of someone who is blind.
Toxic paint is the scourge of New Jersey’s industrial past, when the largest auto plant in the United States was right in Mahwah.
According to credit rating agency Moody’s, school districts and municipalities in New York are already strained.
Stories From Main Street: Rockland Boy Restoring Historic Monsey Cemetery As Part Of Eagle Scout Project
Brian Negrin’s Eagle Scout project shows respect for those who came long before he did.
A couple of nights ago, when a bear wandered through the streets of Nyack, residents were not warned.
What’s the deal with all the road signs? It’s a questions being asked in Fair Haven and all across New Jersey these days.
Plenty of fights in Seaside Heights, N.J., have aired on MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” but none have resulted in quite as many arrests as this past holiday weekend.
Driving along the Merritt Parkway can sometimes feel like you’re entering an enchanted forest.
For the past few weeks, thieves have been prowling Wyckoff and Franklin Lakes overnight, stealing wallets, cameras, iPads and GPS units from unlocked cars.
A victim of the tax cap, the library was privately funded by the borough but there was a deficit and residents voted against increasing their taxes.
The budget approved in Connecticut is making a whole slew of things more expensive beginning Friday.