Ever since he was a precocious 5 year old who read the Bergen Record and then published his own neighborhood newspaper, Dan Alexander has always had an interest in the news. Alexander says he learns something new on this job everyday and that's what keeps it interesting. Alexander has been with New Jersey 101.5 for the past 10 years on the digital team writing news and working behind the scenes on a variety of projects.
Volunteers Help New Jersey Beach Communities With Sandy Cleanup
Over 1000 volunteers helped beach communities affected by superstorm Sandy from in New Jersey and New York on Saturday.
Train Pulls Into Sea Bright For Charity Concert
The band Train performed a concert at the Sea Bright Christmas tree lighting to help the charity Sea Bright Rising.
Assembly Members Get Firsthand Look At Storm Damage [PHOTOS]
Members of the New Jersey Assembly are getting a firsthand look at storm-damaged coastal towns from Seaside Heights to Mantoloking.
Seaside Heights Roller Coaster Won’t Stay Submerged
A roller coaster swept off a Seaside Heights amusement pier by Superstorm Sandy won't remain as a tourist attraction partially submerged in the ocean.
NHL Players Help Sandy Victims [VIDEO]
Locked-out NHL players hit the ice Saturday night to raise money for Superstorm Sandy victims and give hockey fans a one-night fix.
Sandy Charity Offered $1000 For Gov’s Fleece [VIDEO/POLL]
First Lady Mary Pat Christie has been offered $1000 for the Governor's infamous fleece pullover he wore during Hurricane Sandy to benefit the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.
Vice President Biden Tours NJ Shore [VIDEO]
Vice President Joseph Biden toured storm damage in New Jersey on Sunday, stopping at a volunteer firehouse in Seaside Heights and the flooded PATH station in Hoboken.
Coming To The Aid Of Seaside Heights Towing Victims
A Shore area towing company and attorney have offered their services at no charge for those who feel they have been victimized by APK Auto Repair in Seaside Heights.
Ortley Beach Return Plan Amended
Residents of Ortley Beach both full & part-time have been given the green light for a return to their homes to inspect damage.
Throughout New Jersey many are chipping in and finding ways to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Below is a list of events that you may like to take part in to help those in need.