Sergio Bichao has served as managing editor of New Jersey 101.5's digital presence since 2021 and has been with the state's most-listened-to radio station since 2016, when he joined one of the most respected online news teams in the state where he was born and raised. Over the years, the Society of Professional Journalists and the N.J. Press Association have recognized his investigating reporting on the shortcomings in the regulation of licensed professionals as well as in transparency in law enforcement. He was the editor on a series of articles that brought juvenile court cases to the public’s attention, ultimately resulting in the state Supreme Court mandating sensitivity training for all judges. His career has spanned writing obits to editing front pages, always guided by a commitment to justice and a love for everything New Jersey.
NJ school district says booster club bullied player by disinviting him to dinner
The ruling is the latest chapter in the Essex County school district’s ongoing battle with former coaches accused of abusive behavior.
NJ refs quit game after high school players kneel during anthem
Several players with Monroe High School have been kneeling all season, following similar demonstration by professional players in the NFL.
Family of NY/NJ bombing suspect sued city, claiming anti-Muslim harassment
The family of bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami accused this city and a neighboring business owner of anti-Muslim discrimination against them and their fried chicken restaurant.
FBI doesn’t know who set off Seaside Park bomb … Urge public: ‘Talk to us’
The FBI on Saturday evening urged anybody with information to contact their tip line.
Seaside Park explosion: More shrapnel bombs found — feds investigate
Authorities quickly ruled out a prank or an accident after they discovered two more undetonated devices
Trump stiffed hundreds of workers and contractors in New Jersey, report says
A USA Today investigation out Thursday found hundreds of people who said Trump and his businesses failed to pay for their work.