His news career originally started behind the camera as a Studio Director for News 12 New Jersey. After a few years behind the control room panels, he decided to pursue his goal of becoming a storyteller, and worked his way to becoming a freelance Multimedia Journalist for News 12 The Bronx/Brooklyn.
Enzo's second reporter position landed him as a New Jersey-based MMJ for Verizon FiOS 1 News, where he covered hyper-local stories both up and down the Garden State, including the 2016 Hoboken Train Crash.
In between his various broadcast news jobs, he has taken gigs on film and television sets around the New York City-New Jersey area, fueled by his love for movies.
Enzo is excited to join the NBC12 News Team and to call Richmond 'home'. In his spare time, he likes to watch movies or hit the gym.
Leaders at St. Catherine’s and St. Christopher’s Upper School divisions say the campuses are closed Friday and students are learning virtually after at least two students tested positive for coronavirus.
All the recent rains undoubtedly brought flooding to many homes in Central Virginia, but imagine your house flooding three times, as it happened to one Hopewell family who is now facing thousands of dollars and months of repair work.
”You’re going to have to have your face coverings, you're going to have extra hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes. Things of that nature that wouldn’t have been included in a emergency kit in the past.”