I am a digital journalist for New Jersey 101.5FM. I began working with the station in 2007 as a morning news producer (I don't miss the 4 a.m. to 12 p.m. schedule) until my shift into the field. This job is always full of surprises; I never know where the next assignment will take me.
How to spot and escape rip currents at the Jersey Shore
As beach weather persists in the Garden State, you're being warned to look out for rip currents in the ocean that can pull you way offshore in a matter of seconds.
Abandoned New Jersey: Garden State is full of creepy places
Cheating the law sometimes, as well as death, a group of "urban explorers" have taken it upon themselves to share the creepiest, most desolate places that New Jersey has to offer.
Winter rentals – cheap and desired at the Jersey Shore
Living near the beach doesn’t only have its appeal during the summer months. According to realtors along the Jersey Shore, winter rentals produce some decent business as well.
Fantasy football: A good distraction at work?
Workplace productivity will lose a few yards over the next several weeks as millions of full-time workers let fantasy football get in the way.
Pumpkin, Oktoberfest brews already available
Fall craft beers appear to be taking a page out of the Christmas playbook, showing up in stores seemingly earlier and earlier each year.
Should more NJ restaurants serve alcohol?
New Jersey's rules concerning liquor licenses would be flipped upside down if legislation awaiting action in Trenton becomes law.
Medical marijuana in NJ, nearly six years later
It's been 66 months since patients in New Jersey were granted access to medical marijuana. Today, though, only half of the six planned dispensaries are up and running.
Who visits the Jersey Shore?
Maybe we take the Jersey Shore for granted. You wouldn't believe where some people come from, just to experience New Jersey during the summer.
Jersey shore residents dread holiday weekend
Memorial Day Weekend, to most of New Jersey's residents, represents the start of the best few months of the year: summer. That means nicer weather, less school bus traffic, and random trips to the shore.
Online gaming in NJ could be propelled by new credit card code
The switch from one four-digit code to another could result in a big financial boost for New Jersey's online gambling industry.
NJ ranks in top 10 for online bragging
There's a fine line between sharing and bragging, and it seems New Jerseyans are stepping over that line a bit too much.
Is NJ ready for another Sandy?
Two years since Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, the state still isn't stronger than the storm.