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.
Home burglaries — NJ’s rate is among the lowest
Like most crimes, burglary is becoming less common in New Jersey and the U.S.
‘Sleepless nights’ — NJ vape shops feel blindsided by calls for bans
The e-cigarette/vaping industry has been under fire more than usual over the past several days.
What it costs to own a vehicle in 2019
When determining whether you can afford to take on a new car, keep in mind that monthly payments and fuel aren't the only costs involved.
1 in 4 adults in New Jersey are obese
For the first time, the annual report recorded adult obesity rates above 35% in nine states. As recently as 2012, that mark wasn't hit by any state.
NJ State Police report increase in summer roadway deaths
This summer was deadlier on New Jersey's roads than last summer.
NJ lawmakers: Schools need to allow military sashes at graduation
Their proposed law responds to a couple incidents in New Jersey this year.
‘King tide’ bringing high water levels to NJ through Labor Day
A spike in local flooding through Monday in New Jersey serves as a glimpse into a future impacted by sea-level rise from climate change.
Spring football to replace July practice? NJ coach wants to see it
While it may be standard practice in other major states that produce Division I football players, spring football at the high school level has never been sanctioned in New Jersey.
Rutgers research: Using cellphone on work breaks is big mistake
The experiment, published in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions, used 414 Rutgers undergrads as participants. All were told to try to solve challenging sets of word puzzles.
Toms River BOE member faces torrent of opposition at meeting
Before the public comment session could begin, Toms River Regional Schools BOE member Dan Leonard used Facebook to belittle a township resident.
NJ funeral homes can now serve food — some trying it out
After paying your respects during a visitation at Oliverie Funeral Home in Manchester, you can pay a visit to the food truck directly outside and grab a short-rib slider.
NJ is the 2nd-most expensive state for dating, analysis finds
Finding love, or keeping it alive, isn't cheap.