I have been covering New Jersey news for more than 25 years, and have served as New Jersey 101.5’s lead investigative reporter since 2000. I've reported on a number of breaking news stories, including the 9/11 Terror Attacks, the Jersey based Anthrax Attack Investigation, the resignation of Governor Jim Mcgreevey, Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy as well as the terror bomb attack down the shore. I have covered the campaigns of Governors McGreevey Corzine, and Christie, as well as U.S. Senators Frank Lautenberg Bob Menendez and Cory booker. Additionally, I broke the story – in a series of reports – on New Jersey’s crumbling, dangerous bridges. I am proud to have received numerous awards for coverage of New Jersey stories, and been featured as an expert reporter on CNN’s Nancy Grace show, covering various topics including the Prom Mom Baby dumped in Trash segment.
Having work done in your house? You may need a permit for that
What work requires permits, and what doesn't.
Is Jersey’s PR campaign actually fighting the opioid and heroin epidemic?
So far, the heroin death numbers aren't any better than last year's.
Could abuse-deterrent pills help stop NJ’s heroin epidemic?
Advocates say yes, but not everyone is convinced.
Ready for some delicious ‘Jersey Fresh’ fruits and vegetables?
After a dry 2016, farmers are hoping for a bountiful spring and summer
Your child is diagnosed with autism — what should you do right away?
If your child is diagnosed with autism, what happens next is very important
At least 3 anti-Jewish crimes every week in NJ, report says
A new report finds New Jersey had the 3rd highest number of incidents of any state in the nation.
How does NJ decide which road projects will get funded?
A proposed Committee would give final approval for all big DOT projects.
Lawmaker says NJ Transit needs more money — and here’s how it could get it
But where is it going to come from?
Hoboken Terminal repairs could be finished soon; Christie, Amtrak quarrel
Most areas in Hoboken Terminal where a train crash killed a woman and injured more than a hundred others last September will reopen in June.
Stopping cell phones from getting into NJ prisons
Efforts are being ramped up by the NJ Corrections Department to make sure inmates can't get their hands on cell phones.