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 healthy is New Jersey? See the new state-by-state rankings
The report looked at 35 measures covering behaviors, community and environment, policy, clinical care and outcomes.
Former Rutgers student’s hacking may have cost university $9.5 million
A 21-year-old from Fanwood has pleaded guilty to a series of attacks against the university's servers that may have cost the institution close to $10 million.
The only NJ company that’s among the best for women
Based on the feedback of anonymous female employees nationwide, work culture website Comparably has released a list of the top 50 large companies for women in 2017.
Good money to be spent on employee holiday gifts, survey finds
Maybe there is something you can look forward to when going to work...at least one day out of the year.
NJ residents who shop online might be unwitting tax cheats
You may be cheating on your taxes each year without even trying.
NJ a ‘state of concern’ for school bomb threats
Between 2014-2015 and 2015-2016, the number of bomb threats at New Jersey schools spiked from 39 to 62, according to the most recent report from the state Department of Education.
How to help NJ’s domestic violence victims this holiday season
It's estimated that nearly all victims of domestic violence are also suffering financial hardship.
Growing number of NJ children have had a parent behind bars
The new numbers are an update to a 2016 report that says the incarceration of a parent can have the same impact on a child's well-being as domestic violence or abuse.
1000 degrees in 30 seconds: How to avoid a Christmas tree fire
"Trees catch fire very quick, very easily, they're extremely flammable," said David Kurasz, executive director of the New Jersey Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board. "It's a real risk that the general public needs to be aware of."
Suddenly, lots of New Jersey residents have high blood pressure
With the new "high" now considered 130 over 80, rather than 140 over 90, countless additional New Jersey residents are walking around with high blood pressure and likely have no idea.