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.
NJ campaign reinforcing tips to stay alive on busy shore roads
Do you know the "vital signs" to check when approaching a crosswalk?
A count of NJ’s homeless, county by county
On the night of Jan. 24, volunteers canvassed the state to find out how many people in New Jersey have no real place to call home.
Day trips to the Jersey Shore — a popular choice this summer
Twenty-one percent of survey respondents plan to take two to three trips to the shore for the day. Fifteen percent say more than five day trips are in the works.
Reducing the threat of sexual violence on NJ college campuses
"We can not reduce or eliminate sexual violence on college campuses if we're not willing to do the hard work back in our homes and in our communities," said Patricia Teffenhart, co-chair of the task force and executive director of the New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault.
Route 1 congestion through South Brunswick could end Monday
New Jerseyans who commute through South Brunswick may feel less of an urge to slam on their horns or flip someone the bird.
NJ’s ‘blue holes’ — refreshing, but deadly quarries
They look like a slice of paradise that magically appeared right here in the Garden State, but they've proven deadly and dangerous, and you're being warned to stay away.
NJ baseball teams playing by (very) old-school rules — equipment and all
In the mid-19th century, there were no gloves allowed. Catching the ball on one bounce registered as an out. The ball-strike count started when the ump felt it was needed.
Alzheimer’s numbers in NJ, and the stress it puts on caregivers
Experts and the families of sufferers agree "it takes a village" to care for someone with Alzheimer's or another form of dementia, but most caregivers are on their own, or at least feel that way.
That text can wait — Pull over to these 14 ‘safe phone zones’ on NJ roads
While driving, do you have the mental power to avoid checking the latest incoming text message or phone call?
Smartphone use is like heroin addiction, Rutgers professor says
Likening it to an addiction to heroin, associate professor Terri Kurtzberg said individuals have a strong pull to their devices when they see it light up or hear a ring.