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.
Young adults today: No school, no job, living at home with mom and dad
More than 2 million older millennials fall in this category nationwide, according to the report.
Route 78 roadwork starts June — Here’s what to expect
Initial work on the NJ-PA roadway could begin as early as the week of June 12, continuing until a winter hiatus and then eventually wrapping up late next year.
Do you have what it takes to be a lifeguard at the Jersey Shore?
For the first time in 2017, lifeguards are climbing their posts this weekend to keep an eye on the waters and countless swimmers.
What most workers want during the summer months
Isn't it a little harder to be productive in the office when the weather's so nice outside?
Are NJ’s beaches ready for summer crowds?
Two significant storms took a toll on New Jersey's beaches in the offseason, but they moved through rather quickly and the majority of eroded sand was deposited offshore in sand bars and will gradually move back onto the beaches.
The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties gets a new identity
"This is not a departure from the history and the positive legacy that the FoodBank has," executive director Carlos Rodriguez said during a Tuesday morning unveiling of the organization's new identity. "We're doing more to win against hunger. We are working to fulfill the gr…
See which road projects could affect your Jersey Shore commute
We reached out to the agencies that handle most of New Jersey's major roads headed for and from the shore to get a rundown on summer roadwork.
Jersey Shore towns geared up to take on post-prom rowdiness
It's the first weekend away, with no direct chaperoning, for a number of teenagers who may want to take advantage of just that.
Disabled and non-disabled students playing together on NJ sports teams
Some special education students can outrun students without a disability, or sink baskets at a greater rate. They just haven't always had the chance to compete.
Nabbing the drug dealers responsible for NJ’s overdose deaths
Under a state law adopted 30 years ago, drug dealers and everyone in the drug "chain" are held criminally responsible for deaths resulting from the controlled dangerous substances they've made or distributed.