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.
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.
Have you had diversity training at work? How NJ measures up
More than three-quarters of workers said their employer has a policy in place banning workplace discrimination. But about 20 percent cited hearing racially- and ethnically-offensive things on the job.
Terror warning for NJ residents — watch out for vehicle-ramming attacks
From just 2014 to 2017, terrorists carried out 17 known "vehicle ramming attacks" worldwide, according to the feds.
Crane games: Investigating if they’re fair in New Jersey
Arcades along the Jersey Shore claim this is the state to be if you're set on mastering the mechanics behind these games and actually coming away with a prize.
Why owning a pool in NJ could get more expensive and difficult
Nailing down a law-abiding company to install your swimming pool, or just open it for the season, may become a more difficult task in the Garden State. And there's some concern it could become a more expensive task as well.
Deadbeat parents a constant target for NJ sheriff’s offices
"When we go out, it's not really during the day. We try to go out at nighttime ... when we know these people will be home," said Somerset County Prosecutor Frank Provenzano.
What NJ is doing to protect the state’s most vulnerable species
Multiple efforts are underway by the state of New Jersey to get a better handle on and protect the dozens of endangered and threatened species within the state's borders.