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.
Sexual Assault Awareness: Thousands of rape calls handled by NJ crisis centers in 2016
It's not easy to put a hard number, or even a rough estimate, on how many people in New Jersey are the victim of sexual violence each year.
Planning a yard sale in New Jersey? You may need a permit
Have you been breaking the law in your town for years?
Ocean County is weeks away from long-awaited dune project
Considered to be one of the most vulnerable stretches along New Jersey's coastline, Ortley Beach will be the first spot in northern Ocean County to benefit from a beach replenishment project that local officials have been waiting on since the shore was slammed by Superstorm Sandy.
Multiple backups highlight NJ’s vulnerable roads, transportation system
Your smooth commute to work — if that's even a possibility in New Jersey — can be thrown completely out of whack when just one thing doesn't fall in place, even if the issue is dozens of miles away.
New report shows how much more NJ pays in property taxes vs. rest of U.S.
Nationally in 2016, the average property tax bill on a single family home was $3,296. New Jersey residents wish they had it that good.
A retail collapse? Additional NJ closures leave lots of open space
Payless Shoes became the latest chain retailer Wednesday to announce store closures within the Garden State.
Emergency car repair: You probably don’t have the money
The average repair bill runs between $500 and $600, AAA said, and owning and operating a vehicle costs more than $8,500 per year.
Equal Pay Day: How long it takes for NJ women to make what men earn
It took until April 4, 2017 for women in the United States to finally earn as much money as men had earned in 2016.
Renting because they want to: Luxury units dotting NJ’s highways and byways
New Jersey's "bookend generations" are feeling the pull towards upscale rental living.
Eat, drink & be weepy? NJ funeral homes push for repeal of food/drink ban
New Jersey remains one of just a handful of states that forbid food and beverage inside funeral homes.