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.
Popular NJ boat channel won’t be ready in time for summer
A major thoroughfare for boat traffic at the southern end of Long Beach Island will likely be unsafe to use through at least the first half of summer.
NJ driving instructors share their ‘horror stories’ from the road
Teaching a brand new driver isn't the most dangerous part of the job.
A ‘huge scar’ on Monmouth County? JCP&L plan attacked at 2nd public hearing
During this public hearing, the public actually received a fair chance to speak.
Are you living in a healthy or unhealthy NJ county? The 2017 rankings are in
The report took more than 30 factors into account, including a closer look at premature deaths.
Could this mean the end of robocalls in New Jersey … for real?
The FCC is proposing new rules to block these unwanted calls, but will scammers still find a way around the law?
Your favorite fruits have survived NJ’s crazy weather … so far
It was a nerve-wrecking winter — one that included the warmest February on record in New Jersey — at Melick's Town Farm in Oldwick, where their peach trees trees were getting tricked into thinking it was the peak of spring.
Want a summer job at the Jersey Shore? Start moving now
At the beginning of February, at least 1,600 jobs were up for grabs at boardwalk piers in Seaside Heights and the Wildwoods.
See where your town ranks on this list of the best NJ spots for families
Only nine New Jersey counties were represented in the top 40.
Catching NJ’s shady home health aides: Free cams seeing ‘great’ response
It's been three months since New Jersey launched a program that provides free micro-surveillance cameras to concerned residents who want to keep a closer eye on the people looking after their loved ones.
NJ’s solution for the drivers destroying Wharton State Forest
Insensitive motorists are destroying ponds that are home to many of the region's unique animal and plant species.