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.
Bye bye, Gen Y: NJ business leaders fear continued exodus of millennials
They're supposed to be our future workforce, but apparently they want nothing to do with New Jersey.
Why Trump’s budget is bad news for NJ fishermen, clammers and Shore towns
"All the research we currently fund would disappear. The research doesn't happen without those federal dollars," the group's associate director says.
NJ advocates pushing hard for long-awaited preschool expansion
Funding for schools in Gov. Chris Christie's 2018 budget proposal, including preschool, was essentially flat. But he challenged Democratic lawmakers to revamp the state's funding formula.
Missed call? How to avoid the ‘area code scam’
How often do you answer a phone call — from a number you don't recognize — and hear nothing on the other end?
Classic toys and games that were created in New Jersey
Classic Jersey-born toys on display at immersive State Museum exhibit.
How Jersey Shore beaches weathered the winter storm
Wrapping up a survey of New Jersey beaches following the storm, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection saw no major problems as of Thursday afternoon.
NJ lawmaker wants to regulate roadside memorials for crash victims
They're technically against the law in many areas, but it's a law not truly enforced, according to a New Jersey lawmaker who's attempting to get a better handle on where these memorials are located, and by whom.
Irish for a day? Prepare for big St. Patrick’s Day crowds in NJ
If you're heading out to celebrate Friday, may the luck of the Irish be with you.
Broken promise? Still no train station at North Brunswick ‘transit village’
"What has happened is that New Jersey has gone back on its word," a transportation expert said. "They built up a lot of expectations and now they're saying there's no money for it. That's unacceptable."
Will you be glued to March Madness at work? Maybe that’s a good thing
Thirty-two college basketball games tip off between Thursday and Friday, and it's expected March Madness will put a big dent in how much time employees actually spend working when at the office.