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.
270 stops and counting: Why this NJ principal is visiting his students’ homes
Principal Braddock hopes to hit the home of every student by the end of the school year.
See how much NJ residents earned through Airbnb
In 2016 alone, more than 6,000 New Jersey hosts rented out their home, or a room, to visitors through Airbnb.
NJ girls worse off than a decade ago, report claims
New Jersey has lost a step since the Great Recession when it comes to the health and well-being of young girls.
Need work? Atlantic City casinos still have hundreds of job openings
With an estimated 11,000 jobs lost over the past few years due to casino closures, you'd think snagging an open casino job in the gambling town would be nearly impossible.
How local NJ officials determine who can post what on official social media accounts
Much more thought and caution go into these posts and tweets than you may realize, as officials try to make sure these social media accounts don't cause more harm than good.
Developmentally disabled young adults getting a boost from NJ colleges
New Jersey colleges and universities — big and small — are doing their part in making sure more young adults with developmental disorders get their shot at a successful postsecondary education.
Sharing a home in NJ: A more affordable option for many
One had just learned of a worsening cancer diagnosis and never really preferred to live alone. The other had just been a victim of identity fraud and, without a job, was carrying a ton of credit card debt.
Is online gambling driving additional business at Atlantic City casinos?
With the gambling seaside town already decimated by competing casinos in neighboring states, it's been debated for some time whether the ability to wager online would suck even more potential customers out of Atlantic City.
Another apartment building fire fuels NJ debate over lightweight wood construction
It was a hot issue following a 2015 Edgewater fire that left hundreds of families homeless, but that discussion slowly died down, and nothing has changed since, at least officially.
Is your ZIP code a major environmental risk? Check this NJ map
More than half a million single family homes and condos in New Jersey are sitting in high-risk zip codes, meaning at least one environmental factor is at hazardous levels, according to new research.