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.
‘Honeymoon period’ not just for relationships, job study finds
Happiness is short-lived in the workplace, along with interest in the newly-acquired position, according to new research from staffing agency Robert Half.
NJ 2nd in nation for economic benefit from immigrants, report finds
They were born outside the United States but are major economic drivers for New Jersey.
These are the best NJ jobs for 2017 college graduates, site says
To fit the bill for this report, the job must require a college degree. The analysis also looked at the average entry-level salary, as well as projected growth as an industry over the next several years.
NJ florists ‘can’t breathe’ on Valentine’s Day, but they love the extra business
New Jersey lovers have had 365 days to prepare their gifts for Valentine's Day. Still, droves of customers flood florists and supermarkets throughout the state to create a last-minute rush unlike any other.
Breakfast is served for even more low-income NJ students
In just one year, an additional 15,000-plus low-income students in the Garden State started their school day with a healthy morning meal, according to a new report.
Jersey Shore beach badge fees going up again. Here’s how much
As we brave the cold and crawl towards summer 2017, towns along the Jersey coastline are deciding what to do with their beach badge fees.
New play ‘Indian Head’ recalls NJ’s own ‘Redskins’ mascot controversy
"Indian Head," written by Bloomfield resident Nikkole Salter, makes its world premiere Friday at Luna Stage in West Orange.
Wealth gap widening, as few millennials buy homes
Some are just more interested in renting than buying, but the generation's absence from the housing market has generally been fueled by last decade's recession and the recovery since.
NJ has had more than 130 reported UFO sightings since Jan. 2016 (PHOTOS)
If there's life beyond this world, they must love the Garden State.
Thousands of NJ addicts’ lives saved by Narcan in 2016
The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office cites 502 Narcan reversals in 2016, and that only includes deployments by law enforcement.