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.
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.
How to save money on hosting a Super Bowl party in NJ
Browsing a shopping center in Brick for the usual food and drink suspects of a Super Bowl shindig, the total tab amounted to more than $150 for a party of 10.
Stressed at work? Join the club
Younger workers are feeling pressure more than any other age groups, the survey finds.
More NJ towns getting rid of Airbnb and short-term rentals
The war rages on in North Jersey against short-term rentals made possible through companies such as Airbnb.
Attention, programmers: NJ towns have problems. Do you have the solution?
If you're talented at coding, programming, digital design or just being creative, there may be $8,000 with your name on it.
Bakeries, tortilla makers lead NJ food industry’s $1.3B payroll
It has some fierce competition on a nationwide scale, but New Jersey appears to be a powerhouse in the food manufacturing business.
Winter so far in New Jersey: Not exciting, but still not over
If you're a snow lover, the 2016-2017 winter has been practically a dud so far in the Garden State.
What you should (and shouldn’t!) do when running a Super Bowl office pool in NJ
Generally speaking, this type of gambling is legal in the Garden State. But a couple of wrong moves can make it go from raising camaraderie to raising red flags.
Looking for adventure in NJ? Try the never-ending ‘geocaching’ scavenger hunt
"When I first got into it, it became an addiction of sorts," said Pennsville resident William Davidson. "Right now, I might go out on my day off and find five to 10 geocaches, make a day out of it."
NJ company putting garbage found on beaches to use in France
Plastic waste that washed ashore or was left on the sand by beachgoers will make up to 25 percent of a first-of-its-kind product hitting shelves this summer in France.