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.
Monmouth County residents flood public hearing on proposed JCP&L project
More than 1,200 seats were available for a public hearing on Jersey Central Power & Light's massive system upgrade proposal in Monmouth County, and that wasn't enough.
See what could be added to your kid’s lunch menu in 2017
To keep up with nutrition requirements, vendors have to get creative with the way they offer cafeteria favorites such as pizza, french fries and chicken nuggets.
NJ food pantries struggling after the holidays — Here’s how to help
The immediate months after the holiday season typically produce tough sledding for food pantries throughout New Jersey.
This could be your last chance to speak on power line plan for Monmouth County
A much-awaited public hearing on a proposed system upgrade by Jersey Central Power & Light is scheduled for Wednesday in Middletown.
Struggling in NJ — 52 percent of all workers earn less than $20 an hour
NJ residents living above the federal poverty line are still below the basic cost of living for housing, food and child care.
Are these NJ high-schoolers smarter than you? The best ‘hacks’ of the weekend
Groups of students had 24 hours to come up with something awesome, and they did not disappoint.
3 years later, no known plan for shuttered Atlantic Club casino-hotel
The first in a string of casino closures during 2014, the Atlantic Club at the southern end of the Atlantic City boardwalk dealt its last on Jan. 13 - three years ago today.
Is high NJ flu activity linked to a lower vaccination rate?
For the first time during the 2016-2017 season, flu activity is considered high in every region of the Garden State.
Where and when to find Girl Scout cookies in NJ this year
In most New Jersey counties, order forms start circulating this Saturday.
Will NJ’s foreclosure mess get cleared in 2017?
According to statistics released Thursday by ATTOM Data Solutions, an online real estate database, New Jersey posted the highest foreclosure rate last year at 1.86 percent.