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.
How ready is NJ for bioterrorism or the next natural disaster?
New Jersey is graded on its ability to handle a public health emergency.
Will bike-share systems become the norm for NJ’s growing cities?
Bayonne officials exploring the idea of introducing a citywide bike-share system may benefit from taking some pointers from a couple neighboring towns.
How and when to break the news about Santa Claus
WARNING: This article is for disillusioned adult eyes only. It contains sensitive material about Santa's magic.
Why are New Jersey residents so giving this time of year?
According to an assistant professor of public policy at Rutgers-Camden, the tax benefit of charitable donations may be a factor in some New Jersey residents' giving moods during the final month of 2016.
With free cams, you can catch home health aides abusing patients … like this
"You are inviting a virtual stranger into your home to spend hours with your loved one, sometimes to spend the night, and you really don't have any idea how they're to behave when no one is watching," says Attorney General Christopher Porrino.
Will New Jersey get a white Christmas?
For a Christmas to be considered "white," there must be an inch or more of snow on the ground, even if that snow is left over from a previous winter event.
Howell school hockey referee fights ban after post-game fight with parents
"There's been no explanation at all; I was just taken off all my games," Dave Brown told New Jersey 101.5.
No tangled wires: NJ homeowners hire pros to install holiday lights
Are you amazed by the Christmas lights on some neighbors' homes? Maybe they're not as talented as you're led to believe.
NJ kids behind bars: Nearly 75 percent are black, report says
According to the report released Tuesday, nearly 75 percent of the 289 minors currently committed to a state juvenile facility are black, despite little difference between the rates of crime among black and white youth.
Is this NJ’s mating season? Why everyone’s getting ‘cuffed’ for the winter
New Jersey is smack dab in the middle of "cuffing season," when the desire to be single appears to take a back seat to the need for close companionship.