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.
Fleeing suburbia — How NJ towns are trying to attract millennials
Millennials are attracted to the live-work-play environment, explains James Hughes, Rutgers University professor and an expert in New Jersey economics and demographics.
How Wildwood makes up for no beach fees
We spoke to the man in charge to see how the city has been getting away with such a bold move — a move not everyone is on board with.
Don’t be lazy when backing out of your driveway — it can be deadly
Hundreds of people — mostly children — are killed each year nationwide, and thousands more are injured, by a vehicle going in reverse.
From young to old, what we love about New Jersey
There's been plenty of New Jersey-bashing over the past two days. But on day 3 of our series covering different generations' views of and attitudes towards the Garden State, we look on the bright side.
Born and raised in New Jersey — Now get me out of here
While the oldest members stuck it out in New Jersey for most or all of their lives, there's no shortage of folks heading towards retirement who say they want out.
What senior citizens think about living in New Jersey
Monday through Wednesday of this week, New Jersey 101.5 takes a look at multiple generations in New Jersey and how they view the state in which they live.
Roxbury residents say free Star-Ledger papers won’t stop littering their lawns
Every time Emil Ruesch thinks he's finally put an end to unwanted newspapers on his lawn or driveway, he's back in the same predicament a week or two later.
Cops are undercover at liquor stores in these 32 Jersey Shore towns
If your under-21 kid attempts to purchase booze at the Jersey Shore this summer, they may be in handcuffs within seconds.
After ball hits baby in face, a look at how NJ ballparks keep fans safe
A near tragedy played out last Wednesday when a baby was hit in the eye by a foul ball during a Sussex County Miners game at Skylands Stadium.
Lifeguards not required at hotels — like this one, where a 6-year-old drowned
The young girl, according to initial reports, mistakenly entered the deep end of the pool at Nantucket Inn & Suites.