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.
Special-needs LGBTQ community gets first-of-its-kind support in Mercer County
A group unlike any other in the country has formed in Mercer County, in response to a developmentally-disabled man who was struggling to admit he is gay.
Is your child’s school bus safe? NJ report card lists violations
According to MVC Chief Administrator Raymond Martinez, New Jersey has a very stringent inspection program.
10 students suspended after football brawl at crosstown Brick game
Other penalties beyond suspension were imposed on certain students.
NJ food truck hysteria keeps rolling through the state
"We're food truckers and this what we do. This is our life," one owner said.
Back-to-school time: This is how hard it is for families to afford supplies
According to the president of the New Jersey PTA, the hunt for school supplies, and paying for them, creates a challenge for parents, students and teachers on a yearly basis.
Ocean County schools adopting tool used to stop international terrorism
Several school districts have signed on to a program, announced Wednesday by the county prosecutor's office, that can provide law enforcement with complete blueprints of school grounds, right down to the smallest closet.
Workers over 45 having trouble finding jobs in NJ — How do we help them?
Now more than ever, the future of workers over age 45 is on the rocks, according to local and national workforce experts.
NJ adopts wireless network solely for first responders
New Jersey is one of the first states in the country to opt in to the FirstNet Network.
Advocates worry NJ law on pain pills will hurt cancer patients
Nine key areas were measured. New Jersey reached the benchmark on less than half.
NJ among the most affordable states for child care?
One in three families in the survey said they spend at least 20 percent of their household income on child care. More than half of respondents believe they're spending too much.