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.
Fewer NJ Students Receiving Free, Reduced-Price Breakfast
Of the 539,576 students eligible for a breakfast deal — based on family income — just over 235,000 were served.
ICE Arrests Keeping NJ Immigrants Away From Courts, Survey Finds
Courthouse raids by federal immigration officials over the past several months are spooking New Jersey's foreign-born population.
Cherry Hill Woman Will Do Your Holiday Shopping for You
Wish somebody would just do all the holiday shopping for you? Cherry Hill resident Susan Padron knows plenty of residents feel the same, so she's here to help... for a fee.
NJ Property Taxes — You Could Save by Volunteering
An idea advancing in Trenton would help you reduce your property tax bill by up to $1,000 each year -- but...
Human Milk Banks in NJ? Proposed Law Heads to Christie’s Desk
A measure now approved by both houses of the Legislature would establish standards for operations involved in the collection and distribution of human breast milk.
NJ’s ‘Alarming’ Water Infrastructure Called Out in New Report
Cracked water mains and leaks result in the loss of an estimated 130 million gallons of treated, potable water on a daily basis in the Garden State, a report says.
What HIV and AIDS Look Like in New Jersey Today
In 1990, more than 4,200 individuals were newly diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in the Garden State. The virus and its most severe phase took the lives of nearly 3,600 hundred people.
Kids Always Absent? Law Would Make NJ Schools Deal With It
Schools with a sizeable share of chronically absent students would be forced to do something about it under a measure that continues to advance through the New Jersey Legislature.
NJ Residents Who Shop Online Might be Unwitting Tax Cheats
You may be cheating on your taxes each year without even trying.
Growing Number of NJ Children Have Had a Parent Behind Bars
A growing percentage of New Jersey children have had a parent or guardian behind bars at some point in their lives.