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 NJ Businesses Feel About Economy, Minimum Wage in 2019
New Jersey businesses don't really like much about the state in which they operate, but most expect an uptick in sales and profits in 2019, according to a survey released Thursday.
NJ Suicide Rate Up 9% Since 2000; Still Better than the U.S.
In New Jersey and throughout the country, residents are more than twice as likely to kill themselves than be killed by someone else.
NJ’s Joint Base Making Room for New Aircraft, Hangars
Shovels are in the ground for a massive project that should secure the base's future for quite some time in the center of the Garden State.
Air Conditioning in All NJ Schools? Proposed Law Pushes Temperature Control
Weather typically presents the biggest problems in the earliest and latest weeks of the school year, when temperatures inside a classroom can top the sweltering temperatures outdoors.
At Least 150 High-rise Buildings in NJ Have No Fire Sprinklers
Nearly 500 high-rises in New Jersey are not fully protected by a fire sprinkler system, according to a statewide analysis released Monday. And they're not breaking any rules.
Billions Spent to Build NJ Homes in Places at High Risk for Floods
The destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy in 2012 hasn't deterred many folks from planting their lives along New Jersey's coast.
Consumer Group Warns of ‘Hazardous’ Toys on Shelves, Online
A number of popular 'slime' products contain toxic levels of the chemical boron, according to their report.
Hate Crimes Skyrocket in NJ — These Towns Had the Most
At least 495 crimes committed in New Jersey last year were motivated by prejudice.
A Thanksgiving Dinner for 10 for Less than $50?
According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, feeding a table of 10 on Thursday will cost you less in 2018 than it did last year.
Campaign Signs Still Up? Fines are Coming. Maybe. Probably Not.
While towns are fine with signage on public property leading up to Election Day, they also want to make sure the signs aren't hanging around for the holidays and winter.