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.
Campaign signs litter NJ — Is there anything we can do about them?
Municipalities have the right to restrict or prohibit the posting of these signs on public property, especially if they can obstruct a driver's vision. But when there's so many of them, is it worth the hassle?
Is college worth the money? NJ wants to boost post-high school degrees
Over a lifetime, bachelor's degree holders are expected to earn about $1 million more than those with no education past high school.
The Push to Change NJ’s Liquor-License Laws
New Jersey's rules surrounding liquor licenses are archaic and in great need of modernization, according to certain individuals close to the issue.
This NJ Vehicle Law Could Cost You $100 — Even If It’s Your Auto Dealer’s Fault
You could be driving around with a violation staring every cop right in the face.
These NJ Retailers Refuse to Open on Thanksgiving
The deal-driven chaos that is Black Friday has slowly crept into Turkey Day over the years, as retailers battle to open their doors earlier than the competition and attract shoppers.
NJ’s Registered Sex Offenders — Avoid These Homes on Halloween
There's nothing stopping a registered sex offender from opening the door for your kid on Halloween — at least in New Jersey.
Top Halloween Costumes in New Jersey for 2017
While the costume-shopping rush doesn't begin for another week or so, seasonal stores in New Jersey already have a sense of the must-have looks for Halloween 2017.
NJ Calls on Animal Doctors to Help Fight Human Addiction Crisis
Responding to a growing number of individuals using their pets in an attempt to obtain and abuse pain pills, Attorney General Christopher Porrino on Tuesday announced stricter guidelines for veterinarians and the prescriptions they write.
NJ Addiction Epidemic — Is Your Doctor to Blame?
More than 1,000 people in New Jersey died of a heroin/opioid overdose in the first half of 2016. The number of individuals admitted to treatment programs in New Jersey due to related abuse topped 38,000 last year.
More NJ College Students Seeking Help for Mental Health Issues
On-site doctors don't believe the spike is due to a rise in mental illness, but increased willingness among students to admit there's a problem.