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.
You Must Be Reimbursed for Cable Outages Under Proposed NJ Law
The bill, sponsored by Assemblyman Craig Coughlin, requires that cable companies issue subscribers a monetary credit, rebate, or other form of compensation for a service outage that lasts for at least six hours, whether you've notified the company or not.
Is Your Car Covered in Snow? Thousands of Tickets Issued in NJ Last Year
In 2017, at least 2,400 tickets were issued to motorists in New Jersey who failed to remove ice or snow from their vehicles before hitting the road.
Enjoy NJ’s Winter Gas Prices — They Could Spike Big-Time This Spring
Tom Kloza, global head of energy analysis for the Oil Price Information Service, believes the average price for a gallon of regular gas could spike by as much as 50 cents between the dead of winter and the spring-summer driving season.
NJ Accountants Skittish About Dealing With Legal Marijuana
In a survey from the New Jersey Society of CPAs, 53% said the drug should be legalized for recreational use — a move Governor-elect Phil Murphy said he'd make within 100 days of taking office in January.
Four Big Things Coming to Atlantic City in 2018
Following a strong finish in terms of casino revenue figures, including a record year for Internet winnings, Atlantic City has some big additions coming in 2018.
Child Holiday Hazards — 5 Things to Look Out For
We chatted with the New Jersey Poison Control Center to discuss the common hazards you should look out for over the next several days and the typical types of calls they receive this time of year.
Who is She? NJ Officials Looking for Mother of Headless Baby Left in Trash
Monmouth County officials are hoping for a holiday miracle — finally getting a lead from the public to assist them in the investigation of a gruesome discovery made more than three years ago.
NJ Pedestrian Fatality Count at its Highest Level in 20 Years
Not since the early 1990s has New Jersey seen so many pedestrian deaths in one year.
‘Havens for Illegal Activity’ — Why Toms River is Cracking Down on Motels
Law enforcement has been called to the Red Carpet Inn in Toms River more than 700 times over the past two years.
NJ Religious Leaders Learn to Protect Houses of Worship From Harm
"We don't really know what to do. In most cases, there's no plan," said Perry Mays, chairman of the Coalition for a Safe Community in Atlantic County. "This is something that we wanted to be trained on..."