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.
Toxic School Supplies: New Report Lists What to Avoid
Some supplies, which you can still find on the shelves, contain toxic chemicals linked to cancer and other serious diseases, according to a report from U.S. Public Interest Research Group Education Fund.
Dead Drivers in NJ Test Positive for Drugs More than Alcohol
Reversing an eight-year trend, more doped-up drivers are dying behind the wheel than drinkers.
A Quarter of NJ Workers are Starving for Sleep, Survey Finds
New Jersey workers are among the most sleepless people in America, according to a survey of thousands of individuals nationwide.
The Average Debt Owed by 2017 College Grads in NJ
New Jersey posted a higher average debt amount than 39 states, according to an analysis released Wednesday by LendEDU.
How Much NJ’s Four-year Public Colleges are Charging for 2018
For another year, the price has gone up for full-time in-state tuition in New Jersey at each public four-year school.
NJ May Allow Teen Firefighters to Get More Fire Scene Duties
According to Assemblyman Parker Space, support is growing for his legislation that solidifies the non-hazardous duties junior firefighters may perform during training and at the scene of a fire.
Shore Town May Charge $300 if Cops Keeping Coming to Your Door
Barnegat Township committee members will decide Tuesday night whether properties where police respond frequently should be subject to fines.
Why Some NJ Moms May be Struggling to Breastfeed Long-term
A new survey reveals a potential reason why mothers may be struggling to keep up with the demanding task.
NJ Colleges Trying to Reverse ‘Summer Melt’ of Students
Stockton University has received acceptance deposits from about 1,725 high school graduates -- but come September, the university knows that just about 1,600 of these students will actually show up.
Have You Seen this Missing Man from Toms River?
Harry H. Robinson, Jr., was last seen Monday at 2:45PM on Tilton Road in Northfield, according to his wife.