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.
NJ Beach Sand Could Have Loads of Bacteria — But Don’t Worry
When under an advisory for unsafe levels of bacteria, the beach remains open to the public.
Thinking Green, Even After Death — NJ Sites for Natural Burial
Steelmantown Cemetery in Woodbine is the only cemetery in New Jersey certified by the Green Burial Council.
Taking Allergy Meds? You May be Guilty of Drugged Driving
Drugged driving — even when legal medications are involved — is considered by law enforcement the same as driving under the influence of alcohol, according to the New Jersey Poison Control Center.
Jersey Shore 2018 Summer Guide: New Things To Do & See
The Jersey Shore's never been accused of a lack of attractions, but shore towns like to keep things fresh and exciting for its newcomers and yearly visitors.
Demand Increases for Medical Pot, NJ Dispensaries Respond
With an expanded list of eligible conditions, and the registration fee cut in half, New Jersey has seen a massive uptick in participation in its medicinal marijuana program.
Q&A: Rip Currents at the Jersey Shore
When in doubt, don't go out!
Generations Later, High-flying Ads Still a Hit at the Jersey Shore
On a busy day, as many as 16 planes belonging to High Exposure Aerial Advertising in Middle Township can be coasting the shore, from Cape May to Sandy Hook.
Wildwood Cops in Arrest Video are ‘Class II’ — What Does that Mean?
Two officers, classified as "Class II," are handling administrative duties as officials investigate a violent interaction with a belligerent woman.
Seaside Heights May Introduce Age Limit for Booking Rooms
This past holiday weekend was the straw that broke the camel's back in Seaside Heights.
Your Rights in NJ: What Should You Do When You’re Under Arrest?
"Everybody should understand that basically they're powerless if police determine that whatever they've done warrants an arrest, and then they have to cooperate and go along," said Mark Denbeaux, a professor at Seton Hall Law School in Newark.