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.
More NJ Colleges Giving the Green Light to Cannabis Studies
"The cannabis industry is a complicated industry. There's so many different facets to it," said Scott Rudder, president of the New Jersey CannaBusiness Association.
Listing Your Home? You Could Be Targeted By Drug Addicts
A real estate agent isn't going to follow someone into the bathroom during an open house or a scheduled showing.
Proposed NJ Law Requires Diaper-changing Stations in Men’s Restrooms
Under a proposed state law, public places — restaurants, retail stores and libraries, for example — with a diaper-changing station in its women's restroom would be required to install one in the men's restroom as well.
New Policy Requires NJ Student Athletes Watch Opioid Education Video
Starting with the 2019-2020 school year, student-athletes — and the parents of those under 18 — will be required to watch an opioid education video before the season begins.
Major Events Headed to MetLife Stadium. Another Super Bowl, Too?
World Cup is coming in 2016, but other major events are also slated to pack the home of the Giants and Jets.
NJ Business Groups Decry Proposal to Increase Laid-off Workers’ Perks
Under the proposed law, severance pay would be automatic when an employer of 100 or more employees has to cut at least 50 workers.
Divorce Without an Attorney — A Step-by-step Guide for NJ Couples
Legal Services of New Jersey wants cash-strapped residents to know there is a way to officially call it quits on their relationship without the use of an attorney.
How Prepared is NJ for a Public Health Emergency?
New Jersey is more ready to handle a worst-case scenario than most other states, according to a preparedness report from Trust for America's Health.
Proposed NJ Law Ups Charges for ‘Bastards’ Who Abuse Animals
State Sen. Declan O'Scanlon has introduced River's Law, which creates the category of aggravated animal abuse, a crime that can put someone behind bars for up to 10 years with a fine of up to $150,000.
Compensation for Victims of Church Sex Abuse in NJ: How it Works
A statewide compensation program has been announced to benefit those sexually abused by Roman Catholic clergy as minors -- but it'll only be around until the end of this year.