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.
West Nile Hitting More People in NJ This Year — How to Protect Yourself
So far in 2021, more than a dozen human cases of the mosquito-borne disease have been confirmed in the Garden State, including one death.
How Many are Homeless in NJ? The 2021 Count is In
More than 8,000 men, women, and children in New Jersey had no real place to call home on the night of Jan. 26, 2021.
‘Like a Scavenger Hunt’ — Your Favorite Liquor May Be Out of Stock in NJ
On any given day, customers of Garden State Discount Liquors in Perth Amboy face purchase limits on about 100 products across the store. And it could be that way for at least another year.
Water-filled Crates, Emaciated Dogs — Hillsborough, NJ, Man Charged With Animal Cruelty
While caring for animals outside, police heard barking from inside the residence and soon found nine dogs "in varying stages of emaciation, without access to food and water."
School Buses On the Road Again — Do You Know the Laws in NJ?
It's been 18 months since some New Jersey residents have had to follow or stop for a school bus while on the road.
End Date is Approaching — Can Advocates Save Needle Exchange in Atlantic City, NJ?
One of just a handful in the Garden State, a needle exchange program operating on Tennessee Avenue in Atlantic City is expected to stop operating in the middle of October.
Lost Your Vaccine Card? How to Get a Replacement in NJ
"Even if you lose the paper copy, that record is going to be on file," said Sherrie Bragg, director of nursing and ambulatory for AtlantiCare.
Five NJ Counties Added to ‘Quarantine Zone’ for Spotted Lanternfly, Bringing Total to 13
"They're just on a roll. They're going to continue to populate and flourish and move onward into new territories," said New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher.
Back to School in NJ With Delta Variant — How to Keep Your Kids Safe
Gemma Downham with AtlantiCare said students, both young and old, can likely maintain their health and the health of others by following a handful of safety tips.
COVID, Harder Tests Lead to Major Need for School Bus Drivers in NJ
"It's not a job that you can just walk in to and start tomorrow," said Barbara Sargeant, president of School Transportation Supervisors of New Jersey.