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.
Another Step Taken to Make Atlantic City the Nation’s Hub for Esports
The competitive video gaming, a.k.a. esports, industry is growing fast, and another step has been taken in hopes of making New Jersey the nation's hub for related companies, events and innovation.
Rutgers Hiking Tuition and Fees by 2.6% for 2021-2022 Students
Because of COVID-19, Rutgers froze tuition and reduced fees in the 2020 academic year.
600,000 Lives Lost — Menendez Renews Push for COVID Commission
Sen. Bob Menendez says it should be a "national outrage" that a commission has not yet been created by Congress to pinpoint the nation's mistakes related to its pandemic response and make recommendations for future health crises.
South Jersey Pandemic Recovery Hinges on Casinos, Report Says
A new report out of Stockton University suggests a short-term bounce-back for Atlantic City and South Jersey business, but claims there are more questions than answers related to long-term recovery.
Howard Johnson Fire — Camden County Woman Arrested for Arson
Four and a half months after the Howard Johnson Hotel along the Black Horse Pike in Blackwood burned, officials have announced the arrest of a woman they say is responsible for the four-alarm blaze.
Added Patrols Hitting Atlantic City Expressway to Target Aggressive Drivers
As part of an aggressive driver enforcement campaign, state troopers assigned to the Expressway Station will increase their presence on the roadway by about 50% on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.
Poll: Most NJ Adults Say Housing Costs are a “Serious” Problem
New Jersey didn't need a global pandemic for folks to realize their struggles with the cost of housing.
Proposed NJ Law Could Get You Paid Quicker After Totaling Your Vehicle
"This is just a matter of modernizing and streamlining some of the processes associated when someone has a total loss on their vehicle," said Asm. Roy Freiman, D-Somerset, a primary sponsor of the measure.
NJ College Student’s DWI Killer Pleads Guilty as Event Honors His Memory
A walk scheduled for Saturday will honor the memory of Michael Sot, a college student who was killed by a drunk driver while serving as the designated driver for his friends.
NJ Considering Diversion Program for Problem Gamblers Who Commit Crimes
"It's not a get-out-of-jail-free card," Judge Cheryl Moss said. "People have to really have a severe gambling disorder to get treatment, as long as they're not violent criminals."