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 Wants to ‘Listen’ to Your Thoughts About the Juvenile Justice System
New Jersey has a task force charged with finding ways to improve the state's youth justice system and it's calling on the public for help.
It Looks Like NJ is Losing People and Billions of Tax Dollars
New Jersey recorded an inflow of $8.3B in income tax returns in 2017-2018, compared to an outflow of $11.5B during the same period, according to an analysis of IRS data.
How Atlantic City Could Grow in 2020 (or Screw It Up)
Roger Gros, publisher of Global Gaming Business magazine, said the two newer gaming halls "right-sized" the market in the seaside resort city and expanded the customer base with different offerings.
45 Community Solar Applications Approved for Projects in NJ
The BPU said the pilot program is a key component of Murphy's goal of achieving 100% clean energy by 2050 and supports his vision for a "stronger and fairer" New Jersey.
January is ‘very busy’ for divorce lawyers in New Jersey
It's the new year — time to shed some weight, shed some clutter, and shed...your spouse?
NJ Now Closer to Eliminating Religious Exemptions for Vaccines
The thousands of New Jersey students who are granted religious exemptions to avoid the state's mandatory immunizations for school are one step closer to losing that option.
5 Months ’til Summer! NJ Shore Towns Selling Beach Tags for Holidays
Holiday badges for the 2020 season are already sold out this year in Sea Isle City, according to the municipality's website.
NJ Eye Doctor Cites ‘Astronomic’ Spike in Child Nearsightedness
Dr. Nicholas Despotidis wasn't alarmed by an increasing number of youth requiring eyeglasses in order to help with nearsightedness — until his sons needed glasses by the second grade.
High school sports participation dips again in New Jersey
New Jersey has more high school athletes than most other states, but the total number in the Garden State has declined for the second straight year.
Rutgers doctor: You may have unhealthy addiction to technology
Do you think you depend on technology too much, but can't help yourself?