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.
Shore Businesses: COVID-19 May Change Things Indefinitely
"I'm sure hand sanitization is going to be here forever," said Anthony Catanoso, president and owner of Steel Pier in Atlantic City.
‘People are Here to Listen Now’ — What’s Behind the Protests in NJ
Demonstrations in response to the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis continue to pop up across the Garden State.
NJ Lifeguards Need to Protect Themselves While Saving You
In response to COVID-19, beach patrol crews have been trained on modified rescues and lifesaving techniques to help limit the risk of virus transmission.
NJ Camps and Daycare Centers Want COVID-19 Recovery Answers
"What we're desperate for at this point is an open date," said Rose Cushing, president and CEO of YMCA of Metuchen, Edison, Woodbridge and South Amboy.
NJ’s Federal Courts Have Huge Backlog — Bigger than NY and PA Combined
NJ's federal case backlog, a report finds, has grown by 230% since 2016 and now stands at almost 39,000 cases. The backlog is bigger than both PA's and NY's.
Unemployment and Depression are Certainly Linked, Professionals Say
Unemployment is considered a well-established risk factor for suicide and has been shown to be a major contributor to individuals seeking treatment for depression.
Poll asks NJ voters how state should take on $10B revenue shortfall
Updated revenue forecasts are to be released Friday afternoon.
COVID-19 Doesn’t Take a Vacation — How to Reduce Risk on Yours
If a vacation is still in the cards for you and your family, keep in mind that the novel coronavirus isn't interested in taking a day off.
NJ Wants You to ‘Mask Up’ in the Park — Here’s Why You Should
You don't absolutely know that you won't come in close proximity to others while outdoors.
NJ Colleges Make Big Cuts to Take on COVID-19, More Expected
"Our short-term costs this semester alone are $11 million, and this does not take into account what we may experience in the fall," said Rider University President Gregory Dell'Omo.