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.
Education inequities in NJ highlighted by COVID-19, report says
The report, which evaluates funding fairness and effectiveness under the state's School Funding Reform Act, suggests New Jersey was spending less aggregate personal income on K-12 education in 2018 than it was prior to the Great Recession.
Fed-up NJ business owners to protest Murphy’s restrictions
A newly created group is taking to the streets on Sunday in protest of continued and additional restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rutgers wants you to join J&J’s COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial
Researchers will track whether those who are vaccinated have lower rates of infection than those who were injected with just a saline solution.
Poll: About Half of NJ Residents Say They Won’t Get COVID-19 Vaccine
The poll of 1,000 New Jersey adults found many residents are concerned about potential side effects, and feel they don't know enough about how well a vaccine would actually work.
Prescription drug prices concern most NJ voters, poll finds
Most also feel elected officials aren't doing enough to address the issue.
As of now, local marijuana bans are null and void when NJ law passes
Municipalities can prohibit sales, but not until there's a state law on the books.
Marijuana moving ahead, as legislators eye reparations and taxes
Sponsors of the legislation heard no shortage of complaints and suggested changes from colleagues and industry advocates, but plans seem to still point to votes by the full houses before the end of November.
NJ accountants: Tax change needed to level playing field in weed market
Because the Garden State currently piggybacks on a specific section of the federal tax code, smaller operators may struggle to thrive in New Jersey's eventual legal marijuana market, according to a statewide group of accountants.
Unique license code would tell NJ cops whether someone has autism
New Jersey lawmakers are interested in introducing a unique marking or code on the driver's licenses of individuals living with autism or another communication disability.
Election fatigue — NJ residents glad Nov. 3 has arrived
"I can't wait for it to be over. I'll have my bottle of vodka, and I'm just going to drink my way through it," one resident said.