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.
Why can’t we bet on New Jersey college teams?
Sports betting is legal in New Jersey, but you can't place a bet on Rutgers, whether or not they're playing in the state.
Esports: Can New Jersey be a contender?
State lawmakers don't know much yet about the increasingly popular world of competitive video gaming, a.k.a. esports, but they know New Jersey should be part of the fun.
How to Recognize and Reverse an Opioid Overdose
Through February 25, New Jersey has already seen more than 400 lives lost to drug overdose in 2019, state statistics show.
Regrets? These NJ Retirees Have a Few About Staying in NJ
New Jersey retirees have had decades of adulthood to prepare financially for their golden years.
Auto Loan Delinquency at All-time High: How to Get Out
Seven million Americans, the most ever, are 90 days or more behind on their auto loan payments, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
EPA: Close to 6 Million Pounds of Toxic Chemicals Released in NJ
Out of 56 states and territories regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, New Jersey ranks 12th-worst for toxic releases.
If You Disconnect After Work, Would You Get in Trouble?
In this digital age, many of us are always "on." But as countries overseas make major changes to reduce how much one's job intrudes on their personal life, cities in the U.S. are looking to follow suit.
All the Single Ladies: A Big Market for NJ Housing Industry
In 2018 throughout the Garden State, for every 10 homes purchased by single males, 12 were taken off the market by single females, according to New Jersey Realtors statistics.
NJ Lawmakers Approve Instant Receipts for E-ZPass Customers
"It's getting E-ZPass in line with all our other electronic purchases," said Assemblyman Roy Freiman.
Energy ‘Slamming': Fines Could Double in NJ for Deceptive Act
Apparently the threat of a $10,000 fine hasn't done enough to stop unscrupulous energy suppliers from attempting to pull one over on New Jersey residents.