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.
With NJ colleges scrapping fall sports, what happens to scholarships?
When a student is awarded an athletic scholarship as an incentive to come play a sport for a certain college or university, assistance with payment for their postsecondary education hangs on their commitment to compete in that sport.
You can’t recycle pizza boxes — But these NJ farms will find use for them
Maybe you'd be more likely to eat your vegetables if you knew they were grown with the help of pizza.
NJ Firearms Applications Up More Than 250% in First Six Months of 2020
Uncertainty surrounding the public health crisis, as well as heightened attention to social injustice, may be connected to an extraordinary increase in the number of New Jersey residents seeking approval to own a firearm.
NJ Colleges Planning for Fall, COVID-19 Could Ruin it All
College officials know the next semester is still several weeks away and the behavior of the virus and the general public could turn their plans upside down.
NJ Residents Not Thrilled to Mask-up But Think the New Rule is Necessary
Natalie, of Egg Harbor Township, said an outdoor bar she had visited since New Jersey lifted outdoor dining restrictions was "way too packed," so she's equipped with a mask at all times.
Your Workplace’s COVID-19 Waiver is Useless, Attorney Says
According to Alan Hyde, distinguished professor of law at Rutgers Law School in Newark, coronavirus liability waivers are pointless.
‘Convoluted’ Ballots Give Some Candidates a Leg Up, Lawsuit Says
"Voters are also tricked into thinking that some candidates may be better representatives than others simply because they sit in a certain place on our ballot," said Imani Oakly, northern vice chairperson for Progressive Democrats of NJ.
Tips for Masking-up in NJ During Summer 2020
Summer in New Jersey can be hot enough. In the face of a global pandemic, residents are being urged to wear masks and face coverings in order to stem the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.
NJ Expands Family and Medical Leave Benefits: What it Means, What it Costs
Weekly earnings are greater for those who make use of these programs, and the eligibility period has moved from six to 12 weeks for those who need to care for a loved one.
Fireworks Complaints in NJ Prompt Warnings from Police, Doctors
Many NJ residents appear not to be in the mood for a pre-holiday light show. Fireworks are keeping them up at night, along with their babies, they've said online.