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.
Survey: Youth Detention Population Plummets Amid Pandemic
In a survey of select local detention centers throughout the country, including in New Jersey, it was found that the number of young offenders in these facilities fell by 24% from March 1 to April 1.
No Sign of ‘Murder Hornets’ in New Jersey: Will They Come Here?
The invasive hornet has "no presence in New Jersey," according to the state Department of Agriculture and experts claim it's unlikely the pest will make its way here anytime soon.
COVID-19 Survey: NJ Residents More Careful, Not as Eager to Reopen Economy
Residents of New Jersey are more on board with waiting several weeks before "reopening the economy" than residents in nearly every other state in the country.
NJ Schools Remain Closed — Not All Students are Thrilled
All school buildings in the state have been closed to children since mid-March. Teachers deliver material to students and families through email or password-protected online portals and classes can be held live online.
NJ Business Survey: Reopening and Surviving Aren’t the Same Thing
"Reopening is one thing, sustainability is another," said NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka.
NJ Legislation Would Mandate Morgues at Nursing Homes
A state lawmaker wants to require that all similar facilities and nursing homes have space and refrigeration set aside for the proper storage of deceased individuals.
NJ Farmers Hope You Shop Local to Limit COVID-19 Impact
Jersey Fresh products are still growing and being harvested, but how much of the haul will go to waste?
Meet Virtually With NJ Attorney General to Discuss COVID-19
The four upcoming sessions, the first of which is slated for Wednesday afternoon, will include participation by Grewal, county prosecutors and various experts, depending on the topic at hand.
Help Was Made Available to NJ Retailers — Will it be Enough?
Industry experts fear the longer this shutdown continues, the more vacant storefronts we'll see along New Jersey's roads whenever the health crisis subsides.
NJ Lawyers Take on COVID-19 vs. Child Custody Arrangements
Child custody agreements in place for the past several months or years have never encountered an obstacle like the COVID-19 pandemic.