Before becoming a digital reporter and fill-in news anchor for New Jersey 101.5, my NJ journalism roots began as faux interviews on a Fisher Price tape recorder. Relatives might say my "gift of gab" grew from there, leading me to radio and beyond. As a wife and momma of two kiddos, I firmly believe that life’s too short to drink bad coffee. I'm also a fan of the beach, Dave Grohl and karma.
More than 100 NJ Towns are OK With Some Form of Legal Weed
By October 2021, these communities had opted in for either medical marijuana dispensaries or grow spots, or remain open to recreational pot business under state law.
NJ Man Was Shot in the Head, Killed by Step-son, Prosecutor Says
A 23-year-old Philadelphia man has been charged with the murder of Dennis McKenzie, 43, of Woolwich.
Cape May Added to List of NJ Counties Eligible for Ida FEMA Aid
There are now 13 counties in New Jersey where residents can apply for FEMA help for Ida recovery, before early November.
NJ State Agency Asks Employees to Avoid Events With Only White Male Speakers
At least one state agency has a policy aimed at keeping its employees from attending panels where only white men will be speaking.
NJ Man Who Called 911 About Intruder Ended Up Shot Dead by Police
State authorities are reviewing the deadly police shooting of a Gloucester County man, who had called 911 to report an armed intruder at his house in September.
Meltdowns at NJ School Board Meetings Prompt Feds to Target Angry Parents
Law enforcement around the country is being given federal support to address increasing threats targeting school board members, teachers, and other employees in public schools as the pandemic wears on.
Fired Ben & Jerry’s Employee in NJ Sues for Religious Discrimination
David Rosenbaum filed a lawsuit in Superior Court last week, claiming the parent company of Ben and Jerry’s was behind “outrageous acts of retaliation and anti-Semitism.”
New Jersey is ‘Open’ for Halloween, Says Gov. Murphy
When it comes to Halloween, New Jersey is still "open for business" this year, Gov. Phil Murphy said at a pandemic response briefing on Monday.
Shootings in Trenton, NJ, Leave Two Dead, Others Wounded -Officials
It was a violent weekend in Trenton, as teenage suspects were involved in three separate shootings, including one that left two people seriously hurt, according to city officials.
Hillsborough, NJ, Man Fatally Shot in His Own Home by Police Officer
The shooting death of a man inside his own home by police is being investigated by the state Attorney General's Office.