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.
NJ malls making moves to attract the younger shopper
With the ever-growing popularity of online retail and discount stores, many industry watchers are waiting to call time of death on malls.
Is college worth the money? NJ wants to boost post-high school degrees
Over a lifetime, bachelor's degree holders are expected to earn about $1 million more than those with no education past high school.
Even after Todd Frazier 105-mph ball hit a 2-year-old, many don’t want more netting
Following a scary few minutes at Yankee Stadium when a 105-mph foul ball hit a young girl in the face, a New Jersey-based polling institute decided to ask Americans whether netting should be extended to protect the fans.
Deer vs. car — The NJ counties with the most roadkill
Deer are active once again, and they have no fear dashing right into traffic and causing a nightmare for motorists.
An epic hike: NJ included in tri-state 1,650-mile trail proposal
If this idea becomes reality, it's probably something you'd want to add to your bucket list.
10 students suspended after football brawl at crosstown Brick game
Other penalties beyond suspension were imposed on certain students.
‘Like drums inside the bedroom’ — NJ man says he can’t escape movie theater’s noise
"It's daily, it's constant, it's a complete disturbance to the peaceful enjoyment of our life," the Howell resident says.
How to sign up for emergency alerts in New Jersey
If a child goes missing or the weather is about to take a sharp turn for the worse, would you be among the first to know?
‘Swerving’ bicyclists playing chicken with cars in New Jersey
A new thrill for teens is a tragedy waiting to happen.
NJ viewing parties for the total solar eclipse
The Garden State won't get the full effect of the first total solar eclipse in decades, but the view from New Jersey is still worth a 'party.'
Doesn’t get more ‘farm to table’ than this — Eating where the food is grown in NJ
A handful of New Jersey farms are offering patrons sit-down meals.
These everyday items are threatening NJ’s waters — What you can do about it
Enjoying a fountain soda from a beachfront grill at the Jersey Shore, or releasing a balloon into the air at a wedding or charity event, can be deadly...to marine life, that is.