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.
From young to old, what we love about New Jersey
There's been plenty of New Jersey-bashing over the past two days. But on day 3 of our series covering different generations' views of and attitudes towards the Garden State, we look on the bright side.
Born and raised in New Jersey — Now get me out of here
While the oldest members stuck it out in New Jersey for most or all of their lives, there's no shortage of folks heading towards retirement who say they want out.
Taking a trip you can’t afford? Join the club
While two-thirds of Americans said a week-long vacation would cost more than their monthly housing expenses, more than half have forgotten or failed to include a vacation as part of their annual budget.
These NJ women explain what it was like to be addicted to food
Rose was diagnosed as prediabetic. She was seeing a strong correlation between her dependence on food and her mother's dependence on alcohol. And the reading on the scale was jumping by 10 pounds per year until she hit 260.
Getting a handle on pregnancy-related deaths in NJ
Delivering a healthy baby is the primary focus of childbirth, but the baby's life is not the only one on the line.
Day trips to the Jersey Shore — a popular choice this summer
Twenty-one percent of survey respondents plan to take two to three trips to the shore for the day. Fifteen percent say more than five day trips are in the works.
That text can wait — Pull over to these 14 ‘safe phone zones’ on NJ roads
While driving, do you have the mental power to avoid checking the latest incoming text message or phone call?
Smartphone use is like heroin addiction, Rutgers professor says
Likening it to an addiction to heroin, associate professor Terri Kurtzberg said individuals have a strong pull to their devices when they see it light up or hear a ring.
In a digital music world, Jersey record shops are still spinning
The number of record stores nationwide has been nearly cut in half since 2008, according to market research firm IBISWorld.
The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties gets a new identity
"This is not a departure from the history and the positive legacy that the FoodBank has," executive director Carlos Rodriguez said during a Tuesday morning unveiling of the organization's new identity. "We're doing more to win against hunger. We are working to fulfill the gr…
How NJ makes sure the rides are safe for your kids this summer
New Jersey's Carnival and Amusement Safety Unit inspects every ride in the state at the beginning of the season.
Have drugs, need help? These NJ police stations won’t arrest you
Drug addicts will soon have more options in New Jersey to turn themselves in to police — not to be charged, but to be rehabilitated.