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.
Proposed NJ laws feed more children — at school and in summer
While the state has rules in place that require certain schools provide breakfast or lunch, hundreds of thousands of students are reportedly still missing out on a nutritious meal to start the day.
Why it’s not easy to be a doctor in New Jersey
Doctors are worse off in New Jersey than anywhere else in the country, according to an analysis from personal finance website WalletHub.
More hate crimes reported in NJ — but real numbers may be worse
Crimes motivated by prejudice against others are on the rise in New Jersey, according to newly-released statistics from the State Police.
How to get free tree seedlings from NJ this spring
Over the next few weeks, you can grab a bundle of five free seedlings at one of 100-plus distribution sessions scheduled throughout the state.
The NJ counties people are fleeing and moving to in droves
New Jersey's population grew by 0.3 percent from 2016 to 2017, according to new U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
NJ vo-tech — Top 10 programs (and why they need more space)
While the demand for vocational school programs continues to grow among students interested in getting a head-start towards college or a career, these specialty schools in the Garden State are turning away more students they can accept.
Why pedestrians are being told to watch out … in Yiddish
"We have a lot of foot traffic in and around our township, and a lot of these areas are dark and hard to see at night," said Lakewood Police Chief Gregory Meyer.
Want to succeed financially? NJ’s not a great place to try
About 13 percent of residents are forgoing doctor visits due to cost, Prosperity Now finds. Around the same percentage of New Jersey consumers with debt, according to the nonprofit, are 90 or more days behind on payments.
NJ unemployment rate drops slightly, still behind the nation
Employment increases were recorded in all major private-industry sectors. Public sector employment dipped by 1,200 jobs.
Do you work from home? Tips from a Jersey lawyer
Even though you're working at home, certain injuries may be eligible under Workers' Comp.
How an Ocean County official plans to shame NJ over Rt. 166 project
If work that began in March 2016 at the intersection of routes 37 and 166 is not completed this year, Ocean County Freeholder Joseph Vicari plans to make sure every commuter knows who's at fault — the state of New Jersey.
How NJ schools are navigating a crazy number of snow days
For the sixth time in 2018, weather conditions have cancelled the school day in Roxbury Township.