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 accountants support recreational weed, but may not serve the industry
In a survey from the New Jersey Society of CPAs, 53 percent said the drug should be legalized for recreational use — a move Governor-elect Phil Murphy said he'd make within 100 days of taking office in January.
4 big things coming to Atlantic City in 2018
Following a strong finish in terms of casino revenue figures, including a record year for Internet winnings, Atlantic City has some big additions coming in 2018.
Who is she? NJ officials looking for mother of headless baby left in trash
After three years of few answers, advanced technology using DNA from the scene may offer new hope in the case.
NJ pedestrian fatality count at its highest level in 20 years
Not since the early 1990s has New Jersey seen so many pedestrian deaths in one year.
Opioids in medicine cabinets ‘all over the state,’ Rutgers finds
Despite the opioid epidemic tightening its grip on New Jersey, across nearly every demographic, a fair number of residents admit to a practice that could make the problem even worse.
Help me, plz — NJ youth in crisis texting for help
Even in their darkest mental state, some younger individuals would rather text than call for help.
Cherry Hill woman will do the holiday shopping for you
She's already had some bites this holiday season in the New Jersey-Philadelphia region.
NJ schools are refusing to give students grades of zero — Hurting or helping?
Districts claim a zero grade is burying students and makes no sense on a scale of 100.
How to help NJ’s domestic violence victims this holiday season
It's estimated that nearly all victims of domestic violence are also suffering financial hardship.
Would legal marijuana mean higher auto insurance rates in NJ?
An analysis released in June by the Highway Loss Data Institute found that legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado, Oregon and Washington resulted in a rate of collision claims that's about 3 percent higher than would have been expected without the updated laws.
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.