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.
These NJ bars offer free non-alcoholic drinks to designated drivers
Be a hero. Be a designated driver. Get a free soft drink.
NJ rentals, hotels looking for more business this summer
Weather, and local forecasts, seem to be having a larger impact on the shore-stay market than in the past.
Find the Jersey Shore beaches with restrooms, piers, playgrounds — and more!
Want to know if parking is free? Need the option to grab a bite to eat? Do you refuse to pay for a beach badge? Use this new interactive map.
Does NJ have too many stores? Retail industry is changing
Consumer habits are the main culprit in this wild shift, according to retail expert Howard Davidowitz.
Smokers not allowed on these Jersey Shore beaches
"The beach isn't an ashtray; the ocean isn't one either," Seaside Park's borough administrator said.
Help wanted! Jersey Shore businesses desperate for job applicants
Some boardwalks and piers along New Jersey's coast are struggling to fill a number of their job openings, and they don't exactly know why.
Meet the NJ kids heading to the National Spelling Bee next week
Readington eighth-grader Danielle Serrao says she wants "to do my best and make my family proud."
A tale of two Monmouth University roommates: Few grads lucky to find jobs
One accepted a job offer this week. The other has applied for 117 positions and is still waiting for an interview.
Simon malls testing loyalty program at 2 NJ locations
Next time you head to the mall, how would you like a designated parking space in the front row?
Hockey refs, parents headed to mediation over post-game fight in Howell
"Right now my name, my reputation, is slandered for reasons that are way beyond my control," said one of the referees.
Summer camp talk…in March?
Just like Christmas, the summer camp conversation seems to start earlier and earlier each year, at least in New Jersey.
A drug more powerful than heroin, but with less severe penalties
Federal drug officials have said the prescription opioid known as fentanyl has the potential to be 50 times more powerful than heroin. But here in New Jersey, the penalties for manufacturing and dispensing fentanyl is different than those associated with heroin. A new bill in Trenton aims to change…