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.
Tick, Lyme problem worsening in New Jersey, experts say
But only one county has a surveillance program in place for these disease-carrying pests.
Studies, doctors cite more mental health issues among young adults
Is it easier these days for Millennials and younger adults to develop a mental health issue? Or just easier for them to admit they have a problem?
Why can’t we bet on New Jersey college teams?
Sports betting is legal in New Jersey, but you can't place a bet on Rutgers, whether or not they're playing in the state.
Plastic surgery on the rise: What’s hot in NJ
In New Jersey and nationwide, the count of plastic surgery procedures has been on a steady climb.
Getting married in New Jersey? There’s a website just for you
A New Jersey husband and wife duo who met at Rutgers in 1990 are the brains behind a Jersey-only wedding resource website.
NJ may require reporting of fireworks-related injuries
"I think it's very important for law enforcement, for parents, for everybody involved to see this information," Assemblyman Ralph Caputo said.
Varying drug prices could be costing you thousands annually in NJ
When purchasing prescription medications, you better shop around.
If you disconnected after work, would you get in trouble?
"Right to disconnect" laws have passed overseas; NYC is considering the move as well.
All the single ladies: A big market for NJ housing industry
At age 27, Kristeen Kohrs purchased her first home in Bridgewater.
NJ lawmakers approve instant receipts for E-ZPass customers
"It's getting E-ZPass in line with all our other electronic purchases," said Assemblyman Roy Freiman.
Thanks to polar vortex, these NJ pests may be less abundant this year
Certain insects don't hold up so well in the extreme cold — as long as they haven't yet found a home in your walls.
Eating disorders could affect 10% of NJ’s population at some point
Mental health experts are highlighting the importance of the early diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders, and the fact that young, white females aren't the only demographic affected by the potentially fatal disease.