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.
94-year-old NJ mayor showing residents how to get in shape
The second oldest mayor in the United States is the brains behind and the face of a wellness campaign looking to encourage healthy living among his staff and residents.
How NJ’s suicide/drugs/alcohol deaths compare to other states
Compared to other states, New Jersey performs quite well on two of these measures, but alarmingly poor on the other.
How much do NJ teachers earn — and is it enough? Comparing district salaries
Salaries for one of the most important professions have not kept pace with rising home and rent prices, a new study suggests.
Pollen is bothering NJ residents for longer periods of time
Allergy sufferers in New Jersey are said to be much worse off today compared to those who suffered just a couple decades ago.
NJ lifeguard crews still not in full force for 2019
Memorial Day Weekend has come and gone, but summer hasn't yet started for lifeguard crews along the Jersey Shore.
This robot measures NJ water quality for weeks at a time
The robot's next mission should run through the July 4 holiday.
It’s always tick season in NJ — why experts are most concerned
As many as 44,000 New Jerseyans became new victims of a tickborne disease in 2018.
There are drugs in your water — and no one knows how much
When you grab a glass of water from the kitchen sink, how much medicine are you ingesting with each sip?
Not a single dollar of taxpayer money funds these NJ fireworks shows
When municipal budgets are strained, fireworks displays can be one of the first items to get the axe.
NJ issues new brewery rules — for real this time
The leash on craft breweries in New Jersey is not as short as first proposed late last year.
How much NJ beaches are charging in 2019
In most coastal New Jersey municipalities, you can't step on the sand without paying a fee.
Students left behind on their bus — Why is it still happening?
Since the start of 2018, more than 20 students in New Jersey have been abandoned on their school bus, left to fend for themselves or wait for someone to spot them.