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.
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.
NJ wants you to stay alive during the ‘101 days of summer’
Year after year, between Memorial Day Weekend and Labor Day, the roadway death toll spikes in the Garden State.
Help wanted: NJ dentists for special needs patients
Trenton resident Peter Baronsky, on the autism spectrum, waited months for a dental appointment to get a few cavities filled.
Monmouth County wants to limit rain’s impact on summer business
Rain fell in the county during 11 of the 16 summer weekends in 2018.
NJ event aims to help identify and locate missing people
There are more than 1,000 unsolved missing persons cases statewide.
Will NJ close the beach? How water quality testing works
You know summer is just around the corner when NJ starts testing the waters for fecal bacteria.
NJ law would make it clear: No FaceTime while driving
"Making it that much harder for people to be distracted while they're driving is something that will protect our residents," said Assemblywoman Lisa Swain.
You can help NJ fight the mosquito population
Thanks to a wet spring, the fight against the bloodsucking insect is off to an early start in 2019.
NJ beach replenishment — what’s left ahead of summer
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is still working on beachfill efforts in northern Ocean County, but just a fraction of the project remains.
Grass pollen hitting NJ ‘with a fury’
When one allergy door starts to close in New Jersey, another one opens.
The goal: Make driving high on pot as taboo as driving drunk
New Jersey is one of dozens of states that have changed their laws regarding marijuana, but it's still illegal — everywhere — to drive while impaired by the drug.
NJ invests $6M to shift addiction providers from snail mail and fax
As the opioid epidemic moves full steam ahead in New Jersey, the health records maintained on many addicts are stuck in the 20th century.