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.
Video replay for high school football? Not anytime soon in New Jersey
If you're loving the idea of New Jersey possibly introducing the use of video replay for close calls during high school football games, don't hold your breath.
Deadly NJ rip currents — Blame the beach replenishment projects?
Dangerous rip currents reportedly claimed the lives of at least six individuals off the New Jersey coast so far in 2017 — double the typical rate.
One industry is responsible for 40 percent of private sector job growth in NJ
The data, provided to New Jersey 101.5 by commercial real estate and investment firm CBRE, show the industry added 26,500 jobs year over year.
How a Jersey photo business is saving memories for Harvey, Irma victims
About 2,000 waterlogged photographs have taken over the dehumidified upstairs space of FotoBridge in West Berlin, NJ.
Born at 33 weeks, Bound Brook twins thriving and ‘getting stronger’
Zia Eradze was not new to motherhood, but her second pregnancy delivered a whirlwind no expectant parents could ever anticipate.
What NJ residents Google most to keep their kids safe online
The technology company tells New Jersey 101.5 their historical research of searches shows interest in online safety tends to spike every year around September as kids head back to school.
Special-needs LGBTQ community gets first-of-its-kind support in Mercer County
A group unlike any other in the country has formed in Mercer County, in response to a developmentally-disabled man who was struggling to admit he is gay.
Is your child’s school bus safe? NJ report card lists violations
According to MVC Chief Administrator Raymond Martinez, New Jersey has a very stringent inspection program.
Cancers connected to HPV — Are 9/11 first responders more at risk?
A team of researchers at Rutgers University will analyze tissue samples from 9/11 first responders to determine whether they face a greater risk of throat and tongue cancer related to human papillomavirus (HPV).
10 students suspended after football brawl at crosstown Brick game
Other penalties beyond suspension were imposed on certain students.
Is your child a bully? How NJ schools handle it, and how you can help
Every year around the start of the academic calendar, we offer parents expert advice on what to do if their child is being bullied at school. But what if your child is the one doing the bullying?
Zero Suicide — A goal NJ health systems will set out Tuesday
The theme — take a minute, change a life.