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.
Fentanyl testing strips — a lifesaver for addicts, or a killer?
Similar to a home pregnancy test, a testing strip can offer results in a matter of minutes.
Benny come back! Jersey Shore towns lost revenue in 2017
When you buy a seasonal pass for your favorite New Jersey beach, there's no refund for poor weather.
A growing trend — NJ parents pay $25k to guarantee a baby girl
"It was my dream," Janine Tardibuono told New Jersey 101.5. "And now I have her."
NJ man has visited Disney so many times, they made him an expert
Jerry MacLean was a huge Disney fan as a kid. That spark reignited when he visited a Disney resort with his wife decades ago.
Why does NJ require you to tour brewery before you can drink?
Before you purchase a pint or flight, New Jersey breweries must provide you some type of tour of the facility.
What a Super Bowl party will cost you in NJ this year
If you're kind enough to host a Super Bowl party at your home for family and friends, have you considered instituting a cover charge?
To save their school, Holy Cross alumni need students to register
Holy Cross Academy in November celebrated its 60th year as a Catholic high school in Burlington County. The next month, the Diocese of Trenton announced its plans to pull funding for the school at the end of the 2017-2018 academic year.
NJ counting on self-driving cars to cut traffic deaths by half
Forty-six people lost their lives on New Jersey's roads through the first month of 2018.
NJ among the worst states for driving — see where we rank
A new study analyzes just lousy it can be to drive in New Jersey compared to the other 49 states.
Beating stereotypes — NJ millennials with money in the bank
Hamilton Twp. resident Ryan Penkola, 27, believes his parents played a role in shaping his spending and saving habits.
Predator teachers keep getting jobs — Bill aims to change that
“When substantiated allegations of abuse have been made against a teacher in one school, they should not be able to move to another school under the radar," said Sen. Joe Pennacchio.
Bugs living on NYC streets can make it anywhere, Rutgers study finds
A love for insects, plus the impact of Hurricane Sandy back in 2012, formed a unique opportunity for a Rutgers-Camden researcher whose findings were published this past December in the journal Ecological Applications.