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.
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.
How you can keep summer going at the Jersey Shore
In many New Jerseyans' minds, summer ended with the passing of Labor Day. But if you took a trip to Seaside Heights this past weekend, you'd see that couldn't be further from the truth.
Battling opiate abuse on NJ college campuses
Some experts propose those who may be involved heavily with pills or heroin don't generally last long in a college setting, if they make it there at all.
How Baby Boomers are changing the face of 55+ living in New Jersey
That changing face can be seen in several 55-and-up establishments throughout the Garden State.
NJ food truck hysteria keeps rolling through the state
"We're food truckers and this what we do. This is our life," one owner said.
Where to find some of NJ’s most notable 9/11 memorials
By this time next year, an official New Jersey registry will highlight and promote all the memorials devoted to the 9/11/01 terror attacks. But for now, we'll help you out.
Montville man missing since 1984 — police still looking for the public’s help
Edward DuBarry, in his mid-30s at the time, was last seen that day in the area of his home. A week later, his vehicle — a 1974 white Chevrolet pick-up — was discovered on the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware Water Gap.
A year since the bomb — Seaside charity run returns with added security
Security at a military charity race on Sept. 16 will quadruple the safeguards in place at last year's event where a bomb exploded inside a trash can along the route.
‘Pathetic’ Intersection of Routes 537 and 34 getting long-awaited upgrade
Work to add lanes, replace nearby bridges and implement other fixes is expected to begin sometime in September.