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.
How much NJ’s four-year public colleges are charging for 2018
For another year, the price has gone up for full-time in-state tuition in New Jersey at each public four-year school.
NJ may allow teen firefighters to get more fire scene duties
If a 14-year-old enters a junior firefighter program and spends a couple years just emptying the station's garbage cans and sweeping out the truck bays, what are the odds they'll want to continue serving at age 18?
Shore town may charge $300 if cops keeping coming to your door
The proposed rule is similar to one approved in May by Toms River officials.
NJ community college scraps traditional textbooks
Through a first-of-its-kind partnership, the two-year school has overhauled the way it delivers books and other necessary course items to students.
Love for Bennys? Not all Jersey Shore residents hate visitors
Year-round Jersey Shore residents are counting the days until they can enjoy the beach and weather for themselves. But these summertime visitors aren't as hated as you may think.
NJ colleges trying to reverse ‘summer melt’ of students
Montclair State University expects to enroll a class of 3,100 students this fall, despite receiving about 3,375 nonrefundable deposits.
Why some NJ moms may be struggling to breastfeed long-term
A new survey reveals a potential reason why mothers may be struggling to keep up with the demanding task.
Have home security cams? NJ police want your help
If you've got an extra eye watching from above, or hidden in your doorbell, it's increasingly possible your local cops want to know about it.
Going hungry: NJ households with children more likely to struggle
New Jersey ranks 15th-worst in the nation in a new report.
Rumson pond could become the newest classroom for students
A partnership between the school district, the borough and Monmouth University aims to make the most out of the small body out of water that, over time, has been packed with sediment and vegetation.
These NJ towns have already banned plastic bags
In Monmouth Beach, it's the first summer for a ban on merchants distributing single-use plastics such as straws and bags.
Why you shouldn’t walk while drunk in New Jersey
Year after year, drunk walking is a killer in the Garden State.