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.
Compulsive gambling: Will NJ sports betting lead to more addicts?
Double the national average, 6.3 percent of New Jersey's population has a gambling problem.
Free program teaches NJ kids how to balance their check book
It's not too late for your school-aged children to be more prepared than you ever were.
Place your bets! A busy start for sports wagering at Monmouth Park
Hundreds of locals and not-so-locals took a trip to the racetrack to witness Gov. Phil Murphy make the first two legal sports bets, and to join in a historic moment for the state.
How NJ buyers are jumping through hoops to land dream home
When interested buyers put a face to their offer, including the faces of their adorable children, it could sweeten the deal, even if their offer isn't the highest.
Gender change without surgery? NJ could loosen birth-certificate rules
It may soon be easier for New Jersey residents to change the gender listed on their birth certificate.
Free, healthy meals provided to kids at hundreds of NJ sites this summer
On any given day in July of last year, summer meal programs provided food to more than 173,000 New Jersey children.
NJ suicide calls spike following deaths of Bourdain, Spade
The operation has called in counselors on their days off, and called on per-diem staff to keep up with the call flow.
The hard work and costs involved with running an organic farm in NJ
Everything's more expensive when you're certified organic.
Drug-laced cartridges: Another vaping concern in NJ
If the aroma of mango or pineapple is strong enough, cops may have no idea when an individual is smoking an illegal substance right in front of them.
NJ congressman wants to close robocall loopholes
"The problem is that the current law is not adequate," Frank Pallone said. "Over the years, there's been more and more ways that companies have found to get around it."
NJ beach sand could have loads of bacteria — but don’t worry
When under an advisory for unsafe levels of bacteria, the beach remains open to the public.
NJ hospitals teaming up with Uber, Lyft for free patient rides
Millions of Americans miss medical appointments each year, or arrive late, because they can't secure a ride there and/or back.