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.
Net metering — NJ could let you make more money from solar panels
Through a system known as net metering, solar customers get credited for the electricity their solar arrays produce but goes unused and is returned to the power grid.
A college degree before a high school diploma? Not so rare in NJ
Thousands of high school students throughout the state are taking at least one college-level course.
NJ explores the alarming rate of black baby deaths
Black infants make up 14 percent of births in New Jersey, but they represent 28 percent of infant deaths.
NJ public schools are nearly the best in the country
Looking at several measures across three categories — chance for success, school finance, and K-12 achievement — the Garden State scored higher than the national average in nearly every instance.
For every 5 crimes committed in NJ, only 1 is solved
New Jersey was home to 308 murders in 2017, plus 1,460 rapes and attempted rapes.
Did you know? NJ requires your dog be licensed annually
In order to grab that license, you need to present proof that the dog's been vaccinated against rabies by a veterinarian.
Steal from NJ’s inlets to feed the beaches — Complementary sand projects underway
The New Jersey DEP is in the process of removing sand from the southern portion of Little Egg Inlet — which was deemed unsafe for boats all last summer because of sand buildup — and using it to repair beaches and dunes on Long Beach Island.
NJ flu cases spiked 35% last week — When will it end?
Meanwhile, a certain strain of the virus is just picking up speed and will likely infect residents for the next several weeks.
NJ residents physically healthy but lag in purpose, motivation
In the annual Gallup-Sharecare survey, New Jersey residents don't fare so well on a new well-being index.
1% in 10 years — NJ home prices barely growing
When you account for inflation, the average home sale price actually dropped 14 percent from 2007 to 2017 — more proof of New Jersey's sluggish comeback from last decade's economic downturn.
Why it’s so hard to get a beer with NJ-born hops
Hop plant production in New Jersey has always been scarce.
After divorce or nixed engagement, who keeps the ring in NJ?
Since the Garden State sees up to 30,000 divorce complaints on an annual basis, you may be interested in learning who gets to keep the engagement ring if things don't work out.