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.
Plenty can go wrong on Election Day, but NJ officials say they have it covered
You have 14 hours to cast your vote on Tuesday, but officials throughout New Jersey have been preparing all year for Election Day and any problems or irregularities that may pop up.
Job-based health insurance costs will rise again for NJ workers in 2018
New Jersey employers expect their health care costs will rise by an average of 5 percent, according to a survey of employer-sponsored health plans from Mercer, an employee-benefits consulting firm based in Princeton.
Peer-to-peer help expands in NJ for near-death overdose victims
Recovery specialists are on-call 24/7 in the event of a case involving a Narcan reversal.
Rutgers research could save us all from a Nutella shortage
Ferrero, the company that makes Nutella and uses about a quarter of the world's hazelnut supply, sends representatives to the Rutgers research plots twice a year to monitor progress.
How much do you make? Poll shows Millennials more willing to tell you
Nearly a third of adults aged 18 to 36 in the website's survey admitted to sharing their salary with a co-worker.
Atlantic County closer to a new system for tax assessment
Responding to an unprecedented spike in tax appeals over the past several years, and millions of dollars in refunds, Atlantic County is making progress toward landing on a new way to assess property values.
Cape May County finally getting E-ZPass
One of New Jersey's hottest tourism destinations should be less annoying to reach and travel through come summer 2018.
How online gaming in Pennsylvania can help New Jersey
Pennsylvania on Monday became the fourth state in the nation, and the first since New Jersey, to legalize online gambling.
NJ poll — Should NFL players be forced to stand during anthem?
Given heated opinions on both sides of the issue, the latest Seton Hall Sports Poll decided to get a better read on Americans' overall stance.
Enraged Monmouth County residents offer alternative to JCP&L power-line plan
Residents Against Giant Electric, which has spent more than $400,000 in its fight to stop "monster power lines" from being built in their backyards, claims JCP&L can solve the same problems and provide the same service to customers without the construction of giant poles and lines that…
Gender wage gap gets wider in New Jersey — Here’s how we could close it
On the bright side, New Jersey ranks third among the states for the median weekly earnings of women.
NJ malls making moves to attract the younger shopper
With the ever-growing popularity of online retail and discount stores, many industry watchers are waiting to call time of death on malls.