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.
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.
NJ’s obesity rate revealed — See if it includes you
Adult obesity rates now exceed 35 percent in five states.
Here’s how NJ educators want to see school money spent
They put out close to $500 of their own money on an annual basis to prepare their classroom and students, but higher salaries aren't the number one focus of educators in New Jersey when it comes to funding priorities.
International Overdose Awareness Day — A list of NJ events
Join to remember those we've lost and empower those who may be struggling with addiction.
Toxic algae blooms showing up in NJ waterways — protect your pets (and yourself!)
The blooms do not always produce toxins, the Department of Environmental Protection says, but if they do, rashes can occur when cells come in contact with the skin, and ingestion can result in gastrointestinal issues.
Expect NJ gas prices to rise because of Hurricane Harvey
About 15 percent of U.S. refinery capacity has been shut down due to the storm's stubborn and ferocious attack on Texas.
NJ man says he can’t escape booming sounds of nearby movie theater
"It's daily, it's constant, it's a complete disturbance to the peaceful enjoyment of our life," the Howell resident says.
How deadly are the roads in your county? — New NJ numbers for 2017
In total, 344 fatal crashes have been counted so far on New Jersey's roads, according to State Police data.
If you had $1 million … would you retire in New Jersey? Could you?
A new report says in New Jersey you'd be burn through $1 million with several years to go.
Why millions of NJ trees are predicted to die soon
Tens of millions of ash trees in New Jersey are counting their days, as a relentless pest known as the emerald ash borer wreaks havoc nationwide.
How to sign up for emergency alerts in New Jersey
If a child goes missing or the weather is about to take a sharp turn for the worse, would you be among the first to know?