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.
‘Swerving’ bicyclists playing chicken with cars in New Jersey
A new thrill for teens is a tragedy waiting to happen.
‘Silent killer’ alarms required in most NJ businesses come September
You should feel a bit safer when inside New Jersey businesses starting next month.
What’s the right age for a smartphone? NJ parents take 8th-grade pledge
Could you wait until your child is in eighth grade before you let them have a smartphone?
What is ‘TLD,’ and why might it be some NJ kids’ best shot at success in life?
Fueled largely by a major shift toward online shopping, TLD is considered one of the key industries in New Jersey,
Meet the voice of Wildwood boardwalk’s iconic tram car warning
She never expected her voice would still be blaring from the tram car speakers in 2017.
Going digital with newborns’ footprints — NJ hospital becomes first in the region
The hospital has become the first in New Jersey, New York or Pennsylvania to digitize the process.
NJ teen using birthday, again, to raise funds for charity close to her heart
The Frances Foundation was there for Maggi Brown when her sister was suffering from bone cancer. Now she wants to return the favor.
Have a kid going off to college? NJ doctor has some advice
It's already been two months since high school graduation, meaning the thrill of summer is almost over for many college-bound adolescents, who are just days or weeks away from a lifestyle change like they've never experienced.
Back-to-school time: This is how hard it is for families to afford supplies
According to the president of the New Jersey PTA, the hunt for school supplies, and paying for them, creates a challenge for parents, students and teachers on a yearly basis.
Ocean County schools adopting tool used to stop international terrorism
Several school districts have signed on to a program, announced Wednesday by the county prosecutor's office, that can provide law enforcement with complete blueprints of school grounds, right down to the smallest closet.
NJ viewing parties for the total solar eclipse
The Garden State won't get the full effect of the first total solar eclipse in decades, but the view from New Jersey is still worth a 'party.'
SIDS and SUID rates continue to drop in NJ, but ‘babies are still dying’
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome took the lives of 0.22 babies per 1,000 live births in New Jersey from 2012 to 2014, according to Centers for Disease Control statistics. A baby who appears healthy one minute may be found deceased by the time they wake up, and the death can not be explained after a thor…