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.
Doesn’t get more ‘farm to table’ than this — Eating where the food is grown in NJ
A handful of New Jersey farms are offering patrons sit-down meals.
‘Hurricane Sandy inside your brain’ — How to spot a concussion
Right around this time of year, our kids start banging heads again, gearing up for the 2017 football, soccer and cheerleading seasons.
Beach tags a big business in NJ — Take a look inside factory
We took a trip to the Cape May County facility to get an inside look at the process.
The percentage of NJ adults with college degrees, county by county
New Jersey is one of 25 states with a postsecondary attainment rate above the national average of 45.8 percent. Seven states, including Connecticut and Maryland, score better than the Garden State.
Summer volleyball league — Weekly ‘controlled chaos’ on Manasquan beach
"I have to turn people away because we don't have enough nets," the league director told New Jersey 101.5.
NJ struggling to keep up with data-fueled economy, report finds
The Garden State receives a score of 41.7 out of a possible 100, compared to country-leading Massachusetts with a score of 63.
The bright side of NJ’s iffy housing market
Featuring a worst-in-the-nation foreclosure rate and a significant inventory shortage, New Jersey's housing market is far from perfect and still reeling from the economic downturn of late last decade.
Is it OK to have work friends? Survey says…
Just 39 percent of CFOs believe these friendships affect work productivity positively. Sixteen percent say the bond has a negative effect.
Tracking Jersey Shore sharks — they’re closer than you’d expect
According to Monmouth University biology Professor Keith Dunton, the Delaware Bay is one of the top nursery grounds on the East Coast for sand tiger sharks.
Workers over 45 having trouble finding jobs in NJ — How do we help them?
Now more than ever, the future of workers over age 45 is on the rocks, according to local and national workforce experts.
Got an overdue library book? In some NJ counties, the penalties are serious
Keeping a library book or movie beyond its due date is no big deal in some portions of the Garden State. But in others, the small daily fines can get you in trouble and debt over time.
NJ adopts wireless network solely for first responders
New Jersey is one of the first states in the country to opt in to the FirstNet Network.