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.
FDU poll: NJ parents relying largely on relatives for child care during COVID-19
Grandparents were cited as the biggest source of in-family help.
Airbnb implements strict July 4 rule in NJ and beyond
July 4 lands on a Sunday this year; Airbnb notes the national holiday has been pegged as the reopening-from-COVID date in the U.S.
Atlantic City casinos should remain smoke-free beyond pandemic, advocates say
Since reopening to the public in July, Atlantic City's nine casinos have been blocked from permitting their guests to smoke indoors, due to COVID-19 concerns.
Elections occurring across NJ on April 20 — how to cast your votes
April 20 likely won't attract anywhere close to the number of ballots cast in New Jersey in November, but officials want to make sure you know that you may have an upcoming opportunity to vote on local leaders.
NJ university promising a job or grad school for eligible students
The university's Cranberry Investment officially launched on April 2.
Get moving, parents — demand for summer camp is ‘crazy right now’ in NJ
Parents are itching to get their kids outdoors and active, and venues have fewer spots available in order to adhere to COVID-19 safety rules, so it could be harder than ever before to snag a spot for your child at a New Jersey summer camp.
Report lays out 24 moves to create a readier health system in NJ
New Jersey has learned a lot during the coronavirus pandemic. So will its health care system be better prepared for a crisis in the future?
NJ’s marijuana commission meets officially for the first time
"I'm thrilled that we've finally arrived at this historic day, the inaugural public meeting of the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission," said CRC chairwoman Dianna Houenou.
Girl Scout cookies will be gone soon in NJ — how you help with each purchase
"It really is fun to run your own cookie business and observe your success while you're at it," said 16-year-old Isabella Fernandes, a Girl Scout Ambassador in Paramus.
NJ group to schools: COVID-19 doesn’t have to stop concerts, plays
"Visual and performing arts may occur in person, following proper mitigation, in all of our public schools," Bob Morrison, director of the advocacy group, told New Jersey 101.5.
Advocates push for yearly screenings of NJ students for drugs, depression
Not many young students will volunteer information, unprompted, about feelings of depression or their recent experimentation with drugs.
Business leaders tell NJ how to use $6.4B in COVID relief funds
New Jersey business groups don't put an endless amount of trust in the state's ability to budget properly.