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.
Hosting Thanksgiving? We compared prices at 3 NJ supermarkets
Hosting this year's Thanksgiving meal doesn't have to break the bank.
What does college really cost? NJ law mandates yearly price list
Higher education institutions are already required to provide this information to prospective students.
Does your home have lead paint? NJ map measures your risk
Just one year can be the difference between a healthy home and a toxic one.
Hundreds of NJ banks have closed their doors since 2016
Banks say the main reasons are customer-driven, but advocates for consumers say there are plenty of New Jersey residents, young and old, who are being wildly inconvenienced by the trend.
Why do NJ gas prices vary so much from station to station?
Learning more about the marketplace may actually help you predict where you'll find the best prices, for the best stuff, on your daily commute.
NJ voters reject expanding college sports betting
One asked whether New Jerseyans should be able to bet on sporting events involving New Jersey college teams and any college sporting events occurring in the state.
$1 billion in sports bets in 1 month — how did NJ become the first?
"I think a billion dollars is going to be the floor, at least until the Super Bowl," said Roger Gros, publisher of Global Gaming Business magazine.
NJ food banks expect winter spike in demand, still due to pandemic
Certain low- and moderate-income households are protected from eviction for unpaid rent through the end of 2021. Utility companies can shut off services come Jan. 1.
6 months away — what you need to know about NJ’s plastic bag ban
Starting May 4, New Jersey stores and restaurants, along with other spots like food trucks and movie theaters, will be prohibited from providing single-use plastic carryout bags to customers. They also can't be purchased.
NJ not likely to add many women to Assembly and Senate
But for the first time, an Asian-American woman may be elected to the New Jersey Legislature.
NJ doctor losing license for 3 years after inappropriate patient contact
Effective Dec. 17, the doctor cannot have any contact with patients, practice as a physician, or prescribe drugs.
Medicaid coverage expanding for pregnant women in New Jersey
The move aims to improve maternal and infant health, and decrease the racial disparity in birth outcomes in New Jersey.