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.
No finders, keepers — NJ bill addresses erroneous Venmo payments
These days, many New Jersey residents are more likely to reach for their cell phone than their wallet or purse when making a payment.
‘Mallory’s Law’ makes NJ’s tough anti-bullying laws even tougher
It's named in memory of a 12-year-old girl from Rockaway Township who committed suicide in 2017 after suffering from bullying.
DEA testing shows meth is running rampant in New Jersey
"Somebody, if they were looking for meth, they wouldn't have a difficult time finding somebody to get it from," said Timothy McMahon, special agent with the DEA's New Jersey Division.
Hiding money from your spouse? Not smart, counselor says
About 20 percent of Americans are currently hiding a checking, savings or credit card account from their spouse or live-in partner, a new survey shows.
Is there an end in sight? NJ once again worst for foreclosures
More than 47,600 New Jersey properties in 2018 had a foreclosure filing.
Anti-LGBTQ bullying a daily problem in NJ schools, survey shows
In the survey, many respondents also reported discriminatory policies or practices at their school.
Round 2 of preschool funding: These NJ districts are next in line
"Through these expanded pre-K programs, we're also making New Jersey a more compelling place to raise a family," Gov. Phil Murphy said.
Rowan University Offering Business Suits to Cash-Strapped Students
Ali Houshmand is nearly halfway through a 100-day challenge that aims to fill the university's Career Closet with 300 dry-cleaned suits and dresses for Rowan students.
Holiday Season Over, But NJ Food Banks Still Need Your Help
"Once January hits, a lot of people forget about us," said Laura Chiappetta, Fulfill's director of development.
NJ has more convenience stores than ever — and more coming soon
New Jersey's nearly 760 Wawa, 7-11 and Quick Chek locations represent just a quarter of the total number of convenience stores in the Garden State.
Cape May County can now tell residents when their street will flood
A first-of-its-kind mapping system in New Jersey will change the way Cape May County residents prepare for an impending storm and the damaging floods it may bring.
Are you following NJ’s child car-seat rules?
Just in case, there's a free inspection going on somewhere in New Jersey practically every day.