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.
Opioid abuse town halls — coming to a Jersey town near you
A heavyweight duo is getting back in the ring for another round of "Knock Out Opioid Abuse" town halls across the Garden State.
Studies, doctors cite more mental health issues among young adults
Is it easier these days for Millennials and younger adults to develop a mental health issue? Or just easier for them to admit they have a problem?
Why can’t we bet on New Jersey college teams?
Sports betting is legal in New Jersey, but you can't place a bet on Rutgers, whether or not they're playing in the state.
Plastic surgery on the rise: What’s hot in NJ
In New Jersey and nationwide, the count of plastic surgery procedures has been on a steady climb.
Getting married in New Jersey? There’s a website just for you
A New Jersey husband and wife duo who met at Rutgers in 1990 are the brains behind a Jersey-only wedding resource website.
Regrets? These NJ retirees have a few about staying in NJ
New Jersey retirees have had decades of adulthood to prepare financially for their golden years.
Varying drug prices could be costing you thousands annually in NJ
When purchasing prescription medications, you better shop around.
If you disconnected after work, would you get in trouble?
"Right to disconnect" laws have passed overseas; NYC is considering the move as well.
Starting March 1, buying concert tickets in NJ will be safer
You should have an easier time navigating the web for face-value concert, show and sporting-event tickets.
Proposed NJ Law Requires Diaper-Changing Stations in Men’s Restrooms
The typical family structure continues to evolve. Some New Jersey businesses may have to pay the price.
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.