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.
Skydive over NJ to encourage voting, honor women’s suffrage
The Highlight Pro Skydiving Team, made up of females only, is scheduled to perform an aerial display at 12 p.m. on Oct. 10 over the Alice Paul Institute.
Research reveals NJ parents’ views of remote learning in COVID-19 era
Survey findings suggest that over the summer, New Jersey parents raised the bar for what's expected of remote learning in the 2020-2021 academic year.
Do you have flu? Or COVID-19? Even doctors can’t tell right away
"Sometimes the only way to differentiate between the two is to get tested."
Fauci says NJ in good position to ward off COVID-19 second wave and flu
During a Zoom chat with Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday, Dr. Anthony Fauci said New Jersey has a chance to keep COVID-19 and influenza at bay.
Groups want NJ to pass a bill of rights for nannies, housekeepers
In a survey of domestic workers in New Jersey, more than half said they have been a victim of wage theft.
Would you book a room during COVID-19? NJ hotels still struggling
The public health crisis has put a major dent in both leisure and business travel, the bread and butter for the state's hotel industry.
Returning to work? Your COVID-19 concerns may not match others’
"People range from very neurotic to really reckless," said Maureen Wild, a business etiquette expert in Flemington.
Summer 2020 was nearly the warmest on record in New Jersey
Summer doesn't officially end for another two weeks, but according to weather experts, summer's actually done at the end of August.
Coronavirus may be extending the Jersey Shore season
Business owners and officials are welcoming the stretched-out season.
COVID-19 pandemic — a great time for dating?
Finding love in New Jersey may seem like a harder task than ever before, given the persistence of a global pandemic that suggests strangers shouldn't get too close to one another and limits public options for those looking to meet.
Robocalls, subdued by pandemic, are bugging us again in NJ
Just as call centers struggled at the start of the pandemic to get people working from home, so did fraudsters who likely operate in a similar manner.
Catholic school enrollment up in NJ as public education goes remote
Catholic educational institutions cite an uptick in interest from families who'd be willing to pay in order for their kid to get live instruction all week long.