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.
NJ gas prices to continue their rise into 2021
We're still in the midst of a global pandemic, but average gas prices in the Garden State have managed to climb 20 cents since the middle of November.
‘A huge drop’ in kids getting free, cheaper lunches from NJ schools
Plenty of New Jersey school districts have been offering free meals to families during the coronavirus pandemic, but a new report suggests many kids aren't actually getting their hands on this food.
Seals are resting on NJ shore — but people keep bothering them
Professionals have already had to remove a seal from the shoreline because onlookers wouldn't just let it be.
COVID reports: NJ residents support more restrictions
Support is widespread in New Jersey for additional restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, but at the same time, Garden Staters themselves are becoming less likely to practice protocols that are meant to reduce the spread of the virus.
Last-minute shopper? Uber launches package service for NJ
Instead of moving people from one location to another by vehicle, like the traditional Uber app, Uber Connect sends packages to family and friends.
NJ proposal: Make cellphone use illegal even for stopped drivers
New Jersey's law against the use of handheld phones behind the wheel currently permits you to send text messages and talk on a phone in your hand while you're sitting in traffic or at a red light.
NJ could allow no-penalty canceling, pausing of gym memberships
The proposed law would apply to public health emergencies like the one we're currently experiencing.
Feed ice cubes to your Christmas tree, NJ fire professionals say
Within 150 seconds, a little spark in a makeshift living room, decorated for the holidays, turned into a 1,200-degree raging inferno.
NJ bill: Living donors shouldn’t be shut out from insurance
Sponsors of the measure claim such a law could encourage organ donation among the living.
NJ colleges shifting the way they accept students during COVID-19
Many institutions have, at least for now, completely or mostly eliminated their typical requirement that standardized test scores be included with prospective students' applications.
Rutgers wants you to join J&J’s COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial
Researchers will track whether those who are vaccinated have lower rates of infection than those who were injected with just a saline solution.
Poll: About half of NJ residents say they won’t get COVID-19 vaccine
The poll of 1,000 New Jersey adults found many residents are concerned about potential side effects, and feel they don't know enough about how well a vaccine would actually work.