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.
272,000 students fall behind in school, NJ pandemic report finds
It's the first statewide look at learning loss over the past year.
You may be out of luck if you want a Jersey Shore rental this year
The coronavirus pandemic has made shore towns the safest bet in many people's minds, so demand for rentals is off the charts along the entire coast.
COVID vaccine poll: Many adults are hesitant, fewer minorities received it
"We see a very strong resistance politically to the vaccine, where an actual majority of Republicans said they are probably or definitely not going to get the vaccine," said John Froonjian, director of the Hughes Center at Stockton.
Atlantic City by the numbers: How the resort town survived pandemic
All nine gaming halls were dark for more than 100 days, and since they've reopened to the public, capacity limits indoors have been no greater than 35%.
1 year of COVID — NJ residents ‘can’t wait for this to be over’
On March 4, 2020, Gov. Phil Murphy announced the Garden State's first confirmed case of the novel coronavirus.
‘Pandemic push’ for housing still hot in New Jersey
Demand for properties has not taken a break since the market relaunched after a brief shutdown.
Springsteen ordered to pay $540 for drinking on Sandy Hook
Charges against rock star Bruce Springsteen for drunken driving and reckless driving, related to an incident in November on Sandy Hook, have been dropped.
NJ schools report no wave of self-harm during pandemic
Schools have stepped up their mental health offerings in a virtual world.
How NJ weddings will look in 2021 due to COVID-19
The pandemic is still killing the classic New Jersey wedding, so couples are getting creative, with the help of the places and people they hire, to ensure their big day actually occurs in 2021.
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.