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.
Added patrols hitting AC Expressway to target aggressive drivers
This is your warning.
Poll: Most NJ adults say housing costs are a “serious” problem
New Jersey didn't need a global pandemic for folks to realize their struggles with the cost of housing.
College shouldn’t be a ‘privilege’ — NJ students discuss affordability of higher ed
Students joined a roundtable with the president of Montclair State University and New Jersey's Secretary of Higher Education.
More signatures, legislation call on NJ to ‘unmask our kids’
"It's more than past the time for kids to be able to take the masks off," Sen. Kristin Corrado told New Jersey 101.5. "I'm really concerned that kids are going to start to think this is normal, and it's not."
Don’t want the pandemic to end? NJ experts understand why
The coronavirus pandemic shattered any sense of routine held by New Jersey residents, but as weeks turned into months, the pandemic led to knew routines and behaviors that may be hard to break away from as "normal" life starts calling again.
NJ boardwalks could take a slice of the Transportation Trust Fund
Under a proposed law, boardwalks along New Jersey's coast would be included in the state's official definition of "public highways."
Chlorine shortage hitting NJ — it’ll likely cost you a lot more
"I do have a good amount because we ordered early on, but we are expected to run out, honestly, by early summer," said Ashley Gillis, manager at Paradise Pool & Spa in Hamburg.
Aug. 21 is the NJ deadline for local marijuana bans — towns are making moves
A number of municipalities have already declared a local ban on weed sales or distribution, or are in the process of doing so, after having their original bans made null and void by the law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy in February.
Are active-shooter drills in NJ schools doing more harm than good?
"New Jersey schools currently are required to conduct active shooter exercises but guidelines are vague on how drills should be conducted," the Murphy Administration said on April 15.
The pain isn’t over yet for allergy sufferers in New Jersey
Pollen counts are expected to intensify over the next couple of weeks in the Garden State.
NJ colleges welcoming COVID-impacted Class of 2020 for in-person graduation
More than 700 of TCNJ's 2020 graduates are set to take that walk across stage at the school's Lions Stadium.
Prom is happening — how NJ schools are getting it done
In-person prom was an absolute no-go for New Jersey high schools in 2020 due to the threat of COVID-19.