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 accountants skittish about dealing with legal marijuana
In a survey from the New Jersey Society of CPAs, 53 percent said the drug should be legalized for recreational use — a move Governor-elect Phil Murphy said he'd make within 100 days of taking office in January.
2 newborns abandoned — but alive — thanks to NJ ‘safe haven’ law
Since 2006, when 10 babies were surrendered under New Jersey's Safe Haven Infant Protection Act, the number of infants dropped off anonymously at designated safe zones has dropped significantly.
4 big things coming to Atlantic City in 2018
Following a strong finish in terms of casino revenue figures, including a record year for Internet winnings, Atlantic City has some big additions coming in 2018.
Do you know about the health risks of hair and nail salons?
In one of the first studies ever to look specifically at salon clients, individuals in three New Jersey counties were surveyed to see what, if any, symptoms they developed after a salon visit.
Child holiday hazards — 5 things to look out for
We chatted with the New Jersey Poison Control Center to discuss the common hazards you should look out for over the next several days, and the typical types of calls they receive this time of year.
Who is she? NJ officials looking for mother of headless baby left in trash
After three years of few answers, advanced technology using DNA from the scene may offer new hope in the case.
How would NJ handle a disaster or disease outbreak?
Thirteen states are more prepared for the worst-case scenario, a report finds.
NJ pedestrian fatality count at its highest level in 20 years
Not since the early 1990s has New Jersey seen so many pedestrian deaths in one year.
Volunteer EMTs still needed throughout New Jersey
In the range of 150 just a few years ago, the number of hours required in the classroom and in the field now tops 200 — more than 250 in some spots — to become certified.
‘Havens for illegal activity’ — Why Toms River is cracking down on motels
The ordinance states law enforcement can inspect hotels and motels at any time to ensure the registry requirements are being followed.