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.
Rumson pond could become the newest classroom for students
A partnership between the school district, the borough and Monmouth University aims to make the most out of the small body out of water that, over time, has been packed with sediment and vegetation.
Have you seen this missing man from Toms River?
Harry Robinson was last seen on Tilton Rd. in Northfield, Atlantic County.
These NJ towns have already banned plastic bags
In Monmouth Beach, it's the first summer for a ban on merchants distributing single-use plastics such as straws and bags.
Need an apartment? Survey says rental fraud is common and costly
That two-bedroom first-floor apartment, for $750 per month, may actually be too good to be true.
Why you shouldn’t walk while drunk in New Jersey
Year after year, drunk walking is a killer in the Garden State.
On the hunt for shark teeth — NJ is full of them
Although it's called a "hunt," there's no question whether fossils will be found — it's a question of how many.
Are these games legit? Investigators hit NJ boardwalks
Initial inspections in Seaside Heights and Atlantic City uncovered alleged violations by 12 establishments.
I want a prenup: It’s happening more often, lawyers say
Should their marriage end in divorce, a growing number of New Jersey couples may know exactly which assets they'll be walking away with.
With proposed NJ law, GPS makers can be told to avoid your town
Under the measure, a municipality may request that the state investigate whether the use of turn-by-turn navigation systems is causing public safety concerns in the area.
The streak continues — NJ still the worst state for foreclosures
New Jersey's rate is actually down 2 percent from a year ago, but the foreclosure picture has been so nasty over the last few years, the decrease isn't enough to erase New Jersey's unfortunate distinction as the foreclosure leader.