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.
Law would let you drink beer without a tour at NJ breweries
Before you purchase a pint or flight, New Jersey breweries must provide you some type of tour of the facility.
What a Super Bowl party will cost you in NJ this year
If you're kind enough to host a Super Bowl party at your home for family and friends, have you considered instituting a cover charge?
To save their school, Holy Cross alumni need students to register
Holy Cross Academy in November celebrated its 60th year as a Catholic high school in Burlington County. The next month, the Diocese of Trenton announced its plans to pull funding for the school at the end of the 2017-2018 academic year.
NJ counting on self-driving cars to cut traffic deaths by half
Forty-six people lost their lives on New Jersey's roads through the first month of 2018.
NJ among the worst states for driving — see where we rank
A new study analyzes just lousy it can be to drive in New Jersey compared to the other 49 states.
Beating stereotypes — NJ millennials with money in the bank
Hamilton Twp. resident Ryan Penkola, 27, believes his parents played a role in shaping his spending and saving habits.
Predator teachers keep getting jobs — Bill aims to change that
“When substantiated allegations of abuse have been made against a teacher in one school, they should not be able to move to another school under the radar," said Sen. Joe Pennacchio.
City-living bugs are crazy-tough — they even survived Sandy
A love for insects, plus the impact of Hurricane Sandy back in 2012, formed a unique opportunity for a Rutgers-Camden researcher whose findings were published this past December in the journal Ecological Applications.
Jersey Shore mayors worry dune work will hurt summer season
"This is really a problem," Point Pleasant Beach Mayor Stephen Reid told New Jersey 101.5.
A look inside New Jersey’s own Grammy museum
Inside the Prudential Center, the 8,200-square-foot museum operates six days a week and welcomes the public to browse artifacts of Grammy legends and participate in interactive exhibits featuring some of New Jersey's biggest acts.