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.
It’s the American (burglar’s) dream — are you guilty of this?
A significant proportion of vacationers unknowingly put their homes at risk, a new survey shows.
Fewer NJ schools offer football, fewer signing up to play
For the fourth straight year, participation in high school football has declined in the Garden State.
Donating sick days to co-workers: NJ looks to make it law
The proposed law that cleared the full Senate in July and now awaits action in the Assembly would add pregnant women, in certain cases, to the pool of workers eligible for donated leave.
NJ man overpaid $30,000 — Is your electric meter ripping you off?
We've been hearing some concerns since morning-drive host Bill Spadea spoke with a Bedminster man who had been overcharged for electricity for more than two decades, apparently paying the bill for a family of four living next door.
Forget the bag tax — Push in NJ to ban plastic bags, straws
A proposal to ban plastic bags statewide could see legislative activity as early as mid-September.
NJ team heading to Chicago to become a ‘smarter state’
We were one of five states chosen for the initiative.
Another NJ university makes SAT scores optional
Students who excel for 95 percent of the school year, but flop on standardized-test day, have another New Jersey university on their side.
Consumer groups fear the backhand effects of NJ car recall legislation
Representatives from a number of safety, consumer and environmental groups voiced their concerns about legislation that they say would allow car dealers to get away with selling dangerous, recalled used vehicles in New Jersey.
Edison considering nation’s strictest food allergy law for eateries
If approved, the menus at hundreds of eateries, and those of caterers delivering food within the township, would need to be updated by October 1.
How well off are Jersey kids? It depends which county
A child's chances of a healthy and successful future shouldn't depend on their zip code. But, according to an annual report from Advocates for Children of New Jersey, that's the reality for many Garden State children.