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.
Rutgers grad can tell a child was abused — by looking at his teeth
An alumnus of the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine has gotten up close and personal with victims of the most notable tragedies in New Jersey, New York and beyond.
New Brunswick, Highland Park art project counters hate and negativity
More than two dozen storefront windows now feature works of art designed to shine a light on local organizations that work tirelessly addressing social justice issues, but rarely make headlines.
Do you follow NJ’s Move Over law? Cops don’t feel safe
When you're approaching a cop car, ambulance or tow truck on the side of the road, with its lights flashing, do you know it's the law to either switch lanes or slow down?
The pros and cons of raising a family in New Jersey
If someone from out of state asked you whether New Jersey is a decent place to raise a family, how would you respond?
Delinquent debt in NJ: 8 counties exceed national mark
New Jersey performs better than the nation as a whole, but still a shocking percentage of residents have unpaid debt that's gone into collections.
After the storm: Salt may be eating away at your car
"The salt seems to corrode things a lot faster," said Jordan Urbinato, a technician with DeFelice Auto & Truck Sales & Service in Point Pleasant. "Cars in the northeast get rotted out and they're not on the road as long."
Why many NJ towns require you register your burglar alarm
Some just ask for the basics and no fee. Others charge for the paperwork and filing involved.
New casino opening where Revel stood — but will another close?
It's expected the newly-named Ocean Resort Casino will open by summer, around the same time Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is set to reopen at the site of the former Taj Mahal.
‘Silent killer’ carbon monoxide keeping New Jersey busy
Already in 2018, New Jersey's seen the "silent killer" take a young life.
Parking ticket by mail? NJ lawmaker fights ‘smart’ meters
Assemblyman John McKeon was turned off by the results of a pilot program in Palisades Park.