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 Poison Control: Beware of harmful ingredients in dietary supplements
"Even what you read on the bottle of a dietary supplement just may not be the truth," said Dr. Diane Calello, medical director for the New Jersey Poison Control Center.
NJ sweep wrangles parents behind on child support payments
With warrants in hand, sheriff's offices throughout the Garden State are constantly after these offenders who are constantly trying to dodge the system.
NJ Girl Scouts connecting the elderly with long-distance family
A few Girl Scouts are essentially making miracles happen weekly for the elderly residents of Hunterdon Care Center.
Will Atlantic City lose when Pennsylvania welcomes online/sports betting?
Competition from neighboring states, mainly Pennsylvania, was a major factor in the decline of the Atlantic City casino industry, including the closure of five gaming halls between 2014 and 2016.
NJ drivers like to fight parking tickets — does it ever work?
Unfortunately, the chances of actually succeeding are likely worse here than in other states.
$1 million will help NJ troops transition to a career in teaching
“Military service members have a unique set of skills to offer to the classroom,” said Education Commissioner Lamont O. Repollet.
No repeat offenders: How Monmouth County is helping addicts avoid jail
Created by the county prosecutor's office, Cuffs to Beds gives certain drug offenders a chance to accept treatment and avoid the criminal justice system. A successful attempt at kicking their habit could result in downgraded or dropped charges.
NJ earns a ‘C’ grade for percentage of preterm births
Premature birth and its complications are the largest contributors to infant death worldwide.
Rutgers prof: Get rid of elections. Choose leaders by lottery
Think your vote doesn't matter on Nov. 6? A Rutgers professor says he's got a better idea for choosing lawmakers.
Hand, foot and mouth disease in NJ — what you should know
Princeton University is one of the many campuses nationwide dealing with several cases of the easily spreadable disease.