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 unemployment rate drops slightly, still behind the nation
Employment increases were recorded in all major private-industry sectors. Public sector employment dipped by 1,200 jobs.
Why (and when) Harry’s Army Navy is closing its doors
The entire store is on sale...until inventory runs out.
Do you work from home? Tips from a Jersey lawyer
Even though you're working at home, certain injuries may be eligible under Workers' Comp.
How an Ocean County official plans to shame NJ over Rt. 166 project
If work that began in March 2016 at the intersection of routes 37 and 166 is not completed this year, Ocean County Freeholder Joseph Vicari plans to make sure every commuter knows who's at fault — the state of New Jersey.
How NJ schools are navigating a crazy number of snow days
For the sixth time in 2018, weather conditions have cancelled the school day in Roxbury Township.
NJ residents don’t show much love for roads/mass transit
Just 38 percent of the 1,203 adults surveyed said the local roads in their area are "excellent" or "good." Nearly everyone else gave their local roads a rating of "poor" or "only fair."
Where NJ will ‘Kick Butts’ Wednesday to battle Big Tobacco
Community and school leaders across New Jersey have something planned for Kick Butts Day.
Need a new roof? New Jersey just made that a lot easier
In New Jersey, a permit's no longer necessary for most roofing and siding jobs on one- and two-family dwellings.
Previews of 4 projects by NJ filmmakers at Garden State Film Festival
We spoke with a few filmmakers whose projects will be featured March 22-25.
A new look at the (proposed) Atlantic City Hard Rock exterior
It'll be hard to miss the Hard Rock, opening on the property of the former Trump Taj Mahal, assuming the company's signage plans are approved by city officials.