I have been covering New Jersey news for more than 25 years, and have served as New Jersey 101.5’s lead investigative reporter since 2000. I've reported on a number of breaking news stories, including the 9/11 Terror Attacks, the Jersey based Anthrax Attack Investigation, the resignation of Governor Jim Mcgreevey, Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy as well as the terror bomb attack down the shore. I have covered the campaigns of Governors McGreevey Corzine, and Christie, as well as U.S. Senators Frank Lautenberg Bob Menendez and Cory booker. Additionally, I broke the story – in a series of reports – on New Jersey’s crumbling, dangerous bridges. I am proud to have received numerous awards for coverage of New Jersey stories, and been featured as an expert reporter on CNN’s Nancy Grace show, covering various topics including the Prom Mom Baby dumped in Trash segment.
Timing of indoor dining is great news for restaurants, group says
But the head of the state restaurant association is hoping 50 percent capacity is allowed soon.
ACLU not so hot on required temperature checks for COVID-19
Many personal care businesses opening Monday will require temperature checks, but the ACLU says they're inaccurate and won't really be effective.
Still required in NJ: Work from home, if you can
But the head of NJ's biggest business association questions whether that's fair.
Why many people in NJ are optimistic about a COVID-19 bounce-back
A new poll finds 64% of those who have lost their jobs expect to be back at work by Labor Day.
NJ says its COVID-19 transmission rate one of the lowest in U.S.
The RT in Jersey is now 0.75, which Gov. Murphy says means we’re driving the virus into the ground
COVID-19 is costing NJ tons of cash. Murphy avoiding talking about cuts
He's mostly talking about more borrowing, and hoping for federal funds.
NJ colleges are opening back up. Here’s the plan so far
In-person classroom instruction is anticipated, but everybody will be masked and social distanced.
Union head: Here are the problems with releasing names of disciplined cops
He says names will be released whether officers used excessive force or just had workplace problems.
Pandemic has taken financial toll on NJ’s local governments
A growing number of municipalities are looking to furlough public workers to save money for essential services, but they’ll still need to borrow big bucks
Outside restaurant dining resumes June 15 in New Jersey
You’ll be able to sit down and enjoy a meal but be prepared lots of COVID-19 related changes.