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.
23 companies in NJ get perfect score for LGBTQ equality
A growing number of New Jersey's leading companies and law firms are stepping up their policies and practices to meet the needs of their lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer workers, according to an annual report from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Belleville mayor secures funding for filters, but not from NJ
Three months ago, the mayor used a billboard on Route 21 to demand help from the state.
Top NJ county for Airbnb is not at the Jersey Shore
Folks in New Jersey willing to rent out their homes for a couple days or a couple weeks brought in more than $175 million in 2019 by using Airbnb, according to figures released Wednesday by the community-driven hospitality company.
As sports betting grows in NJ, so do calls for help
In December 2019, the share of sports betting calls topped 17% for the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, which handles the 800-GAMBLER helpline.
These are some of NJ’s highest-profile tax cheats
The only law enforcement agency with the authority to investigate federal tax crimes had no shortage of activity in New Jersey during fiscal year 2019.
Autism likely affects more children than we know, Rutgers research finds
Despite growing awareness of the developmental disorder, research out of Rutgers University claims autism's reach is much greater than current figures suggest.
Is this a hospital or a spa? NJ moms giving birth in luxury style
One of just a dozen or so in the nation, New Jersey in October saw the opening of its first hospital-owned "birth center."
What it takes to handle suicide and crisis phone calls in NJ
Not just anyone can calm an individual who's contemplating suicide, especially if that individual is a complete stranger.
Potential NJ law teaches you how to treat cops during traffic stop
Gov. Murphy would need to sign the bill by Tuesday in order for it to become law.
NJ law would require severance pay for mass layoffs
The proposed law also extends the notice that must be given to workers ahead of massive layoffs or a closure.