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.
‘Lab in a box’ at RU-Camden upping the learning experience during COVID-19
When they're forced to teach remotely, some creativity may be necessary in order for professors to still deliver the education their students expect.
NJ hospitals taking on COVID-19 color codes for visitors
Your local hospital could soon take on a new policy that aims to clear up any confusion surrounding your ability to visit patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
NJ bill: Living donors shouldn’t be shut out from insurance
Sponsors of the measure claim such a law could encourage organ donation among the living.
How NJ experts say to boost immunity during COVID-19
These tips go beyond social distancing and wearing a mask.
Education inequities in NJ highlighted by COVID-19, report says
The report, which evaluates funding fairness and effectiveness under the state's School Funding Reform Act, suggests New Jersey was spending less aggregate personal income on K-12 education in 2018 than it was prior to the Great Recession.
NJ colleges shifting the way they accept students during COVID-19
Many institutions have, at least for now, completely or mostly eliminated their typical requirement that standardized test scores be included with prospective students' applications.
No vaccine, no sporting events, fans say in Seton Hall poll
If the doors of MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford could open to the public for the rest of the Giants and Jets home NFL games this season, would fans actually want to show up?
4 men, including 1 priest, file federal suit in NJ against the Vatican
The complaint details alleged sexual molestation and exploitation by ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick while he served as the Bishop of the Diocese of Metuchen and as Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Newark.
Fed-up NJ business owners to protest Murphy’s restrictions
A newly created group is taking to the streets on Sunday in protest of continued and additional restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rutgers wants you to join J&J’s COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial
Researchers will track whether those who are vaccinated have lower rates of infection than those who were injected with just a saline solution.