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.
Attorneys: NJ diocese’s bankruptcy plan hurts sexual abuse survivors
The Diocese of Camden filed Chapter 11 at the start of October, citing financial obstacles caused by the pandemic and payouts to victims of clergy abuse.
AARP: NJ needs to stop job discrimination against workers over age 70
Currently, employers in New Jersey are not barred from refusing to hire or promote individuals who are over the age of 70.
Massive health and well-being study launching in New Jersey
The New Jersey Population Health Cohort study aims to enroll up to 10,000 participants beginning in early 2021.
NJ gas prices to continue their rise into 2021
We're still in the midst of a global pandemic, but average gas prices in the Garden State have managed to climb 20 cents since the middle of November.
COVID-19 vaccine registration, plus more doses, coming to NJ
Just like the first 400,000+ doses awarded to the state in December, 100% of the early 2021 delivery will be reserved for health care workers and those who live or work at long-term care facilities.
New in 2021: NJ judges less likely to suspend drivers’ licenses
Sen. Shirley Turner, D-Mercer, a primary sponsor of the measure, said she's been waiting 20 years for a law like this to become reality in the Garden State.
COVID-19 won’t stop NJ’s minimum wage from increasing on Jan. 1
It's a great boost for working New Jerseyans, but quite the obstacle for the folks who hire them.
Do you have medications just up for grabs in your home?
Colder temperatures are keeping us indoors, along with the potential risk of contracting COVID-19, so federal drug officials in the Garden State say it's crucial that residents secure their prescription drugs so that they don't end up in the wrong hands.
‘A huge drop’ in kids getting free, cheaper lunches from NJ schools
Plenty of New Jersey school districts have been offering free meals to families during the coronavirus pandemic, but a new report suggests many kids aren't actually getting their hands on this food.
Study of NJ shoppers suggests COVID tests reveal half the spread
"We know that there are people who are asymptomatic but actually have the virus — we're quantifying that in this study," said Dr. Henry Raymond, associate professor and epidemiologist at Rutgers School of Public Health.