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.
Adults with disabilities show they have ‘no limits’ at NJ eateries
Thirty-six out of 36 developmentally disabled interviewees were hired at minimum wage for a job at No Limits Cafe, a Middletown eatery that's still in training mode before opening to the public.
NJ lawmakers seek better menu of school foods
The Senate Education Committee spent 90 minutes hearing from invited guests on nutritional guidelines in New Jersey and how best to get the right meals in front of children.
NJ students’ art to be displayed at 2020 Olympic Games
Half of a mural was completed by students in Tokyo, then it was shipped to Monmouth County to be completed.
From Antarctica to Miami, NJ woman running for her father
Starting on Feb. 6, a Mercer County woman will attempt to run seven marathons in seven days, on seven continents.
Lakewood BlueClaws to extend safety netting along with MLB teams
The Minor League Baseball team announced Tuesday that the new netting will cover the entirety of the reserve seating sections, standing 36-feet high.
Nursing students get to ‘ride along’ on Trenton emergency calls
The program was only scheduled to run for one semester, but it's still going.
Tobacco-control report card gives F to NJ … even with new vape rules
The report puts smoking-related health care costs in the state at more than $4 billion.
NJ lawmaker wants to expand wagering on esports (even if a few minors are playing)
The proposed New Jersey law would still prohibit wagering on any esports events sponsored by or affiliated with high schools.
Remember, NJ — it’s illegal for employers to ask about your salary history
It's also unlawful to ask about your past benefits packages.
2 pond deaths in 1 day — When is it safe to go on the ice?
Following the deaths of two teenage boys who fell through an icy pond in separate incidents Wednesday, New Jersey residents are being warned to stay on land for the time being.