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.
How Wildwood Makes Up For No Beach Fees
We spoke to the man in charge to see how the city has been getting away with such a bold move — a move not everyone is on board with.
Cops are Undercover at Liquor Stores in these 32 New Jersey Shore Towns
If your under-21 kid attempts to purchase booze at the Jersey Shore this summer, they may be in handcuffs within seconds.
Lifeguards Not Required at Hotels — Like This One, Where a 6-Year-Old Drowned
New Jersey law does not require that hotels and motels have lifeguards watching over bathers.
He Can’t Walk, But Surfer Helps Connect the Disabled With Waves at Jersey Shore
While surfing in Malibu more than 20 years ago, Jesse Billauer broke his neck and instantly became a quadriplegic. But that didn't stop him from getting back in the water.
How to spot and escape rip currents at the Jersey Shore
As beach weather persists in the Garden State, you're being warned to look out for rip currents in the ocean that can pull you way offshore in a matter of seconds.
Do You Have What it Takes to be a Lifeguard at the Jersey Shore?
For the first time in 2017, lifeguards are climbing their posts this weekend to keep an eye on the waters and countless swimmers.
Jersey Shore Towns Geared Up To Take On Post-Prom Rowdiness
It's the first weekend away, with no direct chaperoning, for a number of teenagers who may want to take advantage of just that.
Crane Games: Investigating if They’re Fair in New Jersey
Arcades along the Jersey Shore claim this is the state to be if you're set on mastering the mechanics behind these games and actually coming away with a prize.
Headed to a Jersey Wedding in 2017? A Lot Has Changed
According to Jose Russa, director of catering for The Palace at Somerset Park, many "cookie-cutter" staples of your classic wedding still exist, but with a twist.
D.A.R.E. Set to Rebound in New Jersey Schools
Funding had taken a hit, and a legal battle didn't help, but the DARE program may be primed for a comeback in New Jersey schools.
What it costs to send your kid to prom in New Jersey
We spoke to a few shops and services in Central Jersey to get a better idea of the final bill.
Ocean County May Share Massive Surveillance Database with Feds
A "memorandum of understanding," to be voted on Wednesday by county freeholders, will decide whether to enter into an agreement with the Drug Enforcement Administration and share data collected by automated license plate readers installed at fixed locations and on law enforcement vehicles.