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.
Top Halloween Costumes in New Jersey for 2017
While the costume-shopping rush doesn't begin for another week or so, seasonal stores in New Jersey already have a sense of the must-have looks for Halloween 2017.
Deer vs. car — The NJ counties with the most roadkill
Deer are active once again, and they have no fear dashing right into traffic and causing a nightmare for motorists.
How Deadly are the Roads in Your County? — New NJ Numbers for 2017
In total, 344 fatal crashes have been counted so far on New Jersey's roads, according to State Police data.
Meet the voice of Wildwood boardwalk’s iconic tram car warning
She never expected her voice would still be blaring from the tram car speakers in 2017.
‘Swerving’ bicyclists playing chicken with cars in New Jersey
A new thrill for teens is a tragedy waiting to happen.
NJ Among the Most Affordable States for Child Care?
One in three families in the survey said they spend at least 20 percent of their household income on child care. More than half of respondents believe they're spending too much.
These Everyday Items are Threatening NJ’s Waters — What You Can Do About It
Enjoying a fountain soda from a beachfront grill at the Jersey Shore, or releasing a balloon into the air at a wedding or charity event, can be deadly...to marine life, that is.
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.