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.
Delinquent debt in NJ: 8 counties exceed national mark
New Jersey performs better than the nation as a whole, but still a shocking percentage of residents have unpaid debt that's gone into collections.
Analysis reveals the real cost of smoking in NJ worse than other states
New Jersey ranks in the bottom half of states across the board.
Ambulance Response Times For All NJ Counties — Some Take 20+ Minutes
In a couple New Jersey counties, an ambulance typically takes more than 20 minutes to arrive at the scene of an emergency.
Do You Follow NJ’s Move Over Law? Cops Don’t Feel Safe
When you're approaching a cop car, ambulance or tow truck on the side of the road, with its lights flashing, do you know it's the law to either switch lanes or slow down?
The Pros and Cons of Raising a Family in New Jersey
If someone from out of state asked you whether New Jersey is a decent place to raise a family, how would you respond?
After the Storm: Salt May Be Eating Away at Your Car
All of that salt and brine dumped on New Jersey's roadways to prevent you from slipping and sliding can also kickstart a slow death for your vehicle.
WANTED: Skilled workers in New Jersey
Can't find a good job? Maybe you're the problem — not the labor market.
You MUST be reimbursed for cable outages under proposed NJ law
No more haggling with the cable company when your service goes out?
At long last, NJ has a finalist for National Teacher of the Year
Amy Andersen, an American Sign Language teacher at Ocean City High School, has been announced as one of four teachers who are in the running to earn the 2018 title this spring.
Is your car covered in snow? Thousands of tickets issued in NJ last year
Before you exit the driveway during or after Thursday's storm, consider this statistic.
Four Big Things Coming to Atlantic City in 2018
Following a strong finish in terms of casino revenue figures, including a record year for Internet winnings, Atlantic City has some big additions coming in 2018.
‘Havens for illegal activity’ — Why Toms River is cracking down on motels
The ordinance states law enforcement can inspect hotels and motels at any time to ensure the registry requirements are being followed.