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.
NJ lawmakers approve instant receipts for E-ZPass customers
"It's getting E-ZPass in line with all our other electronic purchases," said Assemblyman Roy Freiman.
Starting March 1, Buying Concert Tickets in NJ Will Be Safer
You should have an easier time navigating the web for face-value concert, show, and sporting-event tickets.
NJ shore town launches new rule to keep tabs on Airbnb renters
The police chief said nearly all of the city's properties up for grabs on home-sharing platforms present no issues at all, but there's always a couple outliers.
NJ Isn’t the Craft Beer Capital of the U.S., But Maybe Someday
No other state has seen more growth in its craft beer scene since 2015 than the state of New Jersey.
NJ has more convenience stores than ever — and more coming soon
New Jersey's nearly 760 Wawa, 7-11 and Quick Chek locations represent just a quarter of the total number of convenience stores in the Garden State.
Cape May County can now tell residents when their street will flood
A first-of-its-kind mapping system in New Jersey will change the way Cape May County residents prepare for an impending storm and the damaging floods it may bring.
Do You Know What Your Teen Can and Can’t Do Behind the Wheel?
A free program offered to schools throughout New Jersey looks to reduce teen crash risks through increased parental involvement.
Billions Spent to Build NJ Homes in Places at High Risk for Floods
The destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy in 2012 hasn't deterred many folks from planting their lives along New Jersey's coast.
NJ offers amnesty to hundreds of thousands of delinquent taxpayers
The Division of Taxation announced the launch of a two-month tax amnesty program for individuals and businesses that failed to file or pay taxes.
Rutgers Prof: Get Rid of Elections. Choose Leaders by Lottery
Think your vote doesn't matter on Tuesday? A Rutgers professor says he's got a better idea for choosing lawmakers.
Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease in NJ — What You Should Know
Princeton University is one of the many campuses nationwide dealing with several cases of the easily spreadable disease.
NJ Lawmakers Want Minimum Wage for Tipped Workers
New Jersey's 193,000 tipped workers should be earning the same minimum wage as all other workers in the state, according to some legislators.