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.
Chlorine shortage hitting NJ — it’ll likely cost you a lot more
"I do have a good amount because we ordered early on, but we are expected to run out, honestly, by early summer," said Ashley Gillis, manager at Paradise Pool & Spa in Hamburg.
NJ has $5.3 billion in unclaimed property — some may be yours
If searching your own name returns no results, you could also benefit from searching for the names of family members who've passed away.
Airbnb implements strict July 4 rule in NJ and beyond
July 4 lands on a Sunday this year; Airbnb notes the national holiday has been pegged as the reopening-from-COVID date in the U.S.
Atlantic City casinos should remain smoke-free beyond pandemic, advocates say
Since reopening to the public in July, Atlantic City's nine casinos have been blocked from permitting their guests to smoke indoors, due to COVID-19 concerns.
How healthy is your county? New NJ rankings for 2021
Compared to last year's report, no county moved more than two spots in either direction.
Murphy Administration criticized by NJ businesses for ‘random’ COVID rules
As the warmer months approach in year #2 of a pandemic, New Jersey business and nonprofit leaders are begging for more clarity and freedom from the Murphy Administration in the way of coronavirus restrictions.
Proposed NJ law tackles child abuse, neglect during health emergencies
"We do have bad actors out there that are actually abusing these children ... and we want to make sure that they are held accountable," Assemblywoman Speight said.
Proposed NJ Law Would Let You Show Vehicle Registration On Your Phone
If an advancing proposal becomes law in New Jersey, you'll no longer have to fumble through years' worth of old vehicle registration cards in the glove compartment when you're pulled over by police.
NJ schools skipping mandate to serve breakfast, group says
"It's not acceptable, it's unconscionable, it's not the way we should be treating our students here in New Jersey," said Adele LaTourette, director of Hunger Free New Jersey.
NJ gas prices to continue their climb
In the Garden State, the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline on Thursday was around $2.64, which is six cents higher than one week ago, and 17 cents higher than one month ago, according to GasBuddy.
NJ’s 24-hour Diners — Will They Exist Post-pandemic?
When life returns to some type of normalcy, late-night diner hours may still be hard to find.
Atlantic City casinos battling more than coronavirus in 2021
"After a slow start, Pennsylvania casinos are poised to challenge New Jersey's current East Coast internet betting hegemony, if not this year certainly by 2022," industry analyst Anthony Marino told New Jersey 101.5.