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.
Loneliness: Even in Social Distancing, Reach Out & Touch Someone
As the number of positive COVID-19 cases climb across the country, people are being strongly encouraged to practice "social distancing" in an effort to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Will Warmer Temperatures Help Stop COVID-19 in NJ?
Any vaccine for widespread human use is at least several months away.
It’s March and the Flu Isn’t Quitting in New Jersey
For the ninth straight week, influenza activity is considered high in all regions of the Garden State.
How Atlantic City could grow in 2020 (or screw it up)
Last year was considered a landmark year for Atlantic City. Will 2020 continue to impress?
5 months ’til summer! NJ shore towns selling beach tags for holidays
Holiday badges are already sold out in Sea Isle City.
NJ May Soon Allow Alcohol to be Sold at Small Local Theaters
Under current New Jersey law, local theaters can only apply for a liquor license if they have seating for at least 1,000 audience members.
Stockton students create ‘museum exhibit’ on opioid crisis
This month wraps up the first semester of Stockton University's "Drug Epidemic" course.
Why NJ Gas Prices are Going Up Instead of Down
"Typically in the autumn we see more of a downward trend, but there's been a lot to interrupt that this year," said Patrick DeHaan, petroleum analyst for GasBuddy.
Stockton’s Cannabis Career Fair — What NJ Students Learn About Budding Industry
"I'm looking to get into this field," Rafi Hoque, a Stockton junior, said. "I feel like this is the latest commodity, not just for medical purposes but also for the adult use."
Report: 1-in-4 Adults in New Jersey are Obese
New Jersey's 2018 figure is 1% higher than five years ago, and significantly higher than the rate of 17% posted in the year 2000.
Rutgers research: Using cellphone on work breaks is big mistake
The experiment, published in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions, used 414 Rutgers undergrads as participants. All were told to try to solve challenging sets of word puzzles.
Are you being watched? Surveillance rules for Airbnb and hotels
Booking a rental home or hotel room this summer? Someone may be watching.