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 Implementing Universal Health Care Coverage For Children, Including Unauthorized
Before the coronavirus pandemic, a center at Rutgers analyzed data and discovered that more than 88,000 New Jersey children did not have health insurance.
Big Shift In NJ Foster Care — 70% Of Kids Placed With ‘Kin’ Within A Month
When kids in NJ need to be taken from their homes, their next stop isn't what most people may think of as a traditional foster home.
NJ’s Hot Housing Market — Will There Be Another ‘Bubble Burst’?
Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, housing prices in New Jersey have soared, and homes have been flying off the market within days.
Added patrols hitting AC Expressway to target aggressive drivers
This is your warning.
Proposed NJ Law Could Get You Paid Quicker After Totaling Your Vehicle
Some major processes still occur by hand these days, including the paperwork that's involved with changing the title of a totaled vehicle in New Jersey and eventually getting insurance money in the hands of the person who needs a new car.
How Healthy Are NJ’s Senior Citizens, Compared To Other States?
New Jersey boasts one of the lowest rates of obesity among adults aged 65 and above, according to a new report. However, Jersey seniors get less exercise than in many other states.
NJ Boardwalks Could Take a Slice of the Transportation Trust Fund
“The Atlantic City boardwalk is 150 years old. The Wildwood boardwalk is 100 years old. Many more iconic walkways that hug the Jersey Shore are decades old and in dire need of repair,” said Assemblyman Vince Mazzeo.
NJ Restaurants Can Run Maskless and at 100% on Friday — But Will They?
Friday also marks the reopening of dance floors at bars and restaurants. And patrons will not be required to be seated while ordering food and drinks.
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.