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.
How Well Off Are Jersey Kids? It Depends Which County
A child's chances of a healthy and successful future shouldn't depend on their zip code. But, according to an annual report from Advocates for Children of New Jersey, that's the reality for many Garden State children.
We’re #1! NJ Is National Leader for High School Sports Safety
New Jersey tops the nation for rules in place designed to keep student-athletes safe during their high school years on the court and field.
How NJ Schools Hope to Keep Your Kids Safe This Year
Heading into the 2018-2019 academic year, schools throughout the Garden State are upping their security game to ensure they're not the next site of a horrific tragedy.
NJ Teens: We Deserve $15 Minimum Wage, Too
"Some families actually rely on their children as the breadwinners," said Fiona Joseph, 17, of Elizabeth. "Some people that I know — they work to pay the bills."
One Day Only — NJ Shelters Scrapping/Lowering Adoption Fees
Aug. 18 is Clear the Shelters day.
NJ Students Pushing for Stricter CPR Requirements
"We're trying to increase the population of first-aid providers," said Christian Ventura, founder of the High School Association of Medical Engineers and Scientists.
New NJ Area Code Launching Soon — Some Affected This Saturday
Let's hear a warm welcome for area code 640.
Why Environmentalists Are Opposed to NJ Shopping Bag Tax
If signed into law, the fee would begin October 1.
The Average Debt Owed By 2017 College Grads in NJ
New Jersey posted a higher average debt amount than 39 states, according to an analysis released Wednesday by LendEDU.
How Much NJ’s Four-Year Public Colleges Are Charging for 2018
For another year, the price has gone up for full-time in-state tuition in New Jersey at each public four-year school.
Shore Town May Charge $300 If Cops Keeping Coming to Your Door
The proposed rule is similar to one approved in May by Toms River officials.
NJ Colleges Trying to Reverse ‘Summer Melt’ of Students
Montclair State University expects to enroll a class of 3,100 students this fall, despite receiving about 3,375 nonrefundable deposits.