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.
A Look at Some of the Art Inspired By Superstorm Sandy Devastation
The interactive installation allows you to contribute your Sandy story, and re-listen to the sounds of Sandy barreling over the East Coast.
‘King Tide’ Bringing High Water Levels to NJ Through Labor Day
A spike in local flooding through Monday in New Jersey serves as a glimpse into a future impacted by sea-level rise from climate change.
Best and worst states for teen drivers — see where NJ ranks
The Garden State boasts one of the lowest rates of teen-driver fatalities.
This NJ County Saw the Most Tourism Revenue Growth in 2018
Counties along the Jersey Shore were outperformed by quite a few others that aren't as synonymous with tourism.
Are we prepared for another Sandy? Rutgers study surveys most vulnerable
"When Sandy came along, people were not very concerned," said lead researcher Joanna Burger.
Plastic Bag Use, Waste Not Just a Jersey Shore Issue
"In nearly every county right now we have a town that has passed a ban on single-use plastic or is considering it," said Doug O'Malley, director of Environment New Jersey.
Help Wanted: NJ Dentists for Special Needs Patients
Trenton resident Peter Baronsky, on the autism spectrum, waited months for a dental appointment to get a few cavities filled.
NJ Searching Waters for Tiny But Dangerous Jellyfish
The threat to New Jersey didn't even exist as recently as 2015.
10 Historic NJ Sites That Are in Danger of Being Lost Forever
Irreplaceable historic resources in the Garden State are constantly in imminent danger of being lost forever, facing numerous challenges from neglect to Mother Nature's wrath.
NJ Law Would Make it Clear: No FaceTime While Driving
"Making it that much harder for people to be distracted while they're driving is something that will protect our residents," said Assemblywoman Lisa Swain.
How Young Is Too Young for a Credit Card? NJ Expert Weighs in
T. Rowe Price finds credit card use among youth is on the rise, with 18 percent of those aged 8 to 14 carrying credit cards as guests on their parents' accounts.
‘Enjoy Them While They Last’ — NJ Gas Prices Dip Slightly
It's welcomed news following a lengthy stretch of rising pump prices.