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.
Feeding an Expiring Meter Has Never Been Easier in Some NJ Towns
A growing number of municipalities are linking their meters with an app you download to your phone, to hopefully avoid headaches for everyone.
Updated Rankings: The Healthiest and Unhealthiest Counties in NJ
From county to county in New Jersey, your shot at a healthy life, and a longer life overall, varies greatly.
Kick Butts Day: NJ Events Scheduled to Curb Youth Tobacco Use
New Jersey youth will "kick butts" on Wednesday at more than a dozen locations throughout the state.
More NJ Women Than Men Hosting Rentals on Airbnb
In New Jersey and nationwide, women make up the lion's share of Airbnb hosts, according to data released this week.
All the Single Ladies: A Big Market for NJ Housing Industry
At age 27, Kristeen Kohrs purchased her first home in Bridgewater.
Eating Disorders Could Affect 10% of NJ’s Population at Some Point
Mental health experts are highlighting the importance of the early diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders, and the fact that young, white females aren't the only demographic affected by the potentially fatal disease.
Starting March 1, Buying Concert Tickets in NJ Will Be Safer
You should have an easier time navigating the web for face-value concert, show and sporting-event tickets.
Proposed NJ Law Requires Diaper-Changing Stations in Men’s Restrooms
The typical family structure continues to evolve. Some New Jersey businesses may have to pay the price.
NJ Could Force Schools to Save Security Footage for Abuse Cases
"Some school districts only keep surveillance footage for a short period of time, sometimes just a few weeks," said bill sponsor Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt.
NJ Shore Town Launches New Rule to Keep Tabs on Airbnb Renters
The police chief said nearly all of the city's properties up for grabs on home-sharing platforms present no issues at all, but there's always a couple outliers.
Sensitivity Training May Soon Be Required for NJ High School Coaches
The assemblyman sponsoring the legislation says it stems from life experiences.
How Much Time NJ Residents Lose Each Year to Micro-Stressing
It's the little things that seem to never give up, and can end up causing even more anxiety and other issues if left unchecked.