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.
Post-COVID and still not feeling right? NJ hospital has a program for you
Patients who can't seem to fully kick the effects of COVID-19, even months after their first positive test, are the focus of a new program launched by Deborah Heart and Lung Center.
Couples willing to require COVID vaccination, tests for wedding guests
Couples and venues hope that 2021 offers at least a taste of the classic New Jersey wedding.
Princeton’s only female Black cop launches ‘BLM’ coffee company
Princeton's only Black female police officer has created her own coffee line that's designed to bring awareness to racism and break down barriers that have existed for far too long for people of color.
Seton Hall poll: Vaccine makes fans more willing to attend games
"While our poll asked specifically about sporting events, it likely carries over to concert and theater venues and other audience events coming along on the calendar," poll methodologist Daniel Ladik said.
NJ landlords required to accept rent by credit card … for now
It's expected to cause headaches for folks who weren't set up already to follow the law, but exemptions in the law are viewed as a fair trade-off.
NJ is #1 again for folks moving out
New Jersey has held the "top" spot for the past three years.
NJ attorneys say your boss could require COVID vaccination
New Jersey has no plans to mandate that you receive COVID-19 vaccination — but your employer still could.
Snow days return: NJ schools can’t use remote learning after pandemic
According to the state's rules, only in-person instruction days can count towards a full year in a post-pandemic New Jersey.
Local artisans feeling left behind by COVID-19 pandemic
Craft shows are essentially nonexistent.
Rutgers wants you to join J&J’s COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial
Researchers will track whether those who are vaccinated have lower rates of infection than those who were injected with just a saline solution.