Before becoming a digital reporter and fill-in news anchor for New Jersey 101.5, my NJ journalism roots began as faux interviews on a Fisher Price tape recorder. Relatives might say my "gift of gab" grew from there, leading me to radio and beyond. As a wife and momma of two kiddos, I firmly believe that life’s too short to drink bad coffee. I'm also a fan of the beach, Dave Grohl and karma.
NJ adoptable dog dubbed ‘haunted Victorian child’ is viral star
A hilariously blunt, prospective pet profile about "Prancer" the chihuahua in North Jersey has been shared thousands of times online.
This Jersey Shore cast mate is opening a store at NJ’s mega mall
Jenni "JWoww" Farley first visited American Dream with her kids in December — and now she's about to launch a mom-minded clothing store.
People are having dogs fight in car trunks — NJ about to make that illegal
The mobile method of pitting two animals against each other has been going on for years. If signed by the governor, it would become a third-degree animal cruelty offense.
NJ grocery, restaurant, casino staff can now book COVID vaccines
New Jersey's latest round of eligible workers join the fray as the state closes in on another pandemic milestone — 1.5 million fully vaccinated.
Everyone back to school — no remote learning — in fall, Murphy says
The caveat was "unless the world turns sideways," when the governor was asked about a return to normal classes by next school year.
A year later, NJ nursing homes now can allow indoor visits
The state has updated its guidance, with certain limitations based on COVID-19 spread at each facility, health officials said.
NJ opens COVID vaccines to residents with asthma or overweight
Several high risk conditions noted by the CDC are in the latest round make eligible, along with transit workers and MVC staff.
Teachers, Uber drivers, store clerks: Who’s eligible now for the vaccine?
People with asthma and high blood pressure also soon will become eligible to book an appointment for a shot in New Jersey.
On NJ unemployment for a full year? New process, less filing
State labor officials say they've been prepping to deal with a record wave of claims reaching one-year reviews amid COVID-19.
NJ towns back at square one on marijuana bans amid new state laws
Towns have three months to adopt new rules against legal weed within their boundaries — and Bridgewater is leading the pack.