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.
Boat runs ashore in North Wildwood, NJ, day after plane mishap
The unusual sight in Cape May County was just a day after a banner plane made an emergency landing on a Shore bridge in Atlantic County
Newark police share video of bank robber as dye pack explodes
The man tossed the cash bundle the packet was slipped in with, making off with $2,300 on Saturday, Newark police said.
Springsteen packs Broadway show, as some protest vax requirement
Gov. Phil Murphy was among those in the crowd as Bruce Springsteen returned to Broadway. Ticket holders need to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.
NJ to companies ‘gifting’ weed with snack sales: Quit it or else
At least four vendors had been selling baked goods or other treats for delivery with a "free" side of marijuana. The state has told them it's illegal.
Amazon heeds NJ legal weed: Won’t test for marijuana use anymore
The company has changed its drug use policy, saying it will treat weed like alcohol — still requiring workers to stay sober on the job.
NJ’s most & least COVID-19 vaccinated towns, county-by-county
With the state reporting nearly four million people as fully vaccinated, here's the breakdown of the municipalities with the highest and lowest percentages in all 21 counties.
Volunteer fire department ‘in shock’ over Maple Shade suspension
The 90-day suspension was unanimously adopted by the township council on Monday, citing "dereliction of duties."
Garden State cracks down on polluters at 9 sites in New Jersey
State environmental officials have filed lawsuits and court orders to get contamination cleaned up from Vineland to Edison and Secaucus.
No mask? NJ primary voters will be turned away from polls, Murphy says
When asked about polling places in May and June, Governor Murphy said indoor mask requirements would likely remain.
Gov. Murphy making ‘major announcement’ on NJ reopening
There's been mounting pressure for the state to rollback more, if not all, restrictions on businesses as COVID metrics continue to improve.