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, I firmly believe that life’s too short to drink bad coffee. I'm also a fan of the beach, Dave Grohl and karma.
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.
Travel plans? Allow lots of time — months in advance — for passports
The wait time on receiving new passports is three to four months, per the U.S. State Department.
Pandemic over? These NJ government offices are still keeping out public
While MVC spots are open by appointment, a number of county services are back to in-person, with few mask requirements.
Egg Harbor Township Boater Admits He Faked Death Between Scams
Andrew Biddle had used phony information to get a loan, so he fled to Florida. While there, he was busted for another scheme.
Clementon Park & Splash World delays re-opening amid inspections
Clementon officials said initial requirements still were being met, as the park's new owners were working "diligently" with the borough.
‘Frasier’ visits Ocean Club site in Seaside as theater plan is delayed
Actor Kelsey Grammer stopped by the beachfront cabana complex taking shape in Seaside Heights. One element, a performance venue, has hit a speed bump in planning.
Atlantic City man laundered drug ring’s $100K at casinos, cops say
State Police are searching for 29-year-old Jordan Ragland, who they say is connected to a meth operation in Atlantic City.
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.
Murphy: ‘A chance’ of no NJ mask requirement in schools this fall
Alongside the U.S. Secretary of Education, Gov. Phil Murphy says minds are open to no masks in schools if COVID metrics keep improving.
NJ Supreme Court will hear from teacher fired for unwed pregnancy
An unmarried art teacher at a Catholic elementary school in Union County was fired after telling the principal that she was pregnant.
Where do you still have to wear a mask in NJ this summer
As the state rolls back more restrictions heading into June, there's some exceptions that can be confusing. We rounded up some common questions and right answers.
More NJ school districts suing Juul over teen vaping
Cracking down on teen vaping at school has been a costly process — some districts are hoping to hold Juul Labs accountable.