Nicole Bitette is the new editor for the Woodbridge and Cranford Patch sites. Nicole has lived in Woodbridge her entire life, except for her semesters away at college. Prior to covering Woodbridge and Cranford, Nicole was the Assistant Editor for Union County, focusing mostly on Scotch Plains-Fanwood and briefly Summit. Nicole graduated from Seton Hall University, Cum Laude, with a B.A. in Journalism. In the past few years she has worked for Seton Hall's official campus newspaper, The Setonian and Seton Hall's award-winning radio station, WSOU. She has also written for an online local news publication, The Alternative Press, in Maplewood and South Orange. Before starting at Patch, she tried out the New York magazine world, by working as an Editorial Assistant for the national shelter magazine, Traditional Home Magazine, due to her interest in design and home decorating. However, Nicole came back to her love for local news at the number one place for it, here at Patch! Right now she is trying to get to know who's who in Woodbridge and Cranford and she looks forward to meeting you. Please don't hesitate to e-mail or call her with any possible stories or concerns.
Email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org