Born and raised in New Jersey, I'm definitely a Jersey Girl. I even have the big hair to prove it! Through my years at New Jersey 101.5, I've held various roles in the newsroom, including as the department's assignment editor and assistant news director. In my current role as the news director, I help determine the stories that I think will be the most impactful to our listening and reading audience while always remembering to follow what our station was founded on "Not New York, Not Philadelphia ... New Jersey 101.5." Under my leadership, the station won its first National Murrow Award for Newscast from the Radio Television Digital News Association in 2022. Most importantly, I'm always looking to hear from the people that live and work in New Jersey. If you have a story you think our award-winning journalists should pursue, please email me at email@example.com.
Princeton assisted living facility raising money for homeless pets
A Mercer County assisted living facility is celebrating National Assisted Living Week by giving back to a local nonprofit that finds homes for unwanted animals.
List of most popular baby names in NJ released for 2016
New Jersey's most popular baby names for 2016 are ranked by the Social Security Administration.
Most Americans believe in soulmates. But is it better if you don’t?
A new poll shows the majority of Americans believe in soulmates, but the widely held belief might not be the most effective when wishing to keep the flames alive.
These are the behaviors managers find most annoying at work
Are you the queen of gossip at the office or a sloppy worker? A new survey lists the top five most annoying workplace behaviors from the perspective of your boss.
Almost two dozen cars burglarized in Wall Township
Police are warning residents to lock their car doors after reports of missing items from 23 unlocked cars in the West Belmar section of town.
Deadline for Sandy review claims extended
Superstorm Sandy victims have an extra 30 days to file a request for their flood insurance claims to be reviewed.
Scalpers looking to make a buck off Pope visit
There's always someone trying to make a dollar.
Playbook released for Pope’s visit to Philadelphia
As preparations continue for Pope Francis' visit to Philadelphia next month, an online planning guide is now available for those hoping to catch a glimpse of him.
1.2 Million New Jerseyans Will Hit the Road this Thanksgiving
If you plan to take a trip this Thanksgiving holiday, you won't be alone.
FEMA Public Assistance Approved for All 21 New Jersey Counties
Governor Chris Christie today announced that the federal government has extended public assistance to all 21 counties in New Jersey as a result of the impact of Hurricane Sandy, extending public assistance now to all 11 New Jersey counties not previously approved.
Pet Rescue Hotline Announced for NJ Residents Affected by Sandy
The Christie Administration today announced the establishment of a hotline for residents affected by Hurricane Sandy who left their pets behind when evacuating their homes in advance of the storm.