Bill Doyle is a 30-year radio veteran, with most of those years spent co-hosting shows with Jeff Deminski. While his broadcasting odyssey has included stops all over the country, he is proud to call New Jersey home where two of his kids were born and all three went to college. He has lived in Ocean County for the past 12 years and he enjoys writing about interesting New Jersey people and places, with a special interest in photos of houses he’ll never be able to afford.
New Franchising Agreement Will Bring More Pickleball Courts to NJ
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.
These are the Halloween costumes New Jersey is searching for
A new study has determined which costumes will be the most popular this year.
New season brings new food offerings for Devils’ games at the Rock
The concessions this year will be provided by a new company, Levy, the official hospitality partner of Prudential Center.
Southern fried chicken chain, Bojangles, has plans for New Jersey
Bojangles is known for its hand-breaded, pressure-cooked chicken, which is seasoned with a blend of Cajun spices.
These are New Jersey’s favorite tacos
Be sure to celebrate National Taco Day!
Motown Icon Smokey Robinson Performing in Atlantic City, NJ
One of the true musical legends of the rock era, Smokey Robinson, is coming to New Jersey on Dec. 1 to perform at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
NJ Once Again Takes the Crown For Highest Property Taxes
It doesn’t matter which group is doing the counting, anytime there’s a survey of property taxes, New Jersey comes out on top.
Study says this NJ city is among the best for working parents
For many employees, finding a good work/life balance can be elusive, especially if you have kids.
The Christmas Vacation cast will reunite at a New Jersey convention
Clark, Ellen, Rusty, and Audrey Griswold will be getting back together at a Christmas convention in Edison this December.
Morey’s Piers in Wildwood hosts Oktoberfest again this year
Summer’s not over yet, but it’s not too early to look ahead to fall.