I've been working with Jeff Deminski, or Heff-ay, since our first run at New Jersey 101.5 from 1994 to 1999. After 12 years in Michigan, we came back in 2011. I have three children (two of whom were born in the Garden State), with one at Montclair State and two in high school in Ocean County. I live in Jackson, where I enjoy grilling burgers 12 months a year on my Big Green Egg.
Sportsmanship is Not Dead in NJ
Sports tend to bring out people’s competitive instincts, but sometimes it's tempered by sportsmanship. Such was the case recently in a high school baseball game in South Jersey.
Ocean Casino in Atlantic City, NJ, has Upgrades for Summer of 2022
Updates include the completion of over 460 hotel rooms and suites, The Gallery Bar Book & Games, and new food and beverage outlets.
New Chick fil-A in Vineland, NJ, Will Have Electric Car Charging Stations
The charging stations will be Level 3, the fastest type of charging allowed.
Lucy the Elephant’s Renovation Taking Longer than Expected
Lucy the Elephant is in the midst of a facelift that was supposed to be completed by Memorial Day, but that’s not going to happen.
Cape May Zoo Welcomes Two Baby Zebras
Not just one, but two new zebras joined the menagerie at the Cape May County Zoo this month.
NJ Sailor Gets Rapid Promotion
NJ native, Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Andre Flamini, was recently meritoriously advanced to the rank of third class petty officer.
View the Stars at the Cape May, NJ, Lighthouse
Attention stargazers and lighthouse enthusiasts: there will be special nighttime climbs in 2022 at the Cape May Lighthouse during select new moon dates.
NJ Rallies to Help 94-year-old WWII Vet Who Lost Everything in Fire
Paul Roberts, a 94-year-old resident of Ship Bottom, lost all his possessions in a fire in March, and now, the community is looking to help him out.
More to Go Down the Shore: Toll Hikes on Cape May County, NJ, Bridges
Going down the shore is getting a little more expensive. Motorists using any of the five toll bridges in Cape May County saw the fare go up this week.
NJ Gambling Revenue Remained Strong in February
Land-based casinos performed exceptionally well with revenues growing 43.3% year over year to $212.4 million.