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.
New Jersey’s Most Prolific Serial Killer
Charles Cullen, who confessed to as many as 40 murders over 16 years, was arrested without incident on December 12th, 2003.
Remembering Controversial Talk Show Host Morton Downey, Jr.
If you never saw the show, it almost always involved Downey yelling at guests, guests yelling at Downey, and/or guests yelling at each other while Downey blew cigarette smoke in their faces.
There’s a DWI crackdown coming to NJ
It’s that time of year again: time for the 'Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over' program to get drunk drivers off of New Jersey roads.
Woman Brought Too Much to ShopRite Express Lane; Brawl Broke Out
ShopRite in Howell is usually a pretty peaceful place, except last week when a fight broke out when someone tried to go through the express checkout with too many items.
Video of a New Jersey school bus blowing a red light
Here’s a parent’s nightmare.
Five South Jersey Towns in the Top 10 for NJ Heroin Abuse Cases
The State Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services has released its 2019 report on heroin abuse cases in New Jersey.
The New Jersey connection to ‘Gilligan’s Island’
Did you know that both the creator of the show and one of its stars were born in New Jersey?
This Date in History — Christine Todd Whitman Elected Governor
New Jersey elected its first female governor, Christine Todd Whitman, on November 3rd, 1993.
Lawsuit Over NJ Schoolyard Slide Being Too Steep Settled
A girl who was injured because her schoolyard's slide was too steep has received a $170,000 settlement, according to the Asbury Park Press.
NJ Businessman Tried to Pay Cherry Hill Student Lunch Food Debts
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Steve Ravitz, who owns two Shop Rite stores in Cherry Hill, made the offer in September after the school district got national attention for their policy.