I have been entertaining radio listeners since 1998, having spent time producing two prominent radio programs in the Philadelphia market prior to being an on-air personality here in South Jersey. Since 2000, I've anchored evenings and middays and can currently be heard entertaining South Jersey’s Own workforce weekdays while overseeing the station's programming and the SoJO 104.9 air talent. I love cats, yoga, binge-watching TV, podcasts, and, most of all, being a true South Jersey Girl. I am a proud graduate of the Broadcast/Telecommunications/Mass Media program at Temple University in Philadelphia. Prior to Temple, I was part of the on-air staff at 91.5 WDBK, the highly successful and popular student-run radio station at Camden County Community College. I am a fan of all things pop culture and is currently addicted to basically every reality TV show. I also love movies, fashion magazines and blogs, and gossip rags.
7-Eleven Clerk Assaulted in Marlton, NJ; Police Looking for Suspects
Police in Marlton, Evesham Twp., want to identify and find two men involved in an assault on a 7-Eleven store clerk.
The Body of a Missing New Jersey Woman May Have Been Found
Human remains discovered in a California desert may belong to a missing 30-year-old New Jersey woman.
Pumpkin Wine is a Thing — Where to Sample Some in South Jersey This Fall
Here are a few vineyards in South Jersey offering pumpkin wine this fall.
Exclusive Photos: Do You Remember New Jersey’s Echelon Mall?
Once upon a time, the Echelon Mall in Voorhees was a premier shopping destination. Let's go back in time and remember what it was like in all its glory.
Naked Man Charged With Harassing Women on Beach in Cape May, NJ
A 58-year-old man from Pennsylvania is facing charges after reportedly exposing himself to women on a Cape May beach.
Jackpot! Ocean County, NJ, Wawa Sells $500,000 Winning Lottery Ticket
Someone who bought a lottery ticket at a Wawa in Ocean County is more than a half-million dollars richer.
Mounds of Dirt Arrive to Building in Galloway, NJ, as Construction Continues
A former medical building in Galloway continues to be transformed as mounds of dirt arrive to the property.
Glassboro, NJ, Has a Bus Driver Shortage So Kids Got to Go Home Early
Monday was a shorter day than normal for some students in Glassboro due to a shortage of bus drivers in the school district.
Police in Burlington County, NJ, Identify Man Found Dead Behind Deli
It was a grim discovery this week behind a market and deli in Burlington County, but police now know the identity of the man found dead there.
How to Get a Free or Discounted Rideshare in New Jersey if You Lost Your Vehicle to Ida
It's been a week since Tropical Storm Ida ravaged parts of the Garden State. Now, NJ has partnered with the two biggest rideshare companies to offer transportation to residents who lost their vehicles.