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.
Former Vineland ShopRite to Become Self-storage Facility
The former ShopRite on North Delsea Drive in Vineland has been officially approved to become a self-storage facility.
Pedestrian Struck and Killed on Atlantic City Expressway
A pedestrian was killed by a driver in the eastbound lanes of the Atlantic City Expressway by mile marker 41.8 Wednesday evening.
Police in Palmyra Looking for Man Who Tried to Lure Young Girl
Police in Palmyra are searching for a man who attempted to lure a young girl away from her home.
Study Names Bridgeton One of the Worst Places to Live in America
According to a new study, Bridgeton ranks not only as the worst place to live in New Jersey but the 13th worst place to live in the United States.
Miss America’s President and CEO Steps Down
Regina Hopper, the President and CEO of the Miss America Organization, is leaving her position.
Ground Beef Recall Includes Packages Shipped to New Jersey
Concern over thin pieces of plastic wrapping found mixed into packages of ground beef has resulted in a nine state recalling, including in New Jersey.
Train Playing Atlantic City This June
Pat Monahan and Train are heading back out on the road and this summer they'll make a stop at Hard Rock Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.
Police in Winslow Identify Driver in Fatal Hit-and-run
A 23-year-old Sicklerville man has been charged with a hit-and-run death that occurred Wednesday night in Winslow.
Route 42 North Ramp to I-295 Closing Friday Night Amid Ongoing Work
NJDOT says the ramp from Northbound Route 42 to Northbound I-295 will be closed Friday night into Saturday morning as construction continues.
Just What the Heck is the Dolly Parton Challenge, Anyway?
Leave it to a 74-year-old woman who's been making music since the 1960s to make us all jump on the bandwagon of a new viral trend.