I love being part of New Jersey 101.5. It's a station I was a fan of even before working here, plus New Jersey is my home state. Born and raised in Union County, that whole area seen in the old "Sopranos" opening credits was pretty much my back yard. I've also lived in Cape May, Mercer, Middlesex, and Somerset counties. Now I reside in Hunterdon County with my wife and four kids. I love Bruce Springsteen, Jersey pizza, summers at Seaside and the greatest radio audience in the world!
Real trees this Christmas can lead to eggs hatching inside your home
We warned you about this last year. A real tree at Christmas could lead to a real nasty mess in your living room with the encroaching spotted lanternfly.
Popeyes chicken sandwich returns Sunday, screwing Chic-fil-A
Well played Popeyes.
Message in Bottle Tossed From New Jersey Found in Canada
Christmas cards are dying out. No one seems to write snail mail anymore. Want to get even more antiquated? How about a message in a bottle?
Opinion: Transgender Female Athletes Don’t Belong on Girls Teams
What does a competitive cyclist named Rachel McKinnon have to do with New Jersey or high school sports?
Cop Lost 10-year-old Daughter to Ride Mishap; Here’s a Fund to Help
Hailey McMullen was at the Deerfield Harvest Festival on Saturday night. She was thrown from a ride and died from her injuries. Her grieving father is Chris McMullen, a Salem City police officer.
NJ to Thank for the Awful Idea of Highway Traffic Circles
Let's take highway speed traffic coming from different directions and trust that people are bright enough to understand who is supposed to yield.
A Deer Got Inside a Lakewood Home and There’s Video
It was quite a scene in Lakewood a few days ago when a deer managed to get inside a family's home.
Opinion: Blowhard Booker Seeks Attention in Defending Biden
On a recent CNN appearance, the junior senator from New Jersey tried to sound like a threatening Tarantino character.
Opinion: Vineland Teacher Who Kneels During Pledge of Allegiance Should Look for New Job
Here's another case of kneeling during a patriotic moment -- but this time it isn't a rich NFL player protesting police brutality. It's a teacher in Vineland.
This Article Tells You How Much Nastiness is Allowed in Your Food
It is impossible to harvest and process and package food without some things getting in it you'd rather not be there.