Jen is a seasoned radio veteran with more than 30 years of experience as a broadcast journalist and morning show co-host. She has been at NJ 101.5 since 2016 as a news anchor and digital content writer. Before that, Jen was a traffic reporter at Total/Shadow Traffic, a business news anchor at The Wall Street Journal Radio Network, a morning show co-host on 106.3 GROCK, 95.9 The Rat, 92.7 WOBM, 100.1 WJRZ and Q104.3 in New York City, and a morning show producer on Z100. She is also a voiceover artist and an announcer for Tournament of Bands high school marching band competitions. Jen lives at the Jersey Shore and mostly enjoys writing stories about animals.
Goodbye! People in NJ are fleeing these towns the most
New Jersey's population may have grown by 4% over a decade but not these towns, where the population keeps getting smaller.
A ram on the lam caught in NJ neighborhood
A ram that had been on the loose in Mount Laurel for days, was safely captured this morning by police.
Drunk NJ priest led high-speed chase after Walmart heist, cops say
A Roman Catholic priest is stepping down as pastor of his church after being charged with shoplifting and then driving drunk while leading police on a pursuit.
Suspect in suburban NJ carjacking is just 13 years old
A 13-year-old was charged with a carjacking that happened at a Cranford gas station almost six months ago, according to police.
Neglected and dead dogs removed from home of NJ animal rescue group
Nearly 100 maltreated dogs, some deceased, were removed from a squalor home whose owners are members of a self-described animal rescue group, according to Vernon police.
Moving in! The 21 fastest growing towns in New Jersey
The U.S. Census American Community Survey's 5-year estimates for 2012 and 2022 reveal the top 21 fastest-growing New Jersey municipalities and the 21 fastest-shrinking towns.
NJ will be closing some roads to allow these little critters to cross
The annual salamander migration begins Friday night closing off Beekman Road in East Brunswick and White Pine Road in South Brunswick during the overnight hours.
Think spring: World-famous flower show returns to Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Flower Show returns for its 195th year next month with a new theme, new exhibits, and tons of floral and gardening activities.
Don’t be a victim: NJ utility company warns about an uptick in scams
Atlantic City Electric warns customers to be vigilant after reporting an increase in scams and scam attempts in 2023.
Disturbing: NJ cops find injured dogs that may have been used as ‘bait’
Eight dogs were rescued and arrests were made after police uncovered a possible dog fighting ring in Neptune Township.