Hey there! I'm the midday news anchor for the Dennis and Judi Show on NJ 101.5. You may have heard my name before as I have co-hosted a number of morning shows on rock radio stations up and down the Jersey Shore as well as New York City. I also dabbled in business for a while at The Wall Street Journal Radio Network. While I am a Staten Island girl, I've been living in the Garden State (near the beach) for almost 20 years. I have a teenage son (yikes!). I'm a die-hard Bruce Springsteen fan. I love the New York Mets (my dad was a lefty relief pitcher for the Mets in the 1960s). I love animals, (especially my cat Gingerbread, my rabbit, Shadow and an adorable bloodhound named Esther). I enjoy going to concerts (I love live music). I'm a beach girl through and through (you will find me there a lot). I enjoy watching The Brick Memorial Marching Mustangs in action and doing the announcing for their home shows. I love the color purple, anything coconut-scented and a good red wine. Italian food (my heritage) and seafood are my faves. I'll travel anywhere. Just don't ever ask me to attend a Yankees game or go camping...the answer will always be no. LOL. That's me in a nutshell! Talk to you on the radio!
NJ agency about to award millions to struggling restaurants, shops
The NJEDA announces its $70 million Phase 3 grant program to help restaurants and micro businesses cope during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NJ bill to let more syringe access, harm reduction centers open
Two New Jersey lawmakers have introduced legislation that would expand what are known as harm reduction programs.
Children Feeling Sadder, More Worried as Pandemic Enters 7th Month
As kids become more sad, depressed and overwhelmed during the pandemic, one Jersey psychologist offers tips on what parents can do to help them cope.
Hand Sanitizer Accidents on the Rise: More Calls to NJ Poison Control Center
Since the start of the pandemic, The New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers has received hundreds of calls related to hand sanitizer exposure and expects those calls to increase by year's end.
More Employers Raising Salaries for New Hires Amid Pandemic
About 88% of senior managers worry about losing top talent, according to a survey, and almost 40% of them say salary reductions and freezes are to blame for their concerns.
You Probably Haven’t But Should: Check Your Credit Report
Despite an increase in credit card fraud attempts during the COVID-19 pandemic, only 33% of Americans have checked their credit reports in the past year.
When to stop for a school bus: Fines start at $100
With COVID concerns meaning more school buses, cars and bicycles on the roads, AAA says a refresher course is needed in back-to-school safety.
Government Fund Compensates Victims and Families of COVID-19
Many people may not be aware that the federal government has a fund called the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program, or CICP, to compensate COVID-19 victims and their families.
How to Stay Protected as West Nile Virus Season Returns to NJ
September is peak season for the mosquito-borne illness in New Jersey and can last right up until the first hard frost, which is usually in November.
Study: 54% of People Lost Money on Canceled Activities Due to COVID-19
Have you lost money from cancelled events or activities due to COVID-19? You're not alone.