Rosetta Key is a News Anchor and Reporter for Townsquare Media's Ocean/Monmouth County Bureau. She's covered news in New Jersey for over 15 years and is the winner of the 2007 and 2008 New Jersey Associated Press Broadcaster's Association Award for Best News Series.
Cleanup Worker Fatally Struck by SUV in Brick
A post-storm cleanup worker dies after attempting to stop traffic on Princeton Avenue in Brick Township Friday.
Barnegat Teen Writes A Song For Newtown Families [VIDEO/AUDIO]
A Southern Ocean County teen is hoping to bring comfort to the families who lost loved ones in the Connecticut school shootings with a song.
Date Set for the Repopulation of the Northern Barrier Island [VIDEO]
The Mayors of Toms River, Brick and Seaside Heights set a date for the repopulation of the Northern Barrier Island.
Shore Towns Brace For Housing Market Changes [AUDIO]
Superstorm Sandy will undoubtedly have an impact on the property tax landscape of the Jersey shore, according to Ocean County Administrator Carl Block.
Seaside Park and Pelican Island Residents to Begin Returning Home
The limited re-population of Seaside Park begins today.
CRDA Announces New Fine Arts Initiative In Atlantic City [AUDIO]
Doing A-C will soon not only mean enjoying entertainment, dining and shopping. It will also include admiring and even purchasing fine works of art.
Jackson Jaguar Marching Band to Play in President’s Inaugural Parade
Not long after they return from the Tournament of Roses Parade, the Jackson Memorial High School Jaguar Marching Band jwill be performing in the 57th Presidential Inaugural Parade.
Oyster Creek Petition To Be Heard By NRC [AUDIO]
A group that's against the continued operation of the nation's oldest nuclear power plant wins an audience with federal nuclear regulators next month.
Communities Around Ft. Monmouth Prepare For Growth [AUDIO]
The superstorm affected communities of Eatontown, Oceanport and Tinton Falls are taking a wait-and-see approach as their populations begin to swell on a neighboring shuttered military base.
There Will Be Christmas On The Island This Year [AUDIO]
A displaced barrier island resident from Ocean County isn't letting Superstorm Sandy get in the way of celebrating the holidays.