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.
Rodents An Unwelcome Visitor In Sandy Aftermath [AUDIO]
Not only are certain types of crimes anticipated in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy but certain types of rodents are anticipated in Sandy devastated areas, as well.
Super Saturday Donation Giveaway In Ocean County This Weekend [AUDIO]
An Ocean County high school is leading a major Superstorm Sandy relief effort this weekend.
SBA Loan Application Filing A Must For FEMA Help [AUDIO]
If you receive a low interest loan application in the mail from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) after applying to FEMA, don't throw it out. The application is the portal to the disaster assistance you need.
Portion of Northern Barrier Island to be Closed Next Week
Brick Police and Township Emergency Management say the northern barrier peninsula will temporarily be closed next week.
Hurricane Relief Concert Pier Pressure To Rock The Jersey Shore [AUDIO]
Two Ocean County teens pull off a feat normally reserved for seasoned promoters. 16-year old Amanda Kacperowski and 14-year-old Sara Brilliant of Toms River are hosting a Hurricane Relief Concert dubbed "Pier Pressure," featuring five bands and a special guest this coming Saturday.
Atlantic City Says They’re Open For Business [AUDIO]
The Boardwalk Empire continues to suffer from a perception problem following Super Storm Sandy, which the Atlantic City Alliance is hoping to dispel.
Could Sandy Lead to More Green Energy? [AUDIO]
Hurricanes, flooding and storm surges are natural occurrences and the environment is equipped to recover from after big bad storms, according to Green Peace Research Director Kurt Davis.
Superstorm Tests Army Corps Beach Replenishment Projects [AUDIO]
New Jersey's beaches and dune systems took a pounding during Superstorm Sandy but it also served as the ultimate test for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers massive beach replenishment projects.
Taxpayers Help NJ Foodbanks At Critical Time [AUDIO]
The days leading up to Thanksgiving is a normally busy time of year for Foodbank's through out the state but following Super Storm Sandy, demand has more than doubled.
Prosecutors Ready for Sandy Scams and Crimes [AUDIO]
Shore area law enforcement officials gear up for a crime wave unique to natural disasters following Superstorm Sandy.