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!
Got 4/20 munchies? Here are some deals
On 4/20, perhaps you’ll partake in what will soon be legally available for purchase in New Jersey.
Hundreds of jobs coming soon to Gloucester County
Only six states and the District of Columbia have worse unemployment rates than New Jersey at present so we definitely need all the help we can get.
To COVID vax a teenager, that is the question (Opinion)
As of Monday the eligibility for a COVID vaccine was opened up to everyone 16 years and older.
Forget everything you thought you knew about New Jersey
Even those of us born and raised here can be surprised sometimes.
Volunteer firefighter from Freehold helped everyone, now he needs your help
Billy Anderson has been a solid guy all his life. A true Jersey guy, he’s a lifelong resident of Freeholder Borough.
Why was this rescued dog even on an escalator? (Opinion)
Kudos to the Port Authority cops who acted fast at the Journal Square PATH stop.
Murphy about to slap every citizen in the face (Opinion)
This is just more of the same from a progressive governor who has his eyes on the presidency.
Jersey Cash Codes $10,000 would get you this in NJ
With New Jersey’s average electric bill just over $100 a month you’ll have free electricity for the better part of a decade!
Mr. Richard Rocks supplement tricked many men
I wonder if he’ll be given that cute Mr. Richard Rocks nickname by someone bigger than him in prison.
Queer icons in Lambertville will try to win back tourism
In Lambertville, NJ on the Delaware River they’re all about tourism. So the pandemic has been quite a blow to the town.