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!
Donate blood and your COVID antibodies will be put to use
Blood donations continue to be a great need among blood banks in New Jersey and any help is greatly appreciated.
Getting rid of a Christmas tree? NJ uses them to save money, beaches, animals
Give that old Christmas tree a new lease on life by donating it to a New Jersey park, zoo, beach and other places for recycling.
Remote learning’s physical toll on children — NJ orthopedic surgeon
One South Jersey orthopedic surgeon has seen a big uptick in pain and injuries among kids, stemming from remote learning.
Own property in South Jersey? Help grow a maple syrup industry
Maple syrup tapping has started at Stockton University and officials say South Jersey residents can help with the process too.
Pandemic silver lining: NJ road work done quicker
While COVID-19 has shelved many events and projects, one thing that remains business as usual in New Jersey is road construction.
New Year in NJ: Safe ways (in person and at home) to celebrate
In a year of uncertainty, there are certainly safe and creative ways to ring in 2021, says one Stockton University professor.
5 tips for crafting the best 2021 new year’s resolutions
Dr. Steven Tobias, director of The Center for Child and Family Development in Morristown, says the key to making successful resolutions is to focus on what you want, not what you should do.
Need a job or promotion? Try Mercer college’s micro-credential program
Mercer County Community College has unveiled a program called micro-credentials to help students and working professionals learn new skills in this fast-paced world.
A warning for NJ: We’re very vulnerable to identity theft, report says
Lack of policies and penalties in place are two reasons why New Jersey is the fifth most vulnerable state in the nation to identity theft and fraud, says WalletHub.
NJ doctor reminds us: COVID-19 can cause ‘pink-eye’
It's not talked about a lot, but conjunctivitis can be a symptom of the novel coronavirus.