I've been working with Jeff Deminski, or Heff-ay, since our first run at New Jersey 101.5 from 1994 to 1999. After 12 years in Michigan, we came back in 2011. I have three children (two of whom were born in the Garden State), with one at Montclair State and two in high school in Ocean County. I live in Jackson, where I enjoy grilling burgers 12 months a year on my Big Green Egg.
Atlantic County employment devastated by pandemic
Between June 2019 and June 2020, Atlantic County lost 34.2% of its jobs.
Buzz Aldrin’s childhood home is for sale
The Montclair home is listed at $1,049,000.
How Santa is safely visiting the Garden State this year
Everything about 2020 is weird and going to the mall to see Santa is no exception.
A look back at what pop culture looked like circa 1995
What were you doing in 1995? Well, there’s a good chance you were renting movies from Blockbuster.
Eagles to allow fans back in the Linc
The Philadelphia Eagles have announced that they will allow a limited number of fans in the stands for the game against the Ravens this Sunday.
Watch a bear steal a pumpkin off a porch
A Morris County homeowner got an up close look at a bear when the hungry animal walked onto her porch and swiped a pumpkin.
Wait, what? New study ranks NJ among safest states to drive in
Our neighbors in New York rank 46th, and Pennsylvania is the 22nd most dangerous state.
Another day, another great white shark tracked off NJ coast
It’s been something of a rush hour for great white sharks off the Jersey coast the past few months.
Battleship New Jersey gets lifeline in new budget
The navy’s most decorated battleship, now serving as the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial, got good news in the state budget passed this week.
Harriet Tubman Museum in Cape May is now open
The highly anticipated ribbon cutting for the Harriet Tubman Museum in Cape May finally took place,
Study says New Jersey is 4th happiest state
We placed 4th, behind Hawaii, Utah, and Minnesota.
Atlantic City park named for shooting victim
Michah “Dew” Tennant Park was dedicated this week by Atlantic City mayor Marty Small on what would have been Micah’s 11th birthday.