Jen is a seasoned radio veteran with more than 30 years of experience as a broadcast journalist and morning show co-host. She has been at NJ 101.5 since 2016 as a news anchor and digital content writer. Before that, Jen was a traffic reporter at Total/Shadow Traffic, a business news anchor at The Wall Street Journal Radio Network, a morning show co-host on 106.3 GROCK, 95.9 The Rat, 92.7 WOBM, 100.1 WJRZ and Q104.3 in New York City, and a morning show producer on Z100. She is also a voiceover artist and an announcer for Tournament of Bands high school marching band competitions. Jen lives at the Jersey Shore and mostly enjoys writing stories about animals.
Restaurants with a theme: NJ has plenty of them
New Jersey is home to many themed restaurants for you to try, so we've highlighted a few of them.
New Jerseyans can travel easier with this new Uber option
Uber Rent with Valet is now available in parts of New Jersey where you can have a car delivered straight to your door and picked up when you're done using it.
Newborn abandoned outside with the trash: NJ public could help solve case
Essex County Prosecutors need the public's help in solving a newborn baby boy's death from 37 years ago.
Two NJ towns named ‘most Christmassy’ in the U.S.
Two New Jersey towns with their decorations, charm, and events, made the top 75 "Most Christmassy" towns in the U.S., according to Mixbook.
Horrible roads: Lawmaker wants NJ to count the potholes
New Jersey Senator Anthony Bucco has introduced a bill that would require the State DOT to begin providing information about potholes on state roads in its annual report.
Water taste funny to you? NJ utility responds to numerous complaints
NJ American Water is conducting flushes parts of five counties after customer complaints revealed funny-tasting and smelling water.
A first-of-its-kind event in Asbury Park, NJ to help small shops
To help drum up business for mom-and-pop shops during the struggling winter months, Asbury Park is hosting its first annual "Made and Sold in Asbury Park" in February.
Indian restaurant with a modern twist opens in Red Bank, NJ
Saffron, a traditional Indian restaurant with a modern flair is set to open this month in the heart of Red Bank.
Family-owned Somerset County, NJ bar and grill closes after 55 years
On Dec. 30, Michael's Inn in Raritan, a beloved family-owned bar and grill will permanently close its doors after being in business for 55 years.
Famous TV actor will be the grand marshal in Atlantic City parade this weekend
Actor Kelsey Grammer will serve as the grand marshal in this weekend's Atlantic City Winter Wonderland Parade.