Hey there! I'm the host of the Cat Country Morning Show with Joe and Jahna, heard weekdays from 5:30 - 10:00am! I've been doing mornings on Cat Country since the beginning - 1998! I've seen almost everyone in concert - so, if you need a recommendation on who to see, just ask me! If I had the opportunity to eat lunch with anyone living or dead, I would choose someone living. Our studio hotline is always open for you at 609-383-1073. When I'm not on the radio, you'll find me sleeping.
Sicklerville, NJ Resident to Compete on This Season’s Survivor
The 45th season of the CBS show, "Survivor" is about to kick off and this season, a Sicklerville resident will be among the contestants. Also, two other contestants have area connections.
15 More New Jersey Residents Say They’ve Witnessed Mountain Lions
State wildlife officials will say "no" about the animals in New Jersey, but hundreds of residents claim they've seen them in the Garden State.
Galloway Business Owner Arrested For Drone Funny-Business
Here's a new one: an Absecon man has been arrested following a series of drone-related incidents in the Absecon and Galloway areas.
Three New Jersey Women Competing on The Golden Bachelor
The Golden Batchelor will actually feature three women from New Jersey.
WARNING: Don’t Do This in New Jersey Sunflower Fields
Two South Jersey farms planning sunflower events happening now - or very soon - are Dalton Farms in Swedesboro and Sunset Flower Farm in Bellplain.
Cape May Named a Best Beach Town in America – Again!
Trips to Discover has named Cape May one of the Best Beach Towns in America!
AC CHANGES: Almost Half of All Gamblers Have Never Been in a Casino
40% of gamblers have never set foot in an actual casino!
Survey Says This South Jersey Town is Cheapest Place to Live in NJ
Clayton - in Gloucester County - has been named the cheapest place to live in New Jersey.
16-Year-Old Atlantic City Boy Charged with Murder
A 16-year-old Atlantic City boy has been charged with murder, after another 16-year-old died from stab wounds.
New Jersey’s Dream Job is Apparently Driving a UPS Truck
With news out of UPS drivers' ability to make $170,000 after five years on the job, New Jersey residents have been hopping on Google, searching for "UPS driving jobs."