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.
Horses Take a Morning Stroll in Egg Harbor Township
Lost and found: Found two horses.
Feed South Jersey Radiothon Raises 81,000 Meals For Locals
Thursday's Feed South Jersey Radiothon raised enough money to provide over 81,000 meals to the hungry of Atlantic, Cape May, and Cumberland Counties.
Help Our Feed South Jersey Radiothon With Your Donation
As South Jerseyans, we take care of our own, and we could certainly use your help today.
South Jersey Working: Getting Ready to Reopen Seminar
Townsquare Media is partnering with the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce for a free virtual seminar for business owners and managers this Friday.
Why They’re Dancing at Shore Medical Center
They're celebrating and dancing at Shore Medical Center in Somers Point.
Maurice River Elementary School Teachers Make Video for Students
It's difficult for us to be separated from each other - and that goes for students and teachers, too.
Live Nation Makes Sure the Show Continues
In this time of sheltering at home, concert promoter Live Nation is working to continue bring you entertainment.
How to Give Your Kids a Haircut During Quarantine
Hair salons and barbershops aren't deemed essential services, so they're closed now. Your kid's hair is out of control. What do you do?
Drone Footage Shows Empty Atlantic City Streets and Boardwalk
This is usually the time of the year that the weather breaks and Atlantic City's Boardwalk starts to get a little more busy.
Upper Township Teacher Making Singing House Calls
Teachers all across South Jersey are doing their best to connect with their students during this difficult time.