Rosetta Key is a News Anchor and Reporter for Townsquare Media's Ocean/Monmouth County Bureau. She's covered news in New Jersey for over 15 years and is the winner of the 2007 and 2008 New Jersey Associated Press Broadcaster's Association Award for Best News Series.
PT Beach Reinstates Seasonal Overnight Parking Ban
Point Pleasant Beach officials re-institutes its seasonal overnight parking restrictions in its beach front tourism district.
Business Experts Come to the Aid of Shore Area Proprietors
Rebuilding from Superstorm Sandy goes beyond sheet rock and nails. Small businesses will be able to get some good old fashion advice from business experts in an effort to help get them back on their feet.
Mathis Bridge Freeze Up Causes Traffic Nightmare
A traffic nightmare heading into the northern barrier island from Toms River ends after two hours as the Mathis Bridge gets stuck in the upright position Tuesday night.
NJ Women Lead the Charge to Help Sandy Impacted Businesses
Superstorm Sandy expands the mission of a Chatham-based nonprofit that usually helps female business owners.
Neptune Quick Chek Armed Fugitive Arrested
Police catch up to the man who brandished a gun in a Neptune Quick Chek.
Tennessee Woman Issued Summons After Being Rescued by Coast Guard
A woman from Tennessee now has a summons to remember her vacation after a harrowing rescue off Point Pleasant Beach.
Suspect Being Questioned in Murder of Lakewood Woman [VIDEO]
Lakewood Police take a murder suspect in custody at gun point after a detective spotted the victim's car in Howell.
Six Manchester Teens Face Charges in High School Letter Caper
Ending the school year on a high note? Metal thefts reach new heights in Manchester when four adults and two juveniles scale the roof of Manchester Township High School to steal seven metal letters.
Bayville Teen Airlifted After Being Hit by Car
A 16-year-old Bayville teen is airlifted to the Jersey Shore Medical Center after being struck by a car Tuesday night
Toms River Schools Seek Public Involvement In Super Search [AUDIO]
After losing one superintendent to a very public corruption scandal and another soon to a health crises, officials of New Jersey's fourth largest school district are hoping to involve residents in the selection of a new superintendent.
Sandy Victims Get Help Resolving Disputed Insurance Claims
New Jersey residents who have unresolved non-flood related insurance claims from Superstorm Sandy, can participate in a free mediation program.
Eminent Domain on Hold in T.R. Pending L.B.I Appeal
Toms River officials are reportedly taking a wait-and-see approach before using eminent domain to gain beach easement rights for the U.S. Army Corps dune replenishment project.