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.
Texting While Driving Blamed for Bad Wreck in Brick
Texting while driving leads to a multi-vehicle accident with injuries in Brick Township on Route 70 Thursday. Police say Just after 2:30 p.m.
Reward Being Offered in Lakewood for Hit-And-Run Motorist
Lakewood officials are planning to announce the offer of a $5,000 reward to help locate a hit and run driver Friday.
No Decision on Status of an Autistic Brick H.S. Football Player
The decision on whether an inspirational Brick High school football player with Autism can play another season is still up in the air.
There’s a New Grant Program for Displaced Belmar Residents
Displaced Belmar residents can apply for financial assistance through a new grant program announced by Mayor Matt Doherty.
Lacey H.S. Student to Attend Tonight’s State of the Union
When President Obama gives his State of the Union Address tonight, a Lacey High School Student will be in the House of Representative's gallery watching in person.
Basketball Game Pits Police Against High Schoolers
Members of Brick's Police Union take on township high school students for the 23rd annual "Helping Hands Benefit Basketball Game".
Brick Non-profit Helps Families Cope with the Loss of a Child
A new center opens in Ocean County aimed at helping parents and family members cope with the unbearable pain of losing a child.
Lakewood Tent City Not Being Shut Down This Week [AUDIO]
Just a formality. That's what Lakewood Mayor Al Akerman is calling violations ordering a so-called Tent City to remove all its tents and wood-burning stoves by today.
Fort Monmouth Gets First Tenant
Not long after the closure of Fort Monmouth, the shuttered military base will soon be home to its first corporation.
Belmar and Marlboro to Get Millions for Storm Debris Cleanup
Newly approved federal Sandy disaster relief money is making its way to the Garden State in the form of grants. New Jersey U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg announced Wednesday that three federal grants totaling over $9.2 million dollars are headed to Belmar and Marlboro to help cover debris removal cos…
Driver In Lakewood Collision Had Suspended License [VIDEO]
A two vehicle crash in Lakewood involving a SUV driven by a man with a suspended license injures 15 people including 5 critically.
Lakewood Kindergartner Suspended for Gun Threat
A Lakewood Kindergarten student receives a two-day suspension after threatening to bring a gun to school.