Bill Doyle is a 30-year radio veteran, with most of those years spent co-hosting shows with Jeff Deminski. While his broadcasting odyssey has included stops all over the country, he is proud to call New Jersey home where two of his kids were born and all three went to college. He has lived in Ocean County for the past 12 years and he enjoys writing about interesting New Jersey people and places, with a special interest in photos of houses he’ll never be able to afford.
Trenton, NJ ranks second in the country for career development
According to a recent study, Mercer County is a good place to be if you want to advance your career.
This is where New Jersey ranks for bed bugs
Just hearing the phrase 'bed bug' makes me itch.
There’s a Great White Shark off the coast of New Jersey
The apex predators are swimming up and down the East Coast all year long.
This is (supposedly) NJ’s favorite Thanksgiving side dish
No matter what your favorite side is, I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving.
The Giants QB still lives with his parents in NJ
The 25-year-old still lives at home, and he loves it.
This is the only NJ city in the top 125 happiest in the U.S.
People in New Jersey may not seem happy-go-lucky, and a recent survey bears that out.
Big changes could be coming to the Freehold Raceway Mall
As shopping tastes and trends have changed, many malls are faced with a dilemma: what to do with empty storefronts, especially ones that used to be anchors.
Five NJ restaurants named among the nation’s best by Open Table
Open Table, the restaurant reservation site, has ranked the top 100 restaurants in the country.
Brazilian steakhouse opens its second NJ restaurant, more on the way
Fogo de Chão is an upscale Brazilian steakhouse chain that offers a unique dining experience.
Study says buying is cheaper than renting long-term in Jersey City
The average homeowner in Jersey City will spend a total of $1,853,594 over the course of 30 years.
This NJ county was named one of the best places to live
The ranking considers factors such as population, income, poverty, education, health, crime, environment, and amenities.
NJ places 5 ZIP codes in the nation’s priciest
The five New Jersey zips are in familiar upscale towns, although the priciest may surprise you.