Hey! I'm Chris Coleman, the afternoon guy at Cat Country 107.3, Program Director of WPG Talk Radio 95.5 FM/1450 AM, and the Production Director for Townsquare Media/Atlantic City (I make all of the commercials that you hear on the radio). I was born in South Philadelphia and I have spent practically all of my life right here in South Jersey. I started working at Cat Country 107.3 in February, 1998, as a one day per week button pusher. 21+ years later, I'm still working at Cat Country 107.3 pushing those same buttons. I absolutely love to travel, I'm a certified weather nerd, a huge fan of old game shows, and I enjoy buying beer and wine simply based on what the label looks like.
City of Philadelphia: No Fans in the Stands at Eagles, Phillies Games
If you are a diehard Eagles or Phillies fan and you can't wait to get inside a stadium to cheer-on your favorite teams, you better get your radio ready instead.
The New Normal: A Look Inside an Atlantic City Casino
As casinos in Atlantic City reopen on July 2nd, many are wondering what the new normal for gambling will look like. Here's an exclusive look inside Ocean Casino Resort.
Murphy: Casinos Can Reopen July 2nd Along With Indoor Dining
Gov. Murphy says casinos in Atlantic City can reopen on Thursday, July 2nd.
Daycare Centers, Summer Camps, Some Sports Returning to NJ
As the calendar turns to June, some elements of everyday life will reopen across the Garden State.
Five Schools Including St. Joe’s in Hammonton, Wildwood Catholic Closing
The Diocese of Camden has announced that five schools in the diocese will close, including four in Atlantic and Cape May Counties.
Cape May County Announces Second Case of COVID-19
The Cape May County Department of Health has announced a second positive test result for COVID-19.
Cape May County Reports First COVID-19 Case, 2nd and 3rd for Atlantic County
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in South Jersey continues to slowly increase.
Atlantic County Reports First COVID-19 Case
According to a statement issued by Atlantic County Wednesday morning, a man in his 60s with underlying health conditions has tested positive for COVID-19.
Dear Shoobies: Stay Away. Love, Cape May County
A freeholder in Cape May County is asking visitors to stay away for the next couple of weeks as the nation continues to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
NJ State Parks, Wildlife Areas Staying Open for “Passive Recreation”
While it seems like everything is closing, we found something that is staying open: state parks and wildlife management areas for "passive recreation."