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Join hosts Tim Frederiks and Fran Gavin in the studio as they welcome Hackettstown Mayor Gerald DiMaio and Councilperson Leonard Kunz to discuss various issues and opportunities our town faces during and after the pandemic, including support for small business, taxation and future directions..  Use the media player below to listen to the episode.

Join hosts Tim Frederiks and Fran Gavin in the studio as they welcome Oxford Superintendent Bob Magnuson to discuss various legislation impacting schools as the result of CoVid-19, including the HS Bridge Year option and various “learning gap” measures.  Use the media player below to listen to the episode.

We are back!  WNTI is ready for another exciting semester.  Things are buzzing on campus.  It may be winter now, but spring will soon be open us. Masks and social distancing are still the norm, along with hand washing and frequent sanitation.  If we all do our part to stay #cyclonesafe, we can ensure that […]

This is a programming update from WNTI.  Centenary University has transitioned to online learning until the end of the semester.  As a result, a majority of our student programmi ng will be on hold until students return to campus in the later of part of January.  Several of our students will be doing their shows […]

Join us for an enlightening discussion on navigating the college application process during the pandemic. Our special guest host is Centenary University doctoral candidate Jaime Walker, Director of Guidance for the Somerset Hills School District. Jamie will be interviewing Megan Dooley, School Counselor at Bernards High School; along with Nicole Oringer, College Counselor at College […]

Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tom Frederiks as they welcome doctoral student Joe Reynolds into the studio along with his guest,  Rich Broane, Director of Curriculum, Articulation, and Student Achievement at North Hunterdon Voorhees Regional High School District.  Joe and Rich will be speaking about curriculum opportunities for students at North Hunterdon and Voorhees High Schools and […]


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