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Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they welcome Green Township Committeeman and former Mayor Jim Chirip to the studio to discuss challenges and opportunities for small rural townships in New Jersey. This will be the final Leadership Matters! program for this season. We will return to the airwaves in early September.​

Death is real. These are the first lines sung by Phil Elverum on his record A Crow Looked At Me, under the name Mount Eerie. Elverum was inspired to write this album after his wife, Genevieve, passed away in 2016 from inoperable pancreatic cancer. A Crow Looked At Me is an incredibly deep insight into […]

Join host Tim Frederiks and special guest host Agatha Wilke as they welcome NJDOE Lighthouse Award Winners – Washington Township School District, represented by Superintendent Kieth Neuhs, and Principals Michael Neu and Jessica Garcia. Through the Lighthouse District Initiative, the NJDOE is highlighting districts that have, over the past several years, achieved academic growth in […]

WNTI strives on having the best student DJ’s around and this weeks DJ of the Week is no exception.  Meet Katie Peters, she is a sophomore commuter student from Lafayette, NJ.  Her major is Communications with a Radio & TV Concentration and a Business Management minor.  Katie started getting involved with WNTI her freshman year […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National Space Society bringing you the February Astronomy Update for WNTI.ORG Shining brightly on most nights, we can see it in different shapes at different times of the month. It’s our Moon. It also can be referred to as “Luna” in Latin, or […]

Meet our newest DJ of the Week, Jack Reinhart.  Jack, the host of now two radio shows on WNTI, is a junior communication major from Stewartsville, New Jersey.  He recently transferred from Warren County Community College When he first arrived on WNTI’s radio scene, he teamed up with Communication colleague Zach Martino for their popular sports […]


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