CBS 3 Meteorologist Kathy Orr heads to Avalon’s beaches and boardwalk where families are enjoying one of the last shore weekends of the season before heading back to school and work.
Atlantic City Electric reports that the number of outages are now reduced to just under 200 customers.
According to police, the body was recovered about one mile off shore in the area of Townsends Inlet, Cape May County.
The incident occurred at the bank located at 1302 New Jersey 38.
A Coast Guard helicopter is searching the waters off Cape May, N.J., for a man from Long Island, N.Y., whose sailboat was found adrift with no one aboard.
The Avalon Fire Company will celebrate a proud century of service Saturday with a Centennial Celebration, Parade, and housing of its new piece of fire protection equipment.
The offer is part of Comcast’s “Welcome Back” campaign to welcome Jersey Shore customers back after Hurricane Sandy.
When the Phanatic makes an appearance, you can expect plenty of hijinks, but Pierce, of Abington, says the fun-loving mascot went too far.
Jacques E. Mauch, aka “Jack,” was last seen in the 200 block of 63rd St in Avalon on Wednesday morning.
Now that the holidays are over and the kids are back in school, area moms need a BREAK.
The Borough of Avalon welcomed an artifact from the World Trade Center during a special ceremony held Thursday evening.
Life at the Jersey shore is back to normal for the most part after a visit from Hurricane Irene put an abrupt stop to summer fun last weekend.
Between high gas prices and a still fragile economy, many of us are choosing to cut back on vacations again. And that–around here anyway–is good news for beach destinations in New Jersey.
Hundreds gathered in Avalon, Cape May County to remember our fallen soldiers and those still in combat.
The surfing contest is held each August in honor of Brendan Borek, an avid surfer who died of a rare cancer in 1991 at the age of 18.