Wildwood is known for its beautiful stretches of beaches and ocean, as well as its lively boardwalk, but there is one view some here say is not a pleasant one.
A Jersey shore town is celebrating a milestone as it rebuilds from Superstorm Sandy.
The town featured in the MTV reality show “Jersey Shore” has started rebuilding its iconic boardwalk that was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.
A bitter dispute between a popular Jersey shore resort and its boardwalk bars over measures to combat rowdy late-night revelers has been largely laid to rest, thanks in part to Superstorm Sandy.
The beach in Belmar, NJ took another pounding today, but it was different than what Superstorm Sandy delivered. A 25-foot piling for the new $6.6 million boardwalk was installed Wednesday.
A New Jersey town is seeking donations to help rebuild its boardwalk destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.
The Atlantic City Alliance, a non-profit group focused on promoting tourism with their “Do AC” campaigns, says their recent national poll indicated 41 percent of people questioned thought the Atlantic City Boardwalk was destroyed.
Situated along more than four miles of coastline, Atlantic City is a play land for visitors seeking sun and fun.
Do you want to avoid the crowds and chaos of a beach getaway with the kids? KYW’s Jay Lloyd may have the solution.
A father of two and some teenagers are all wearing their bathing suits on the boardwalk, and that’s in violation of a 1958 ordinance that reads “No person clad in bathing attire shall be on the boardwalk or the public walks adjacent thereto.”
No shoes, no shirt, no problem. Kenny Chesney fans are finding all they need on the Wildwood boardwalk while they wait in line–with an eye on the stage that’s set up on the beach for the singer’s free concert at 8:30 p.m.
Artists Lucy Begg and Robert Gay spent a week assembling the intricate weave of metal and PVC pipe that, Begg says, they call “escaped infrastructure”.
Casino regulators down the shore have given a green light for construction of a so-called “boutique” casino that’ll carry the “Hard Rock” name on the south end of the Atlantic City boardwalk.
Law enforcement officials and police from all over the Philadelphia region headed to Atlantic City to raise money for police charities for children like the Police Athletic League.
State inspectors at the Jersey shore say most boardwalk arcade games are legitimate, and not rigged. But there are ways you can avoid getting ripped off.