15th Edition Of Atlantic City Air Show Was Another Bullseye HitHundreds of thousands of people took part in the 15th annual Atlantic City Air Show, visible on the beaches from Brigantine to Ocean City.
Long Closed Regional Theatre Returns Down The ShoreThe Gateway Playhouse had to be brought back from the dead. Literally.
Bayada Boss Celebrates 70th Birthday By Converting Company Into Non-ProfitHow often does someone celebrating a birthday actually give a gift?
Burlington County Reaches Out To Indian Community In Ongoing Double Murder ProbeDetectives probing a double murder in Burlington County last March have turned to leaders in the Indian community for help in cracking the case.
Endangered Shore Turtles Don't Have Protection From Cars, YetThere is a renewed debate down the shore about endangered diamondback terrapins.
What's Next For The Margate Dunes Project?A New Jersey judge got all sides together in Atlantic City to consider the next step.
NJ Gets Federal Money For Family Planning, But There Are Concerns In New Trump BudgetOver $4.5 million in federal money is coming to New Jersey to assist in family planning and preventative health services.
Section Of North Wildwood Beach Closed For RepairsLast weekend's nor'easter apparently did a number on a section of sand between 3rd and 5th Streets at the north end of town.
Legendary WFIL Radio Newsman Allen Stone Passes AwayAnother piece of Philadelphia radio history is gone with word of the passing of legendary newsman Allen Stone over the weekend.
Future Looks Promising For Petty's IslandPetty's Island, in the middle of the Delaware River, could be our area's Central Park in a few years. That is, assuming a plan to clean it up and turn it over to a public land trust proceeds on schedule.
Shore Towns Collaborate With College To Look At Flood TrendsTwo towns down the shore are teaming up for a pilot project that could, in the long run, help to deal with tidal flooding when storms hit.
New Jersey Offers Gun Buybacks In 3 CitiesThree churches in Camden, Trenton and Newark are taking part in a two-day gun buyback program offered by the New Jersey Attorney General's office.