The new attraction is located at the Casino Pier in Seaside Heights, where Superstorm Sandy is best known for toppling a roller coaster into the ocean.
Since July 9th, the carcasses of 21 dolphins have washed up, from Monmouth County to Cape May.
This was a sight experienced fisherman David Hermann had never seen before.
Beachgoers are celebrating another milestone in the recovery of one of New Jersey’s famed seaside attractions.
New Jersey may be “Stronger than the Storm,” as the state’s promotional jingle goes, but towns up and down the stretch of shore that took the biggest whack from Superstorm Sandy nine months ago are seeing declines in beach revenue despite racing to rebuild, the best they could, in time for tourist season.
“Any New Jersey original song composition that the artist or the group just believes conveys their feeling of summer at the shore,” contest organizer Shannon Eis said.
We’ve been seeing a lot of Chris Christie on entertainment TV of late. He’s even making a sitcom appearance later this year. But, you’ll hear no apologies from the governor.
As Sandra Taliaferro prepares to move out of her apartment to make way for redevelopment efforts near Atlantic City’s newest casino, she recalls the state of the city when she moved there as a teenager more than 50 years ago.
Police in Ocean City continue to investigate the theft of a mascot suit from an amusement pier.
With ocean temperatures in the mid-to-upper 50′s in Atlantic City, there were those who would barely get their feet wet and others who didn’t mind so much.
Construction is underway to rebuild the rock jetty on 11th street in Longport after Superstorm Sandy bashed portions of it to pieces.
Saggy pants maybe in style for some, but the look could cost you in one Jersey Shore town.
Flags are flying high on the lifeguard stands as the City of Brigantine looks for a 4th of July pick-me-up.
This week, Kathy Orr is at the Music Pier in Ocean City, NJ for Independence Day.
Thousands were without power down the shore after an alleged feeder line malfunction.