Hungry? 2 Philly-Area Sandwich Shops Named Among Nation's BestDiNic's Roast Pork and Beef at Philadelphia's popular Reading Terminal Market and White House Sub Shop in Atlantic City were recently named to Thrillist’s “33 Best Sandwich Shops in America.”
Atlantic City Pushing To Ban Release Of Helium BalloonsA popular Jersey Shore town moves closer to banning balloon releases, with the hopes of protecting its marine life.
Jersey Shore Working To Get Beaches Back To Normal Following Nor'easterWhat were round mounds are now collapsing cliffs after Ventnor’s dune system took a hit this week from the storm.
Sand Dune Opponents Invoke Zika Fears In Bid To Stop ProjectThe Margate community has tried everything it can think of to prevent protective sand dunes from being built along the beach.
Suspect Indicted In Jersey Shore, Manhattan BombingsAhmad Khan Rahimi, accused of injuring 29 people by setting off bombs in New York and New Jersey in September, was charged Wednesday in New Jersey and Manhattan.
North Wildwood Goes Green For Irish WeekendIt's the 25th Annual Irish Fall Festival in North Wildwood and people are flocking in fashion celebrating their Celtic heritage.
End Of Summer Doesn't Mean End Of Trips To Jersey ShoreThe tide has shifted. Shore towns are no longer ghost towns when summer ends.
Christie: NJ And NY Incidents 'Are Terrorism,' No Connection 'At This Time'New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Sunday it's still unclear if the explosion that went off near a Marine Corps 5K race in his state Saturday was connected to other incidents, including one New York, but "they are terrorism."
Pipe Bomb Explodes At Jersey Shore; No Injuries ReportedAuthorities say a pipe bomb exploded in a Jersey Shore town shortly before thousands of runners were due to take part in a charity 5k race being staged in the area.
Jersey Shore Beaches Can't Escape Hermine’s WrathWhile emergency management officials are breathing a sigh of relief, the beaches were impacted.
Tropical Storm Warning Lifted, But Dangerous Surf Remains At ShoreTropical storm warnings that were issued for Jersey shore towns as Hermine headed toward the state were lifted Monday, but forecasters are still warning of dangerously high seas.
Jersey Shore Businesses Deal With Hermine's ImpactThis weekend marks the unofficial end of summer, and with Hermine lingering off the coast, businesses along the shore say she's already left her mark.

More From CBS Philly

5 Phillies Players To Watch This Spring Training
Best Places To See Indie Rock In Philly
Restaurant Pairs Beers With Girl Scout Cookies

Listen Live