Noisy Debate About Storm Protection Research Off The Coast Of NJThe research project by Rutgers University, the University of Texas and the National Science Foundation is getting underway this week after an aborted attempt to do it last summer, when equipment problems scrapped it after a few days.
'Mary Lee' The Shark Continues Journey, Might Be PregnantAt last check, the shark was in the water near Long Beach Island.
NJ Erecting New and Improved Protective Dunes Along Long Beach IslandA spokesman for the NJ Department of Environmental Protection says it will take about a year and cost more than $120 million.
Survey: NJ Beach Revenue Lags By Millions Following Superstorm SandyBeach badge sales along the stretch of Jersey Shore hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy continue to remain below last year's levels.
Shore Town Ravaged By Sandy Says It's 95% Ready For SummerYou’ve heard the message often enough from towns down the shore in the months after Hurricane Sandy: They’ll be ready for tourists come Memorial Day.
Despite Sandy, Renters Flock To Jersey Shore In Anticipation Of 2013The house keys in the big box at Mary Allen Realty in Ship Bottom, Long Beach Island were getting a workout on Monday, as families off for President’s Day came to town to see summer rentals.
LBI Residents Take Stock Of The Damage After SandyAnthony Martinelli described what the waves took from his home, and said he was grateful to get on the island Monday, along with hundreds of other LBI residents who lined up on Route 72 for hours.
Friends And Neighbors Reach Out To Help Jersey Shore B&B Owner After BlazeIt’s said that in tough times, you find out who your friends are, and the owner of a restaurant and B&B down the shore apparently has a lot of them—far more than she thought.