Long Beach Island
New Jersey’s Top Ten Beaches contest is back after a one-year break while the shore began its recovery from Superstorm Sandy.
Construction crews are still busy working on homes where owners were either lucky enough to get an insurance check or rich enough to pay on their own.
Before the Coast Guard arrived, Bill and Ed Rust found themselves eight miles off the coast of Long Beach Island in the Atlantic. For more than 30 agonizing minutes, they clung to these life preservers, not knowing if help was on the way.
With the summer vacation season nearing its end, many are wondering how businesses in some of the hardest hit areas, like Long Beach Island, fared. That depends who you ask.
New Jersey’s highest court on Monday overturned a $375,000 jury award given to an elderly couple who complained that a protective sand dune behind their house blocked their ocean views.
There are still some 20,000 unsettled insurance claims in New Jersey, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy; most of them along the shore.
There’s a party on Long Beach Island this weekend and you’re invited!
Consider trying something new this year by vacationing in an off-the-beaten path-locale where fun abounds but the crowds do not.
You’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.
Long Beach Township Mayor Joe Mancini says crews have been working seven days a week to get the island up, running, and ready for the spring and summer seasons.
On Long Beach Island, there are signs of progress and hope as beach cleanup continues and businesses, like Foster’s Farm Market, welcomes customers.
Gov. Chris Christie will return to the Jersey Shore for his 100th town hall.
Most people are getting ready for the next summer season, but it’s hard to plan without more than just the promise of federal help.
Hurricane Sandy hammered parts of New Jersey and New York in late October.
Residents of Long Beach Island will be able to return to their homes Saturday morning.