Ocean City NJ
As the sun came up Tuesday morning, the damage at the Jersey shore as a result of Hurricane Sandy became apparent.
Kids are back in school, and weekdays offer wide open spaces and a ramped down pace.
Since 1979, Robert Speca has had sunblock on his nose and a whistle between his lips, guarding his stretch of beach and the thousands of people who used it.
Jersey shore shop owners think this holiday weekend will be a good one for business.
Wildlife and transportation officials at the Jersey shore are trying to find out why seagulls are getting hit by cars on Ocean City’s new Route 52 causeway.
The Wildwoods has won the “best beach in New Jersey” survey for the fourth time in five years. But the survey is being called “cockamamie” by Mark Soifer, public information officer for Ocean City.
Workers have begun taking down a fence along the Garden State Parkway near Ocean City, after residents and visitors complained that it was unsightly and of no apparent use.
Some roads to the South Jersey shore have a new look. KYW’s Mike DeNardo explains what has changed in the off-season on the way to the beach.
The 7,000-square-foot Victorian-style mansion overlooking the bay originally was listed for $6½ million. But that was two years ago.
Supporters of the change that would allow people to bring their own wine and beer to restaurants off the boardwalk are holding their third and final informational meeting on Wednesday night.
Promenades along the boardwalk? Hey, they’ve written songs about that.
Her chocolate chip turtle cookies have been named Rachael Ray’s “snack of the day.” She was one of the Food Network’s “tough cookies,” and recently she was on QVC.
If this sounds familiar, it should. Proponents had enough signatures for a referendum last November, but pulled the question off the ballot over a legal technicality.
Of 357 metropolitan areas, a Gallup Poll found, Ocean City had the lowest percent of angry, depressed people.
A weekend between fall and winter in Ocean City, NJ proved to be a fun-filled getaway for Jay Lloyd.