Nerves were rattled in South Jersey Saturday morning as a Sonic Boom was heard from miles away, then caused the ground to shake.
Overcast skies coupled with a breeze was a sure sign the summer season at the shore has come to an end.
Three Ocean City beaches have been closed due to a possible sewage spill.
One of the Jersey shore’s most family-friendly towns is throwing a special week of “weird” events, starting Monday.
According to authorities, the Cape May Health Department notified Ocean City at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday that it was safe for bathers to return to the water.
There’s been a spike in the number of beach and ocean injuries this summer at the Jersey Shore.
Police in Ocean City, New Jersey are searching for answers after 11 cars were vandalized over the past week.
Scores of people packed the beaches and boardwalks at the Jersey Shore on this Independence Day.
So you’re headed down the shore this weekend, family in tow. Hitting the boardwalk? Of course. But what is the one item kids (and some adults) just gotta take home this year?
A 7,000 square-foot Victorian style home that was once on sale for $6.5 million is now on the auction market.
Chris talks to Lawyer Gregory Gianforcaro on the latest in the Jerry Sandusky trial, Matthew Pestronk about his company’s dispute with unions, CBS Philly’s Spike Eskin on Flyers, Sixers, and Phillies all losing last night, and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about Rick Santorum’s endorsement of Mitt Romney.
Voters in a dry New Jersey seaside community that calls itself America’s Greatest Family Resort has decided to stay that way, rejecting a proposal that would have let restaurant patrons bring their own wine or beer to enjoy with dinner.
Chris analyzes why President Obama fails to embrace same sex marriage with the same zeal as Vice-President Joe Biden and other members of his cabinet. He talks to CBS 3′s Nicole Brewer in Ocean City, NJ as they vote whether or not to allow patrons to bring alcohol in restaraunts and to Beasley Reece about the suspensions to Cole Hamels and Claude Giroux.
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.
A week from Tuesday, voters in Ocean City will go to the polls and vote on a referendum that would allow diners to bring their own beer or wine to restaurants.