Sea Isle City
A student at the Villanova School of Business is getting real-world experience that’s a lot more hands-on than an internship: he owns an arcade at the shore.
SEA ISLE CITY, N.J., (CBS) – Kathy Orr is at The Promenade in Sea Isle City, New Jersey! She’s meeting the two winners of Little Miss & Junior Miss Sea Isle City Pageant. Kathy is […]
Protecting the environment was the focus as President Obama addressed climate change Tuesday.
The first weekend of summer brought picture perfect weather, which lured large crowds to the Jersey Shore.
It’s a special day on the 5900 block of Sounds Avenue in Sea Isle. Construction crews are hard at work, but it’s not you’re every day building project.
Authorities have identified the woman who was struck and killed by a municipal public works truck while walking on the Sea Isle City promenade last weekend.
Officials say a 69-year-old woman was struck and killed by a Public Works vehicle in Sea Isle City on Saturday.
The two-story rental in Sea Isle City is normally a beach getaway, but this weekend it is a home.
Sea Isle’s mayor has announced that the community will be organizing several events to help local Hurricane Sandy victims.
The lengthy battle over the future of Strathmere reached another critical juncture this week, with a New Jersey appellate court panel ruling against residential efforts to secede from Upper Township and become a part of Sea Isle City.
The National Weather Service says a “high rip current risk” is in effect until 9 p.m. Saturday night for shore towns in New Jersey.
Maria Bello, a Norristown, Pennsylvania native and Sea Isle City summer resident, was awarded with a Key to Sea Isle City for the community service she has done with women in Haiti.
Sea Isle City, known to the locals simply as Sea Isle, attracts thousands of visitors annually for its paved promenade and five miles of white-sand beaches. Surf, sand and sunsets are not this beach resort’s only attractions, however. Whether you’re looking for nightlife or wildlife, Sea Isle City has it all for couples, college students and families.
Not for service between the two cities. No, Sea Isle will have about a dozen jitneys making runs on Landis Avenue from 1st to 93rd Street for a $2 fare.
Businesses down the shore are hoping this weekend is nothing like last weekend when Hurricane Irene washed away visitors and profits.