Sea Isle City
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.
As Women Against Abuse celebrates its 35th year in Philadelphia, executive director Jeannine Lisitski says domestic violence has spiked to epidemic proportions in recent years.
For those of you who dream of owning a vacation home “down the shore,” now may be the best time in a long time to do it — if you can afford it.
It was a beautiful morning in what’s expected to be a beautiful weekend down the shore.
Legislators have already approved a $110 million plan which imposes stricter environmental rules and calls for better storm water drainage.
You heard about it first on Eyewitness News, the story of a disabled man and his family renting a shore condo and finding the air conditioning was broken on one of the hottest weeks of the summer.
Earl has come and gone but he was all bark and no bite. It’s beautiful in Ocean City, New Jersey. Aside from the rough surf, it’s a perfect beach day.