After Labor Day weekend things don’t slow down — not even for a second — on Absecon Island. The first weekend after the holiday, the pros from a popular summer sport come to Atlantic City.
The Southern Shore Chapter of the American Red Cross and volunteer disaster responders arrived at the inn around 4:30 am to provide assistance for those displaced by the fire, including food, transportation, and clothing.
The Shore Thing: Thrilling Thursday, Free Concerts and A Major Lifeguard Competition – Absecon Island in July.
The Shore Thing: Gumbo, Sand Sculptures and ‘The Planet’s Biggest Beach Party’ – Absecon Island in June.
The shore got a combo of cold and snow with some residents waking up to half a foot of fresh powder that left roads to plow and driveways to shovel.
Chris goes over the latest political spin on the rollout of healthcare.gov and the gubernatorial election in New Jersey. He talks to Henry Bushkin about his book on Johnny Carson and local tea party activist Don Adams.
A homeowner down the shore apparently got tired of birds around his house. The action he allegedly tooK has him in trouble with the feds.
A motorist who crashed into a southern New Jersey tavern, killing a passenger and seriously injuring a pedestrian, has been sentenced to 29 years in prison.
Crews have pulled a tow boat from the water that sank off the coast of South Jersey, but the captain of the vessel remains missing.
Several students were injured in a school bus accident on the Garden State Parkway in Atlantic County Monday afternoon.
As custodians were cleaning the primary media center in the Jordan Road School Friday they noticed mold on several surfaces.
It could be a few more days before everyone in South Jersey has power again. Some businesses along parts of the coast are feeling the pain — even the ones who do have power.
There may be no more irritating sound in the world than the rumbling of a neighbor’s generator when your power is out. But it is possible to make it more tolerable with a little generator etiquette.
The regime change in Libya has buoyed the efforts of a group of people down the shore to return the remains of several American sailors killed and buried there more than 200 years ago, and among them is a native son.
Counselors were planning to be available to students at the school near Atlantic City on Sunday evening. A candlelight vigil was also scheduled.