As we approach the six-month anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, South Jersey shore resorts are going to great lengths to let people know they ready, willing, and more than able to deal with this summer’s tourism.
One of New Jersey’s few free beaches might start charging. Wildwood officials on Friday will consider whether to hold a special election in March to ask voters if they want beach fees.
Sandy upended homes and lives along the New Jersey coastline, but in Wildwood, Sandy couldn’t put a stop to Christmas.
In the South Jersey beach town of Wildwood, it’s starting to look like Santa’s North Pole.
Some Wildwood residents are filing complaints about the obscene T-shirts being sold in plain view on the boardwalk.
All but one of those facing charges operate souvenir shops along the Wildwood boardwalk. The other suspect runs a shop in nearby Rio Grande, NJ.
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.
Promenades along the boardwalk? Hey, they’ve written songs about that.
Chris talks to Human Events Contributor John Hayward about last night’s Republican debate, Mayor of Wildwood Ernie Troiano about the possibility of adding beach tags, and local Jeopardy contestant Brandon Libby.
This is “Woodrow Wilson Weekend” in Wildwood. Bet you didn’t know that.
A mandatory evacuation of the New Jersey shoreline is underway as Hurricane Irene approaches.
State inspectors are walking the boards in Wildwood, NJ, making sure that arcade games are on the up-and-up.
Business is booming “down the shore,” and Mother Nature is getting lots of the credit.
The parents of 11-year-old Abiah Jones consulted with one set of lawyers shortly after the accident at Mariner’s Landing on the Wildwood boardwalk, but went with another firm to file the wrongful death suit.
New Jersey residents love those nearby beaches, but a new poll finds that they hate not having access to restrooms “down the shore.”