Thousands of children from around the country will gather in a New Jersey shore resort this week to compete in the 90th annual National Marbles Tournament.
City commissioners in Wildwood have adopted an ordinance that, in effect, sets a dress code for the boardwalk.
A Jersey shore town is hoping to put a problem behind it.
The case of a Wildwood property owner accused of scamming teen renters out of their senior week places has ignited a firestorm about the tradition known as “senior week.”
Wildwood is known for its beautiful stretches of beaches and ocean, as well as its lively boardwalk, but there is one view some here say is not a pleasant one.
Chris analyzes Governor Christie’s and President Obama’s tour of the New Jersey shore yesterday, David Axelrod’s response to Bob Schieffer’s criticism of limited access to the White House, and the charges against two parents for driving with their daughter in a dog cage. He talks to actor Henry Winkler, the Mayor of Wildwood, Ernie Troiano, Dick Yuengling from the Yuengling Brewery and Don Russell from the Daily News about Philly Beer Week.
The offer is part of Comcast’s “Welcome Back” campaign to welcome Jersey Shore customers back after Hurricane Sandy.
A juvenile driver, forced to drive from Wildwood to Philadelphia, escaped by crashing into a police car on the Ben Franklin Bridge on Friday morning.
Cape May County Emergency Management says it’s received numerous phone calls regarding “building shaking and trembling” around the Wildwood/Mays Landing area.
After considering charging to use their beaches, the City of Wildwood has decided to nix that idea.
It’s that time of year at the Jersey shore, when the screams of boardwalk thrill rides give way to the screams from Halloween-themed attractions.
This is the last weekend for beaches to be guarded in Wildwood, and lifeguards have their work cut out for them.
Police have confirmed that a body found floating off the coast of Wildwood on Sunday is in fact a missing Middle Township police officer.
The body was found on Sunday, Sept. 2 around 11 a.m.