Tim McGraw To Help Celebrate America At Jersey ShoreThe event is coming to Wildwood this Fourth Of July.
Court Clears Way For Wildwood Charity ConcertA New Jersey Superior Court judge has cleared the way for the two-day charity concert.
Wildwood Native Speaks Out About Orlando Shooting: 'My Heart Is Just So Hurt'A Wildwood, New Jersey native survived the Orlando nightclub carnage.
Court Fight Over Planned Charity Concert At Jersey ShorePlans for a charity concert on the beach in Wildwood next month are being fought in court by the people who own popular amusement piers in the shore town.
Wildwood Beach Clean Up Gets 'Finding Dory' ThemeThe town is determined to keep their beaches clean and a forgetful fish named Dory might be able to help their mission.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | May 31Chris discussed Donald Trump's decision not to debate Bernie Sanders, tourists leaving trash on the beach in Wildwood and the emergence of a potential third party candidate emerging to enter the presidential race. At 8:20, he spoke with Kristine Kennedy and Tom Kehoe from Philly Beer Week.
Wildwood Beach Trashed After Memorial Day WeekendHundreds of beer cans, cups and trash covered Wildwood beach Memorial Day weekend.
Dom Giordano Column: The Great Shore DebateIt’s clear that we are lucky to be so close to the Jersey Shore but also to have such diverse towns.
Motel Worker, Guest Rescue Man Who Nearly Drowned In PoolAuthorities say a motel worker and a guest rescued a man who nearly drowned in the motel's pool in Wildwood Crest.
Wildwood Acts As Home To New Major Motion PictureWildwood is known for its popular boardwalk, and now it’ll be known as the backdrop for a major motion picture.
Winter Storm Debris Removal Information For Jersey Shore ResidentsThe cleanup continues following the winter storm that moved through the region last weekend.
Governor Christie, Jersey Shore Officials Have Different Views On Winter Storm DamageThe comparisons of this weekend's winter storm are to Hurricane Sandy. Some leaders of shore towns say this storm did more harm. Governor Christie sees it another way.