Despite Hermine, Sea Isle Prepares To Make The Best Of Labor Day WeekendNew Labor Day specials are being listed as fast as you can say buy 50, get 50 free.
Sea Isle Wishes Happy Retirement To Beloved Beach-Tagger Marilyn BennettIt's a summer job that has been filled with heart.
Popular Jersey Shore Pizza Shop Goes On Mission To Return Camera Lost In StoreAfter watching Eyewitness News, a family was able to recover the camera they lost at a popular Jersey Shore pizza place.
Just In Time For Summer: Bikes For Sale Down The ShoreIn the market for a mountain bike or beach cruiser?
Cape May County Braces For Storm While Remembering Hurricane Sandy's DestructionWith 7-8 foot tides for Cape May County over the weekend, flooding is the main concern. Emergency management is around the clock through the height of the storm.
Hear Philly: The Shore Thing - Food, Wine and All-Around Family FunFrom Sea Isle City to Cape May, food is a huge part of the post-Labor Day weeks down the shore.
Jersey Shore Towns Hoping Pope's Philly Visit Helps Draw Crowds To Beach TooBeach season has just begun, but Pope Francis' visit to the region September 26th and 27th already has some towns thinking about the fall.
Hear Philly: The Shore Thing - Christmas In July, Stanley Cup On Display and Beach Patrol School Mascot RacesAs Santa leaves town, hockey's most prestigious trophy will be arriving a few days later, thanks to a former Flyers an assistant with the champion Los Angeles Kings.
Rain Forces Cancellations, Postponements Of Area Events The rainy weather moving through the Philadelphia area has forced the cancellation of a number of events.
Body Of Man Found In Bay Near Sea Isle City The body was found on Thursday afternoon near Sea Isle City.
As Officials Work To Ensure Some NJ Beaches Are Up And Running, Displaced Families Are Up Against Summer RentersWith all of the coverage of Superstorm Sandy’s devastation along the Jersey Shore, Cape May County tourism and local officials like Sea Isle mayor Len Desiderio want to change what they fear is the perception that every New Jersey beach town has been devastated.