For many growing up in New Jersey from the late 1970s until the early 1990s, it wouldn’t be summer without a trip to Action Park.
Nine months after Superstorm Sandy virtually destroyed the amusement park at Casino Pier in Seaside Heights, N.J., the thrills are officially back.
Rye Playland opened for the season Saturday, more than six months after Superstorm Sandy nearly destroyed it.
Many Bensonhurst residents are still recovering from Superstorm Sandy, they told CBS 2′s Steve Langford that a new trash dump is the last thing they need.
Westchester County lawmakers Monday approved two bond acts aimed at funding critical repairs at Rye Playland amusement park, which was damaged severely by Superstorm Sandy.
As the band played Saturday morning, Westchester County executive Rob Astorino cut the ribbon and adults and children of all ages walked through the gates.
Rye Playland is getting ready to open for the season this weekend, but it will cost more to go there. It’s not all fun and games for county leaders, as they try to deal with major debt.
The former 3-acre site of a roller coaster at Coney Island is back on the market.
A farewell celebration was being held Sunday for a famous ride at a New Jersey amusement park, during which 200 randomly selected guests got to take one last slide.
There’s trouble in Rye Playand, as the popular county-run amusement park continues to experience declining admissions and rising deficits. Is the beloved summer tradition dying?
Less than three months after opening its gate, Luna Park is getting ready to celebrate a major milestone.