Belmar has introduced an ordinance to double the price of 320 parking meters on Ocean Avenue by a $1 to $2 an hour.
Stories From Main Street: Belmar Mayor’s Young Daughter Spurred Initiative To Bring Home Sandy-Displaced Families
A push to bring the last two Belmar families displaced by Superstorm Sandy home by this summer was hatched in a fifth-grade classroom.
One Jersey shore town is coming together to help its last two families displaced by Superstorm Sandy.
A man began heckling Christie about the pace of storm recovery and interrupted the governor’s speech Wednesday in Belmar on several occasions.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said his proposals for fixing New Jersey’s underfunded pension system will come by the end of summer, but the governor said the problem can no longer be ignored.
Artists and spectators gathered at the annual Sand Castle Contest in Belmar, N.J., Wednesday as participants got creative in the sand.
Following a wet start to the holiday weekend, Tri-State area residents are finally getting the sun and warm temperatures they’ve been hoping for.
Advocates say the change is a way to levy penalties without consuming as much time in the municipal court system.
The streamed in by carload to hit the sand. Kids played volleyball and wiffle ball. Others just tried to put the long, tough winter in the past.
A massive cleanup effort was underway along the New Jersey coast on Saturday, as dead fish continued to wash ashore.
Volunteers turned out Friday morning to help Belmar clean up after a massive fish kill earlier in the week.
Footage from Chopper 2 showed thousands of dead fish in Shark River near the docks in Belmar.
A year-round smoking ban in the Jersey Shore town will take effect on Memorial Day weekend. Electronic cigarettes are not part of the ban.
The Garden State raked in more tourism dollars in 2013 than it did in 2009 and 2011, and it was only slightly behind the nearly $40 million record set in 2012.
Wider beaches are on the way for some Jersey shore towns whose coast took a pounding during Superstorm Sandy as a $25 million beach replenishment project led by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers begins Friday in Manasquan.