Towns along the New Jersey shore are bracing for possible flooding and beach erosion as a storm packing gusty winds and rain bears down on the area.
Seaside Park and Seaside Heights officials have hired South Toms River-based Eagle Paving Corp. — which is operated by the man who also runs FunTown Pier — to do the work.
Last week’s massive boardwalk fire in New Jersey began accidentally, the result of an electrical problem, an official briefed on the investigation said Tuesday.
Representatives from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and other agencies will provide information to businesses and residents at the Seaside Heights Municipal Complex Monday between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Firefighters have extinguished a flare-up following the massive fire that swept through a New Jersey boardwalk.
Gov. Chris Christie said the fire that raged for eight hours in Seaside Park and Seaside Heights was 95 percent contained by late morning Friday.
Most of the suspected cases, including the one confirmed case, are connected to D’Jais Bar & Grill in Belmar.
Many residents have signed easements giving the government the OK to finish building or raise sand dunes to protect the Jersey Shore island.
A choppy ocean and a foggy day at the Jersey shore left beaches in Asbury Park nearly empty on Monday.
Shore communities all across the Tri-State Area were hoping for one last boost before the unofficial end of summer on Labor Day, but Mother Nature wasn’t cooperating.
Clouds parted and temperatures rose to the 80’s on Saturday as beach goers made one of the final trips of the season to the beach in Brick.
After the Reign bested more than 235 entries in the contest that was created by the “Stronger than the Storm” campaign that’s trying to drive visitors to the shore after Superstorm Sandy devastated many beach areas.
Gov. Chris Christie said the $25 million state tourism campaign will end on Sept. 1.
Egg Harbor Mayor James “Sonny” McCullough’s property was valued at slightly more than $1.1 million during last year’s township-wide revaluation that increased his property taxes by nearly 60 percent to $31,056.
Nine months after Superstorm Sandy virtually destroyed the amusement park at Casino Pier in Seaside Heights, N.J., the thrills are officially back.