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.
“The communities are back, they’re stronger than ever,” Eis said.
Some owners of Sandy-damaged homes who already have made repairs have now been told they are not eligible for reimbursements through federal grants.
The Supreme Court of New Jersey was set to make a decision early next week that could greatly impact homeowners along the shore.
It’s another trip down the Jersey shore for Governor Chris Christie — but it’s not a vacation.
Sixty percent of the boardwalk was also destroyed and FEMA doesn’t want to pay to replace it.
The remains of a boardwalk ride washed up in Seaside Park this weekend and beachgoers on the Jersey Shore are asking if the the water will be safe this summer.
New Jersey’s first lady marked a symbolic milestone on the first day of summer.
Best known, perhaps, as the town where Bruce Springsteen got his start, Asbury Park is an easy escape into New Jersey’s colorful past, and an equally exciting modern beach destination. Expect plenty of impressive Victorian and early 20th-century architecture standing proudly alongside dramatic new construction, unique shopping and a vibrant nightlife.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal took a trip down the Garden State Parkway and explored Atlantic City. She sampled some serious eats and even caught a bird’s eye view of the entire town.