Point Pleasant Beach
The lawsuit filed in Middlesex County against Martell’s Tiki Bar in Point Pleasant Beach says they should have known 26-year old Ashley Chieco of Wood-Ridge was drunk when they kept serving her in mid-August.
All schools were locked down in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. as a precautionary measure Wednesday morning as police looked for a suicidal man with a gun.
The boardwalk is back – rebuilt and alive. Arcades are humming. The aquarium is open. Rides are also open.
Along the Sandy-battered Jersey Shore, some sense of normalcy has resumed this weekend as some parks and piers have reopened.
It may be winter, but this is the time when many rent their summer vacation homes.
A nasty dispute over how much responsibility bars in a popular Jersey shore town have to keep their patrons quiet and well-behaved after last call has been largely laid to rest – thanks in part to Superstorm Sandy.
For one Jersey Shore town, new progress has been made on the journey back from Superstorm Sandy.
Winter hasn’t even started, but storm-ravaged businesses at the Jersey Shore are already thinking about summer.
Having heard scary reports about Hurricane Sandy possibly making a direct hit on New Jersey next week, residents were taking it seriously Friday.
The move follows complaints by neighbors of rowdy bar patrons causing trouble when they return to their cars in the early-morning hours.
The borough council in Point Pleasant Beach approved an ordinance on Tuesday night to have bars close at midnight starting July 1.
“Everything is cleaned out. I never expected to see this many people in here,” one shopper in Waretown said. “I came to pick up a couple things and just got all wrapped up in the hype I guess.”
With the summer season in full swing, the Jersey Shore is jam-packed – but it’s not all fun in the sun. Most beachgoers don’t realize there can be danger lurking in toys, food and gaming areas on the boardwalk.
Millions of people will hitting the beach this Memorial Day weekend and if you live in the Tri-state area, you have a lot of beaches to choose from.
The Monmouth University/NJ Press Media poll out Thursday finds 65 percent of respondents plan to visit the shore. That’s down slightly from last year.