Toby Wolf

A barge moves in to place as workers prepare to remove the Star Jet roller coaster that has been in the ocean for six months after the Casino Pier is sat on collapsed when Superstorm Sandy hit, May 14, 2013 in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Crews Begin Demolishing Seaside Heights Roller Coaster Swallowed By The Sea

The work began Tuesday afternoon after Britain’s Prince Harry finished touring the Jersey shore. The project is expected to take about 48 hours to complete, said Casino Pier spokeswoman Toby Wolf.


Wreckage of the roller coaster in Seaside Heights after Sandy struck the Jersey Shore - Nov. 16, 2012 (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Seaside Heights Roller Coaster To Be Removed From Atlantic Ocean

The Jet Star roller coaster that plunged off the Casino Pier in Seaside Heights, N.J. during the Oct. 29 storm will finally be removed from the Atlantic Ocean.


The damaged boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. as seen on Nov. 14, 2012 (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Sandy Helps Speed Along Agreement Between Jenkinson’s, Point Pleasant Beach

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.


Mini golf at Jenkinson's Boardwalk. (credit: Peter Haskell, WCBS 880)

Jersey Shore Businesses Hit By Sandy Look Ahead To Summer

Winter hasn’t even started, but storm-ravaged businesses at the Jersey Shore are already thinking about summer.