Jared Goering and his wife were walking in Wildwood last Thursday when he said a police officer asked them to leave because of his service dog, Navigator.
A New Jersey beach town has yet to write a ticket for anyone violating its saggy pants ordinance, which took effect over the July Fourth holiday weekend.
The proposed regulations would ban overly saggy pants, going shirtless and walking with bare feet on the boardwalk.
The baggy pants measure requires the waist band of pants, shorts, swimsuits, and skirts to be no lower than 3 inches below the waist to prevent the exposure of skin or underwear.
A bizarre supermarket stunt has become all the rage on YouTube, but it’s also getting teens in trouble with the law.
The Top 10 Beaches contest will not have voting this year that pits one town against another for bragging rights at the shore.
One of the four free beaches in New Jersey is located in Wildwood, but a referendum up for a vote in March could change that.
From parades to solemn ceremonies, Memorial Day is the day we honor those who died defending our freedoms.
Falcon A. Riley, 23, has been sailing alone for several weeks aboard a green-and-white 30-foot Hunter sailboat.
Atlantic City ranked number one on the list by National Geographic with Coney Island coming in second.
The parents of an 11-year-old girl who fell to her death from near the top of a Jersey shore Ferris wheel are suing the ride’s operator.
On June 3, 11-year-old Abiah Jones of Pleasantville was on the ride on Mariner’s Landing at Morey’s Piers when she fell more than 100 feet as the Ferris wheel was turning.
A Jersey shore boardwalk amusement park that closed after an 11-year-old girl on a class trip tumbled from a moving Ferris wheel to her death was to reopen Saturday while investigators tried to figure out what caused her fall.
Police said the ride on Mariner’s Landing at Morey’s Piers was turning when the girl fell more than 100 feet to her death.
No one told those who bought the benches or the plaques. And that’s resulted in some ill feeling among those who thought the messages they bought were supposed to last forever, or at least as long as the bench.