Stars Come Out For 'Light Of Day Winterfest' Benefiting The Fight Against Parkinson's DiseaseWhat started off as a private party on the Jersey Shore has become a festival that has raised millions of dollars for Parkinson's disease.
Asbury Park Residents Up In Arms Over iStar's Boardwalk Redevelopment PlanResidents say the meandering boardwalk design takes away much needed beach space. There's also a plan to turn green space into an exclusive private pool club.
Fearing Plastic On Beaches, Asbury Park Moving Toward A Balloon Release BanIn an effort to become more environmentally conscious, Asbury Park is pushing to ban the release of balloons -- an act often done in celebration of a special event.
NJ Pop Warner League Needs Help To Avoid Turning Kids AwayA Pop Warner league in New Jersey has its first home game coming up but may not be able to afford to rent a field to play on.
Springsteen Rocks Bowling Alley-Turned Music Venue In Asbury Park"The Boss" told the crowd “it’s been a joy” watching the rebirth of Asbury.
Asbury Park Named 2nd Best Beach In United StatesMoney Magazine just named Asbury Park beach second on its list of best beaches in the United States.
Suspected Gunman Arrested In Florida In Shooting That Killed Boy, 10, In Asbury ParkA teen suspect who allegedly shot and killed a 10-year-old boy last week in Asbury Park, New Jersey has been apprehended in Florida.
Authorities Identify 10-Year-Old Boy Killed In Asbury Park ShootingThe boy was identified Friday by the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office as Yovanni Banos-Merino. His mother, Lilia Merino, was also wounded and has been treated and released from the hospital.
10-Year-Old Boy Killed, Mother Wounded In Asbury Park Shooting; Suspect Accomplice ArrestedIt happened just before 11 p.m. Wednesday on Ridge Avenue.
Asbury Park On Board With Legal Recreational MarijuanaA New Jersey town is welcoming weed from open arms.
Threats Prompt Cancellation Of 90-Year-Old Thanksgiving Day Football GameSafety concerns have forced school administrators to cancel an annual high school football game.
Jersey Shore Lifeguards Say Rip Currents Have Made This Summer Particularly ChallengingAt least eleven swimmers have drowned at the Jersey Shore this summer, and the National Weather Service says six of those deaths were caused by rip currents.
Shore Business Owners Hope Nice Weather Will Turn On The ‘People Faucet’The New York area is finally getting a taste of summer, and many people are hitting the beach to enjoy the long awaited sunshine.
Taste Of Summer Heat Draws Early Crowds To The Jersey ShoreSome people are already taking advantage of this early taste of summer -- skipping out on work and school to build up their bronze before the season starts.
Jersey Shore Towns Seek Tighter Regulations On Short-Term Home RentalsAs the weather warms up, Jersey Shore towns are considering short-term rental regulations. And some are looking to make it harder to rent homes for the summer.