Jersey Shore Town Votes To Ban Beach WeddingsThe Spring Lake Borough Council recently enacted the ban that takes effect Nov. 1. Weddings planned before then will be allowed to proceed.
Shore Business Owners Hope Weather Cooperates As Summer Draws To A CloseFor many, Labor Day weekend is one last chance to hit the sand and surf, before saying so-long to summer.
Real Estate Agents Blame Dip In Shore Rentals On Soggy Spring WeatherThe unofficial start of summer is here, and real estate agents in Monmouth and Ocean counties said there are still plenty of properties to rent.
100-Year-Old Badge Checker Has Been Working Spring Lake’s Beach For DecadesDottie Weierman is somewhat of a legend down the shore in Spring Lake. She has worked as a beach badge checker for more than 40 years. When her boss hired her, she was was the only woman.
Operation Beachhead Brings Disabled Vets, Civilians To The Beach For A DaySummer is officially here -- which means it's time to break out the sunscreen and hit the beach, but it's not that easy for some.
Gov. Christie Announces $3.85 Million Grant For Post-Sandy Project In Spring LakeThe $3.85 million grant will go toward an over $6.7 million post-Sandy project for homes near the coastal lake.
Spring Lake, N.J. Fire Siren Turned Off After Ospreys Build NestA pair of ospreys decided to build a nest in a volunteer fire department siren in Spring Lake, N.J., forcing the department to turn it off.
Christie: NJ Has Made 'Tremendous Progress' Since Sandy, But 'More Work To Do'A year after Superstorm Sandy pummeled his state, Gov. Chris Christie said he is celebrating how far New Jersey has come since the storm.
Changed Summer Rental Market On Post-Sandy Jersey ShoreIt may be winter, but this is the time when many rent their summer vacation homes.
Contract Awarded To Rebuild Seaside Heights BoardwalkFor one Jersey Shore town, new progress has been made on the journey back from Superstorm Sandy.
Jersey Shore Readies For Hurricane Sandy To Come Ashore; River Towns Also PrepareHaving heard scary reports about Hurricane Sandy possibly making a direct hit on New Jersey next week, residents were taking it seriously Friday.
Jersey Shore Towns Brace For Impact From Hurricane SandyCBS 2 is forecasting that Sandy will dump five or more inches of rain, which would mean both river flooding and urban flooding are likely, Murdock reported.