Advocates for renters and lower-income people displaced by Sandy say they are glad the Jersey Shore is open for business.
At a critical moment, with American forces in full retreat, George Washington appeared on horseback to rally his troops and turn the tide against the pursuing British.
Here, the question is not "Is it art?" In Atlantic City, a place beholden to its vice, seashore, and ancient traditions of commerce and promotion, where everyone's against it before being for it, the question is, Should there even be art?
ATLANTIC CITY - It appeared to be very bad timing Friday for the World Championship of Sand Sculpting to be taking delivery of 1.2 million pounds of sand just as the remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea dumped torrents of rain at the Jersey Shore.
OCEAN CITY, N.J. - Coast Guard Petty Officer Justin Lacy looks out on the two 25-foot emergency response boats docked at the agency's Great Egg Station on the North Point Lagoon here and makes a bold prediction: It could be a dangerous summer.
For the first time, marijuana can be grown legally in South Jersey, now that the state Health Department has granted a permit allowing seeds to be planted at a soon-to-open medical marijuana dispensary in Egg Harbor Township.
Even at 6,996 yards from the back tees, the question is whether the stronger players with the modern tools will pummel par. That will be answered with Thursday's start of the championship.
Merion Golf Club's East Course occupies its acreage so divinely that it is sometimes hard to believe the famed Haverford Township layout didn't look exactly that way at the Creation.
Seven months after the second-most-costly storm ever to strike the U.S. mainland particularly lashed the Jersey Shore, a new survey has found that only a little more than half the residents in coastal areas have taken any action to prepare for the next Superstorm Sandy.
A Clementon man admitted Monday that he scammed $200,000 from consumers who thought the money would be used to pay off time-share fees and mortgages.