Mayors of several of Ocean County's Northern Barrier Island communities are in a race against time to get their beaches and tourism hot spots ready for this summer season, but is it realistic given the devastation of Sandy?
The bright orange and white of a Home Depot sign might seem common place to many residents of the Garden State, but it's a new sight for Seaside Heights, as the big box retailer opens a satellite store aimed at helping contractors and residents repair after Sandy.
Car #17 from Funtown Pier's Arctic Circle ride, which had traveled approximately 10 miles and washed ashore in Point Pleasant Beach a few days after Sandy made landfall, was removed from the beach yesterday, according to the Barnegat Bay Island, NJ Facebook page. Check out this awesome video.
The Jersey Shore is at an important crossroad in the rebuilding process after Hurricane Sandy. Last Wednesday marked 100 days since the storm. Today marks 100 days until Memorial Day Weekend, the unofficial start to the summer tourism season at the Jersey Shore...
The progress of restoring the shore has been nothing short of incredible. Businesses in the hardest hit areas are rebounding bigger and better than ever. Now, a legendary Seaside Heights bar is set to open its doors.