Sprinklers Could Have Saved Pt. Pleasant Lives: Expert [AUDIO]
A cigarette is being blamed for Friday's fire at the Mariner's Cove Inn in Point Pleasant, but outdated regulations could have contributed to the deaths of four people and injuries to eight others.
Seaside Heights Considers Earlier Closing Time [AUDIO]
Seaside Heights bars could soon be closing their doors an hour earlier, at 3 a.m.
Signs Point to Robust Summer at Jersey Shore [AUDIO]
On the back of increased shore rentals, there is more optimism among business owners and tourism officials that this summer will be a good one for the Jersey Shore.
NJ Botching Sandy Grants, Businesses Say [AUDIO]
A group of small business owners are claiming the state is mishandling Sandy relief grants by only awarding a fraction of the money.
New Toms River Superintendent Chosen
Toms River’s newest superintendent of schools arrives by way of Monmouth County.
Accidents on NJ Roadways Way Up [AUDIO]
Constant snow and perpetual spells of frigid temperatures have made driving an even riskier proposition this winter in the Garden State.
Seaside Boardwalk Aims for Memorial Day Opening [AUDIO]
With Memorial Day fast approaching, Seaside Heights businesses are offering to fund the rebuilding of the boardwalk in order to make a summer opening.
Potholes Can Cost Big Bucks in Car Repair [POLL/AUDIO]
The brutal winter has made New Jersey's roads look like Swiss cheese, and hitting a pothole could land you with some hefty repair bills.
Interactive Heroin Video Educates Ocean Co. Students [VIDEO/AUDIO]
The first in a series of interactive videos aimed at educating teenagers about the dangers of drugs has been released by the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.
Lack of Easements Won’t Slow Army Corps [AUDIO]
With numerous federal beach replenishment projects underway, any remaining unsigned easements from beachfront homeowners will not deter the Army Corps of Engineers.
Shore Towns Try to Lower Badge Prices [AUDIO]
Even though snow is still hanging around, beach season isn't too far away, and Jersey Shore communities are thinking of ways to attract visitors to each individual stretch of sand.
Beaches Holding Strong This Winter [AUDIO]
It might not seem like it, but shore towns are already thinking about the condition of their beaches come summertime.