11 hrs ago
The Jersey Journal
Labor Day at the Jersey Shore off to good start, businesses say
The cars flowed in to the parking lot of the Amethyst Beach Resort parking lot in Point Pleasant Beach on Friday, each one shelling out at least $20 for the day, and owner John Fernicola predicted this Labor Day weekend was going to cap off a prosperous summer.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Mood Is Somber In Atlantic City Going Into Labor Day Weekend
The mood was less than festive outside the Mardi Gras themed Showboat Casino on Friday as it begins one last Labor Day Weekend.
5 South Jersey Counties Make Top 15 In List Of Most Dangerous In The U.S.
A new report may have you second guessing yourself. Time just released its list of the 'Most Dangerous Counties' in the country and all five South Jersey Counties come in the top 15 for the entire U.S. The study looks at storm events like Sandy and Irene, as well as every event in the U.S. that has caused 'death, property damage, injuries or crop ... (more)
Thu Aug 28, 2014
South Jersey Shore Rentals Plentiful for September
Labor Day weekend is just around the corner. But, truth be told, lots of people head "down the shore" to vacation in September.
As Pa. laws go, liquor bootlegging statute is lightly enforced
That law - the letter of which is triggered anytime someone is bringing volumes of more than a gallon, or 128 fluid ounces, into the state - is really only enforced on a complaint basis anymore.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Teen Boy Drowns at Jersey Shore
A teenage boy was pronounced dead Wednesday morning -- hours after lifeguards pulled him from the Atlantic Ocean late Tuesday afternoon.
Details set for Taney's toast-of-the-town parade
While the team fell short of capturing the Little League World Series in South Williamsport, it will be feted as winners in Philadelphia with a parade from 20th and Market Streets to City Hall and then to FDR Park via Broad Street.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Erie Times News
Gerry Weiss: Vacation memories still linger
I simply call it re-entry, the day you return to work after being on vacation for an extended period of time.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Leave The Crabs At The Jersey Shore, PETA Urges
As the last week of the Jersey Shore tourist summer winds down, people are looking for souvenirs to take home from their trip to the beach.
Helicopter Crashes at Jersey Shore
"We heard a noise, kind of like, well imagine a loud fan that was being hit by something," said David Smith who works at Court House Pizza, about 100 yards away from the crash site.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Fracking pipeline not gushing yet
Aqua America's $54 million investment in a pipeline to supply water for Marcellus Shale fracking operations has not exactly gushed profits, as hoped.
Eponymous reality show lives on at the Jersey Shore
The only cameras left in the famed Shore Store here are small and silver - standard security measures in most retail stores.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
6 great white wines to round out summer
For those of you who've been suffering from triple digit temperatures this summer, we'd like to extend our sincere condolences.
The Egg Harbor tolls on the Atlantic City Expressway.
The Atlantic City Expressway is celebrating its 50th anniversary this summer. When it opened on July 31, 1964, it forever changed the way we get to and from the Jersey Shore.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Film review: 'Jersey Shore Massacre'
A contender for the "Could Be Woise" prize among this year's dogs of late summer, "Jersey Shore Massacre" is a kinda-sorta comedy slasher faintly affiliated to MTV's popular reality skein.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
JWoww Shaping Up?
It's only been a month-and-a-half or so since Jersey Shore 's JWoww pushed daughter Meilani into the world.
Egg Harbor hotel to pay $65,000 in Sandy price-gouging suit
A Jersey Shore hotel accused of post-Sandy price gouging has agreed to pay $65,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by the state Division of Consumer Affairs.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Jersey Shore Team #16
Jersey Shore made a late run last season defeating Shikellamy and Selinsgrove for the District IV 'AAA' title.
Target Marketing Magazine
Denny's Daily Zinger: Revel Casino - A $2.4 Billion Oops.
Casinos came in 1976 and did well. They provided the only gaming action from New York south to Washington, D.C. In return for the licenses to open, the casino moguls promised to invest in Atlantic City, turning it into a Las Vegas East.
State police share reportable incidents.
Charges have been filed. 8:34 p.m. July 4, Police reported that Ronald Shoop Jr., 25, of Williamsport, was stopped on Route 15 in Old Lycoming Township and found to be under the influence of alcohol.