A variety of tropical birds, in addition to two Eastern Screech Owls, live in exhibits for people to admire at Jenkinson's Aquarium in Point Pleasant.
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Those with businesses at the Jersey Shore are hiring help for the summer, typically their busiest season.
Women groups make a plea for earned sick pay. Gov. Christie signs gun control measures. And Ocean County business are surviving but not thriving.
Although many businesses in Jersey Shore towns in Ocean County are reporting reduced business this summer, they are optimistic for the future after recovering from Hurricane Sandy.
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With highs topping 90 degrees for the fourth day in a row, Seaside Heights and Point Pleasant had many visitors looking to beat the heat.
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Many business owners say the weather on Friday and Saturday hurt business.
Employing more than 300,000 people, President of the NJ Restaurant Association Marilou Halvorsen says it's important for the state's economy that restaurants are back up and running.
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While there are vows to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy, some are worried that summer tourism at Point Pleasant Beach may suffer.
Many business owners at the Jersey Shore say the weather, which has been cooperative for the most part, plays a big part in their summer success.
Many businesses at the Jersey Shore have already hired their summer staffers.
A proposed ordinance would impose a fine on bars that serve alcohol from midnight to 2 a.m.