New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism Executive Director Grace Hanlon says that the state had a record number of visitors over the last year as several areas around the state were recovering from ...
Say hello to summer. The holiday weekend produces capacity crowds down the shore. Sailing off to success. A New Jersey yacht builder rises to the top of the charts. And paying tribute to those who ...
Businesses and beaches along the Jersey Shore re-opened Memorial Day weekend.
Military Park in Newark has been renovated to bring in visitors.
The summer season is back and we’ll see how things are stacking up down the shore. Plus, the clinical side of Obamacare. And is foreign steel stealing jobs from New Jersey?
Gov. Christie visited areas of the Jersey Shore to kick off Memorial Day weekend.
Seaside boardwalk won't be ready for Memorial Day but there will be activities set up in a parking lot to enjoy.
New Jersey has many events scheduled to commemorate veterans for Memorial Day.
Closing in on a budget. We'll look at New Jersey's financial challenges. Raw emotion as the Senate president reconsiders a gun control bill. And a traffic nightmare down the shore.
The ongoing Route 35 construction project backed up motorists for hours over the weekend.
Memorial Day 2013. A day to remember those we lost and to celebrate the coming of summer. We’ll take you down the shore. Plus, the new controversy at Rutgers. The ongoing controversy for Newark's ...
A parade and street fair marked Memorial Day in Woodland Park where residents had a good time and also remembered the reason for the holiday.
Seaside Heights Mayor Bill Akers says the crowds came to his community when the sun came out and he's hopeful for a successful summer season in Seaside and all the Jersey Shore communities.
Campaigning for customers. Gov. Christie celebrates the comeback down the shore. Plus, the health commissioner with important information for flood victims. Catholics with strong words about their own ...
Gov. Chris Christie and other officials joined Belmar Mayor Matthew Doherty for a ribbon cutting reopening Belmar's boardwalk after Hurricane Sandy destroyed it.