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.
The town is "raring to go" and ready to receive visitors, according to Mayor Ed Johnson.
While some parts of New Jersey were devastated by Hurricane Sandy, other areas were not hugely impacted by the storm. Tourism leaders say they must get the word out that they're open for business.
The last thing any Jersey shore town needs is another storm. Frustrated locals are fed up.
Gov. Chris Christie was in Bradley Beach touting the recovery effort in New Jersey and calling on members of Congress to approve a bill that would provide relief aid to affected areas.
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.
Local officials are hoping to keep momentum alive throughout the summer season.
New Jerseyans take to the beach and take a moment to reflect on those serving around the globe.
Finn's Point, a unique cemetery in New Jersey, contains remains of both Confederate and Union soldiers.