Category: Jersey Shore

O’Scanlon reports from Long Branch: “Apparently we’re not all homicidal maniacs!”

LONG BRANCH, N.J. – The Jersey Shore was open (mostly) for tourism on Saturday, with businesses operating unnder severe restrictions and some still closed (like amusement parks) but beaches and boardwalks welcoming for sun worshippers and the cabin fever-afflicted alike. Read More

NJ-03: Richter embraces Trump, “outsider” label in positive primary TV spot

TOMS RIVER, N.J. – With New Jersey rescheduled primary date less than two months away, NJ-03 GOP candidate David Richter is up on television with a positive ad – “Back to Work” – highlighting his business experience. Richter also tells Read More

Murphy expected to address the Jersey Shore on Thursday

SEA ISLE CITY, N.J. – Jersey Shore political and business leaders are anxiously anticipating some word from Governor Murphy about easing lockdown restrictions at Thursday’s daily COVID-19 briefing. Sea Isle City Mayor and Cape May County Freeholder Board Vice Director Read More

Avalon, Stone Harbor will reopen their beaches on Friday morning

STONE HARBOR, N.J. – An especially condescending Governor Phil Murphy refused to discuss reopening timelines on Tuesday, but two iconic Jersey Shore towns are moving forward without him. In a joint Monday press release, the mayors of Avalon and Stone Read More