Tag: photos

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

Christie Rushes to Seaside Fire

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Updated 9:57 p.m. Governor Chris Christie was on scene and receiving briefings at the burning Seaside Boardwalk, Save Jerseyans, where a several-alarm fire finally came under control sometime after 9 p.m. Thursday night. Christie had declared Read More

Lavallette Without Power For “Weeks If Not Months” After Sandy

Lavallette is one of my favorite little Jersey Shore beach hamlets, Save Jerseyans. I’ve spent many a happy summer weekend there with friends, a grill, and a few jugs of chilled sangria. I look forward to it every year. Sadly, Read More

@GovChristie’s 10 AM Post-Sandy Press Conference (VIDEO)

In case you missed Governor Chris christie’s 10:00 a.m. Hurricane Sandy press conference… FYI: Governor Christie will conduct an aerial damage survey tour and land in both Belmar (Monmouth) and Avalon (Cape May) later today. We’ll bring you more when it’s Read More

The Morning After Sandy

Photos from Hurricane Sandy’s aftermath are steadily trickling in and yes, they have a post-apocalyptic feel. Feel free to send more storm pics our way via mattrooney@savejersey.com (but only if you’re safely able to do so — don’t risk your well-being for Read More

Barrier Island Flooding Already Reaching Historic Levels

Here’s a jaw-dropping pic from this morning out of Sea Isle City (Cape May County): The worst flooding is likely yet to come, Save Jerseyans. There’s already 10 inches of water in Beach Haven. Tuesday morning’s high tide may bring Read More

More Scenes from ‘Save Jersey’ at the 2012 RNC

It was a week to remember in Tampa, Save Jerseyans. I made new friends from around the country, met fellow journalists from around the world, and got to share in a remarkable piece of history as the assembled delegates nominated Read More