Artists Mock Chris Christie's Weekend At The Beach With Sand SculptureTwo days after Chris Christie angered beach-goers by relaxing on a beach he closed, local sand artists creatively expressed their distaste for the governor in the next town over.
Budget Travel Tips For Atlantic CityRead on for budget travel tips for entertainment, travel, dining and lodging on the Jersey shore at Atlantic City
Offshore Wind Energy Farm Gets FundingOne of three floating wind farm projects wins up to $47 million each from the U.S. Department of Energy
Cool Temps, Jubilant Fans Mark NJ-NY Super Bowl Seahawks fans celebrated across New York City and in MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
Security On Land And Sea Protecting Super Bowl FansAn array of security forces have been deployed in and around MetLife Stadium.
Super Bowl Fans Collapse In Crowded New Jersey Train StationSecaucus Junction was overflowing with people.
Keidel: Super Bowl-ing On The BoulevardEverything is larger in New York, and Super Bowl Boulevard is no exception. It has the obscene, fun-house distortion you expect when a party is thrown in Times Square.
Report: No State Income Tax Helps Cano Pocket $42 MillionRobinson Cano will get to keep more of his estimated $240 million dollar contract.
Study: Washingtonians Curse The LeastNew data shows Washingtonians curse less than any other state in the country. The Marchex Institute analyzed more than 600,000 phone calls from the past year, looking for the frequency of curse words. The study found Washingtonians curse about every 300 conversations.
Best Local Ways to Help Hurricane Sandy Relief EffortsIn light of the NBC benefit concert on television tonight, Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together, the Seattle area has benefits and organizations that are reaching out to help those whose lives have been directly affected by Hurricane Sandy. Here are ways you can help.
Opinion: Sandy: The Match-Maker Of All Match-MakersAs odd as it seems, President Barack Obama and Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey are in the midst of a marvelous “bromance”.
Man Admits He Robbed Jon Bon Jovi, Faces 5 Years In PrisonA New Jersey man who admitted burglarizing a string of homes at the Jersey shore, including the home of rocker Jon Bon Jovi, is in line for some bad medicine: He's likely to get five years in prison. Nicholas Tracy, 22, of Beachwood pleaded guilty Tuesday in state Superior Court in Freehold to three counts of theft and burglary from a spree that netted him more than $300,000 worth of jewelry and personal items from the homes.