An Open Letter To All Animal Abusers In New Jersey
The number of dogs and cats that are available for adoption at the Jersey Shore always feels overwhelming. This year is no different. As an animal lover, I’ve personally have done my part to take in an animal or have been party to assist in finding them good homes.
Father’s Day Celebrations That Make Up For Last Year
It’s Dads and Grads season. Both occasions did not get celebrated the traditional way last year due to Covid19. In fact, most graduation ceremonies didn’t take place at all, and many dads were not able to see their kids face to face, other than a drive-by, or a wave through a window.…
Getting Flagged At The Jersey Shore
The history of National Flag Day dates back to 1916 when a proclamation was made by President Woodrow Wilson, that stated June 14 be established as official Flag Day in the United States of America. Then on August 3rd, 1949, as part of an Act of Congress, National Flag Day was made permanent.
Sandy, Bertha and Katrina? Nope. Here Are The Names Chosen…
What is in a name? A lot if you attach that name to a tropical storm or hurricane. New Jersians know all too well names like Irene, Fay, Hannah, Floyd, Bertha, Doria, and Sandy. Names of various storms that wreaked havoc in our state over the years. Some more than others.
School Officials In Brick, NJ Make It Easier For Students To Brea
When Governor Murphy lifted the mask mandate the week leading up to Memorial Day Weekend, it was a breath of fresh air. Not only was it a good sign that together, New Jersians worked diligently to manage and beat this virus, but the results of our efforts have provided us with choices.
How the Story of the Jersey Devil Began in the Pine Barrens
Straight out of the Pine Barrens of Jackson New Jersey, “The Jersey Devil” debuts this weekend. It’s the new roller coaster that thrill-seekers will be dying to experience at Great Adventure starting this Sunday. I can’t wait to ride it!
You'll Need More Than Tasty Waves To Surf At The Jersey Shore
Remember last year when the pandemic created a toilet paper shortage? Then there was a sell-out of basic bleach products. It even got crazier. Ketchup was in high demand. So was “work-from-home desks, web-cams, bikes, outdoor pools. Speaking of pools…now chlorine is in high demand…
The Good Citizens Of Toms River, NJ Put Smiles On Faces Of Seniors
How do you tell seniors in high school there will be no prom or graduations this year because of a pandemic? That was reality for most teens last spring as the dangers of covid19 were ramping up. Thankfully, this year they’ve returned.