A young Philadelphia boy has died after police say he drowned in a Wildwood hotel pool.
Boardwalks are packed for the Fourth of July weekend while officials urge to practice social distancing while heading out.
A grand fireworks display celebrating the Fourth of July in the City of Wildwood will not take place this year.
Ocean City has canceled their Fourth of July fireworks and Night in Venice parade due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cape May is looking to ease restrictions on public drinking to help boost business down the shore.
The reopening comes with new social distance guidelines in place, including a limit that will keep properties at 60 percent capacity.
Memorial Day weekend is often thought of as the unofficial start of summer, but to those who served the day means so much more than warm weather and cookouts.
As New Jersey shore communities prepare to open for the summertime months ahead, some county officials want beachgoers to be mindful of the state's ongoing fight against coronavirus.
Beaches in Sea Isle City will reopen for regular access on Saturday, according to city officials.
Community leaders in three Cape May County municipalities reopened beaches on Saturday for exercise and active recreation.
The Proposal for the Safe, Smart and Progressive Reopening of Cape May County was created by the Recovery Initative outlines methods to start a gradual reopening county-wide.
Wildwood beachgoers will still be asked to continue following social distancing guidelines, and the types of activities and businesses that can resume are limited.
The Wildwood Boardwalk, beaches, parks and playgrounds will reopen on Friday, May 8.
Friday morning, Avalon and Stone Harbor beaches will reopen for walking, running, fishing, and surfing. They will be open from dawn until dusk.
It may be quiet in Wildwood right now. But, as Memorial Day gets closer – and with the nice weather expected this weekend – many people will be thinking of heading down the shore.
The Sandpiper Motel in North Wildwood isn't taking any chances. They decided to hang up the 2020 season for good due to COVID-19.
A North Wildwood police officer paid his respects to Philadelphia Police SWAT Officer Sergeant James O'Connor.
Thousands of utility customers in New Jersey were without power Monday as severe storms knocked down trees and utility lines across the region.
Coast Guard officials say a man was rescued from a disabled sailboat off the coast of New Jersey after another vessel heard his distress call.
Fifteen residents and 12 staff members of a Cape May nursing home have tested positive for COVID-19. One death has been reported.