Thursday, December 20, 2007

News from Around the South Jersey Shore

Let's start with the big story: the Tropicana has managed to stay out of bankruptcy so far.

Here's an overall picture of Atlantic City's future as a gaming city, and what the decision to not renew the Tropicana gaming license means for that future.

The man allegedly behind a 1982 murder in North Cape May has been caught.

Cape May Point's going to be getting more help to stop the sea from washing it away (though I think having a convent on the tip of the state is still a great idea).

Cape May County's going to be keeping a closer eye on Sea Isle City.

Sea Isle City' Colonnade Inn gets a nice write up here.

This isn't exactly news, but here's a cute blog post from Zoey Castelino, a Sea Isle City native who now lives in Toronto. She writes about how things have changed in a blog post titled "How far must one redhead go" where she marks the distances to Wal-Mart, Starbucks and Target from Sea Isle City -- all things that hadn't been in the area when she last lived in town.

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1 comment:

ZoeyBella said...

Hi Jen!

Thanks for the awesome mention and thanks for checking out my blog! Your book looks really interesting. I'm glad someone focused on the 'real' Jersey shore and showed the world that the Garden State is more than Sopranos, oil refineries and strip malls!

Have a great holiday!