I am a proud Jersey girl through and through. I call it the beach, not the shore. If it's not from New Jersey (or New York) it's not real pizza, the same goes for bagels. I don't know how I would survive without Wawa or without being a short drive to the beach. Thanks for letting me take you through your workday and beyond.
Send Pizza to Heathcare Workers with Slice Out Hunger
Say thank you to our healthcare workers by sending them a pizza.
South Jersey Parents Working Home Call Their Kids Coworkers
Things are a bit crazy right now with both parents and kids working from home. Sometimes you just need to laugh.
COVID-19 Symptoms Explained By a Positive Tested 22-Year-Old
Many people are confusing the symptoms of the coronavirus with the flu or they think young people are not affected by it. They are wrong.
Cape May Zoo Starts Virtual Zoo During Coronavirus
If you or your kids are going stir crazy in the house, check out Cape May Zoo's virtual zoo days.
Where to Get School Meals in South Jersey Amid Coronavirus
Many school districts are providing breakfast and lunch for eligible students while the schools are closed amid coronavirus crisis.
South Jersey Insane Inflatable 5K Date Moved to August 1st
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the Insane Inflatable 5K in Millville will now be held on Saturday, August 1st.
6 Books to Read While Home During Coronavirus
Curl up with a good book while cooped up in the house during the coronavirus pandemic.
Working From Home Due to Coronavirus? Things to Watch on Netflix
If you are working from home for the next few weeks, here is some Netflix content that you might not have seen.
New Jersey Ranked in Top 20 Best States for Women
New Jersey is in the top 20 best states for women in the country.
7 Things South Jersey People Absolutely Hate
Let’s face it, South Jersey people are quite particular.
Looking for an Overnight Getaway? Lucy the Elephant Is Now an Airbnb
For three nights only, Margate’s own Lucy the Elephant will be opened for guests to spend the night in the historic landmark.
The Mysterious 1971 Cold Case of Galloway Township’s Jane Doe
Authorities believe that Jane Doe was between 12 and 14 when she died, and was deceased for months before she was found in the woods off Jimmie Leads Rd.