TOMS RIVER – With the unofficial start of the summer tourism season within view, Ocean County business owners brought their concerns over the lack of available workers and the effect it could have on businesses and the local economy before the Ocean County Board of Commissioners. "The Board provided business owners with an open forum … Continue reading Ocean County business owners brought their concerns over the lack of available workers before the Ocean County Board of Commissioners
The Arts & Crafts By the Sea craft show is taking place on June 5th from 11am to 7pm in Seaside Heights. Visit https://exit82.com/event/arts-crafts-by-the-sea-5/ for more information.
Dog lovers in southern Ocean County, starting June 1, will have a specially designed place to take Fido and Fluffy where they can run and roam off-leash. Ocean County Commissioner Virginia E. Haines, chairwoman of the Ocean County Department of Parks and Recreation, announced the opening of the new dog park to be located at … Continue reading Freedom Fields Off-Leash Dog Park To Open June 1st
Cedar Bridge Tavern, Barnegat Township HOME TO the last skirmish of the American Revolution, the Cedar Bridge Tavern, tucked away in the Pine Barrens in Barnegat Township, is a historic treasure that offers a glimpse into the past. Keenly aware of its historical significance, Ocean County officials embarked on a multi-year project to preserve the … Continue reading OCEAN COUNTY RECOGNIZED FOR HISTORIC CEDAR BRIDGE TAVERN RESTORATION
OCEAN COUNTY is once again directing a portion of its share of Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) funding to small businesses that have been adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. "Small businesses are truly the heart and soul of our communities," said Ocean County Freeholder Director Joseph H. Vicari, who serves … Continue reading Ocean County Freeholders support Grant Funding for Lease Assistance
OCEAN COUNTY, NJ- "Enough is enough", Freeholder Director Joseph H. Vicari said following Trenton's announcement that the state gasoline tax will jump by 9.3 cents on October 1."This comes just weeks after the Parkway and Turnpike toll increase go into effect," Vicari said. "I've said time and again that these increases are especially unfair to … Continue reading FREEHOLDER DIRECTOR VICARI CALLS ON GOV. MURPHY AND THE STATE LEGISLATURE TO REVOKE A NEARLY 10-CENT GASOLINE TAX INCREASE
OCEAN COUNTY, NJ - The weather is beautiful, the water is warm and Ocean County's tourism businesses are welcoming residents and visitors alike."Labor Day is not the end of the summer," said Freeholder Director Joseph H. Vicari, who is liaison to the Ocean County Office of Business Development and Tourism. "This year more than ever … Continue reading “LABOR DAY DOESN’T MARK THE END OF THE SUMMER”, FREEHOLDER DIRECTOR JOSEPH H. VICARI SAYS
Jenkinson's Beach and Boardwalk, Pt Pleasant, NJ (Toms River) – We call it "Locals' Summer" and you're invited! Several beaches in Ocean County have chosen to extend their season through the month of September and, with any luck from Mother Nature, into October. “The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of us on some level and … Continue reading OCEAN COUNTY EXTENDS BEACH SEASON!
OCEAN COUNTY has partnered with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) to provide $10 million in grants to small businesses in Ocean County affected by the coronavirus pandemic. “We are pleased to be able to provide this funding to our businesses here in Ocean County,” said Ocean County Freeholder Director Joseph H. Vicari. “Our … Continue reading Ocean County Small Business Grants – Apply NOW
WITH WEEKS to go before the official start of summer, all ocean beaches from Point Pleasant Beach south to Holgate will be open in time for the season. Point Pleasant Beach Borough officials announced this week that the Boardwalk will reopen on May 29, and with it Jenkinson’s Beach. The privately owned beach was the … Continue reading OCEAN BEACHES FROM POINT PLEASANT BEACH TO HOLGATE ARE OPEN FOR THE START OF SUMMER