Jersey Shore Business Journal
Written by Cindy Nevitt Wednesday, April 03, 2013 06:30 am
OCEAN CITY – With the exception of November, the Ocean City Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) continues to be among the country’s leaders post-Sandy in job growth.
In its last report, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) placed the OCNJ MSA, which encompasses all of Cape May County, in a tie for eighth with Columbus, Ind., with 5.1 percent growth for January 2013 over January 2012. That equates to 1,600 more jobs this January than last January in the county.
Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, April 03, 2013 04:33 am
Gentilini Chevrolet is supporting Cape May County Little League through the Chevy Youth Baseball Program.
This sponsorship will include donation of equipment and money during this year’s spring youth baseball season.
Written by Lauren Suit Thursday, December 06, 2012 01:00 am
CAPE MAY — Local business owners were told that if they want customers back in their stores and visitors checking into their hotels, the answer is social media.
At a Restore the Shore convention held at Cape May Convention Hall Dec. 3, small business advocates and tourism professionals spoke about the importance of reaching out to customers and letting them know they are open.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, December 04, 2012 01:15 pm
Vanessa Sorace of Zoo Sitters, LLC, in Cape May Court House has been named one of the top five finalists for the 2012 Pet Sitter of the Year Award from Pet Sitters International.
First awarded by PSI in 1995, the Pet Sitter of the Year designation is the industry’s highest honor for the in-home pet-care profession, according to a statement from the organization.
Written by Marjorie Preston Tuesday, March 06, 2012 05:30 pm
BPU wants more answers on offshore energy plan
A Cape May company that hopes to build half a dozen energy-generating wind turbines off the coast of Atlantic City has not proven to the state Board of Public Utilities that the project is economically viable.
Written by STAFF REPORTS Thursday, June 16, 2011 10:36 am
ATLANTIC CITY – Atlantic City restaurateurs Maureen Shay and Frank Dougherty on June 9 opened the doors to their newest venture, located inside Bally’s Atlantic City.
Harry’s Oyster Bar and Seafood will feature extensive raw bar and fresh seafood in a fun and relaxed atmosphere on the site of the historic Dennis Hotel on the Atlantic City’s Boardwalk.The husband-and-wife duo of Shay and Dougherty are well known in the area. The pair have won loyal fans and critical praise as owners of two of Atlantic City’s most popular restaurants, Dock’s Oyster House and the Knife and Fork Inn. Their notion for Harry’s Oyster Bar and Seafood is a return to the Dougherty family’s roots.
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