So, here we are, in the last few days before Labor Day Weekend. For many, the unofficial end of summer. But, for those of us in the know, it's not the end of summer, it's just the beginning of "Locals Summer".
Generations of Seaside Heights and Seaside Park visitors have taken rides on the iconic, 104-year-old Dentzel Carousel that sat only feet away from the ocean up until the devastating fire of last fall. The good news is that it survived, but it's future is still a little up in the air.
Following an up-close glimpse at the havoc wreaked on the Seaside Park and Heights boardwalk during Thursday's blaze, Representative Jon Runyan (R-3) embarked on ways to draw federal financial support to beleaguered business owners.
Despite the destruction of Thursday's boardwalk fire just to the south, the Seaside Heights boardwalk is open and members of the Business Improvement District say long-awaited events this weekend will take place, and they predict the same for the full lineup of autumn activities.
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