Sea Isle Times

Memorial Day 2018

By Linda Dougherty

Native son Thomas McQuillen was sworn in as Sea Isle City’s police chief at a ceremony during the March 27 City Council meeting.

 

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By Joanna Heston

Gerard A. Desiderio Heart Walk

9-11am, JFK Boulevard & Promenade

Held in memory of Mayor Leonard Desiderio’s brother, the annual Heart Walk benefits the Deborah Heart and Lung Center.

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By Dave Bontempo

National Humor Month, April, was an appropriate time to interview Fran Hughes.

 

The 89-year-old Korean War veteran, longtime Sea Isle City resident and volunteer at its historical museum blends a lighthearted shade into his rich stories. Long before his teaching career, his 53-year marriage to his late wife Mary and the raising of six children, came a service journey he could not forget. More

By Joanna Heston

Foodies, rejoice! Sea Isle Restaurant Week returns June 4-10 featuring 14 restaurants offering four courses for $34. Hosted by the Sea Isle City Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization, customers will enjoy everything from wood-fired pizzas and pasta dishes to the finest seafood and steak options. Whether you try someplace new or frequent your favorites, be sure to plan ahead and plan to dine out often; the menus offered by the participating restaurants are not to be missed!

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By Joanna Heston

Sea Isle City is home to some of the best restaurants at the Jersey Shore, offering flavor and flair with unique menu items. If you’ve been vacationing here for many years, you know exactly what you like, and you have a tradition of where and when you dine out. But if you’re new to town, or open to trying other places, there is no better time than Sea Isle Restaurant Week, June 4-10, to check out the variety of cuisines offered here.

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By Mary Byrne Lamb

The Sea Isle City Library will be hopping this summer with a full slate of activities and programs to enrich and entertain residents and visitors. Covering topics from poetry to history, science to spirit, and exercise to herbs, the library’s summer programs will have something for every member of the family.

 

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By Patrice Davis

The bell rings and students are busting out the door on that final day of school. Summer is here, and the lazy days of summer greet us with the smell of sand and sea, the promise of ice cream and pizza, and the outlook of a blissfully empty calendar.

 

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By John Tracy Jr.

The Giordano family is no stranger to the pages of the Sea Isle Times. Two years ago, we featured Joseph Giordano for winning 17 gold medals in swimming at the Senior Olympic Games in Florida. Now, his son Andy is planning to continue the family tradition of vigorous aquatic competition by participating in stand-up paddleboard races from here to New York.

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