Some surprise parties don’t involve a cake.

 

Ruth Steedley has seen practically everything regarding the transformation of Sea Isle City since the 1980s.

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By Dave Bontempo

By Marybeth Hagan

Mildred’s Strathmere Restaurant, a longtime favorite of residents and visitors, was born of an Italian immigrant and seamstress named Mildred Conascenta.

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By Dave Bontempo

It was the summer of appreciation, a sprinkle of strong results and an anticipation of 2020 for the Sea Isle City  and Upper Township beach patrols.

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By John Tracy Jr.

When you take the spur off Sea Isle Boulevard just before the bridge into town, you take a step back in time. The old boulevard dead ends at Larsen’s Marina, and nestled across the street, behind a thick crop of native marsh grass, sits an unassuming structure with a lot of history.

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By Dave Bontempo

Mariah Freda looks forward to a magical homecoming.

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Perhaps it’s just coincidental, but with all the recent discussion about the possibility of a community pool in Sea Isle City, this past June 27 marked the 60th anniversary of the grand opening of the Sea Isle Swim Club.

 

Located on Ocean Drive from 63rd Street to 65th Street, this pool wasn’t a public development – just the opposite. More

By Jennifer James Davenport

School is back in session and we hope you are excited and ready to take on the new year. This is a great time to remind you that reading doesn’t have to feel like homework. When you find a good book that interests you, reading is exciting and fun! Here are some new back-to-school titles to add to your “to read” list.

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