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Two Winning Lottery Tickets Sold At The Jersey Shore

JERSEY SHORE – Two lucky tickets purchased at the Jersey Shore won two different lotteries this weekend. One winning Power Ball ticket, sold in Ocean County, matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn, winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. The ticket was sold at the Shop Rite located at 260 North County Line Rd. in Jackson.
OCEAN COUNTY, NJ
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A-maze-ing fall fun in Clinton County

CLINTON COUNTY, Pa. — If you're looking for some fall fun in central Pennsylvania then look no further than Pine Seed Creek Farm in Clinton County. Owner Chris McCracken and his wife Jennifer recently created one of the largest corn mazes in the state. "We had an extra 10 acres...
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Body Found In Ocean off Jersey Shore Identified A Missing Glen Rock Man

A body was discovered off the waters of Ocean County on Thursday and was recently identified as a Bergen County who has been missing for four days, according to officials. Kiariff Alston, 26, of Glen Rock, was reported missing Monday when his family found out he never arrived at the Home Depot in Paterson he works.
OCEAN COUNTY, NJ

Body found off Jersey Shore identified as missing N.J. man

A body recovered by the U.S. Coast Guard on Thursday has been identified as a man from Bergen County who had been missing for four days, officials said. Kiariff Alston, 26, of Glen Rock, left his home last Sunday, telling his mother he was going to buy gas before going to work at a Home Depot store in Paterson, police said. Alston’s family reported him missing on Monday after learning he never made it to his job.
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Is Sammi Sweetheart Returning to Jersey Shore?

Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola posted a tease about “Jersey Shore.” The former MTV star had fans in a frenzy with a recent social media post. Sammi has been no stranger to the actual Jersey Shore ever since the grand opening of her boutique, Sweetheart Coast, on the Ocean City, New Jersey boardwalk in June 2021. It was around that time that rumors also began to swirl that Sammi split from her fiancé, Christian Biscardi. She confirmed the breakup in July, per Us Weekly.
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Iconic ‘Jersey Shore’ Landmark Set to Be Demolished

Jersey Shore has featured many combative situations between its cast members throughout its 12 years on MTV. Their fights are legendary. The show was an instant smash and made the area’s landmark spots as popular as the show itself. One of those, the scene of Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola‘s most savage fight, is set to be demolished.
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ
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‘Jersey Shore’ Star Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi Is Releasing a Wine Brand

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, best known for her appearances on “Jersey Shore” and “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation,” is releasing a wine brand called Messy Mawma. On October 16, 2021, the reality TV star posted a photo on Instagram holding a bottle of Messy Mawma wine with the caption, “NOVEMBER 2021.” In the post, she included the hashtag “it’s happening.”
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Famous ‘Jersey Shore’ Nightclub Set for Demolition

“Jersey Shore” fans will likely recognize the nightclub, The Bamboo Bar. As viewers are aware, the stars of the MTV reality television series would frequent the club, which was on the Boulevard, in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. According to NJ.com, the establishment was shut down in 2019 and “will be demolished” within the near future. On October 14, the publication noted that “Jersey Shore” fans will have to say their goodbyes to The Bamboo Bar “in the next 30 to 45 days.”
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ
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Jersey Shore Scene Has A New Look- Check it Out!

October 2021 marks the fourth anniversary of Jersey Shore Scene! This incredible journey has led me to the most interesting places to meet the most interesting people who live here at the shore! I knew then that there were many places that cater to the news and “touristy” things that happen here, but I wanted something very different. I wanted to tell the stories of the people who live here. I want to share the tales of mystery and history, the songs from the heart to the mystical. The healers, the lightworkers, the non-profits, all have a home on my website.
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