Hi, I'm Harry Hurley and I was born in Atlantic City on June 19, 1960. At 19 years old, I became one of the youngest full-time newspaper staff writers in America, earning my staff byline at The Press of Atlantic City! I enjoyed a 10-year career as an Atlantic City Hotel Casino Executive, serving at the highest level of the casino industry. My broadcasting career began on July 1, 1991, on WFPG 1450 AM, where I introduced my evening talk show – which shortly thereafter became 'Hurley in the Morning'. My first guest ever was New Jersey Governor Jim Florio! I am married and live in Egg Harbor Township with my wife Margie. We have three adult children; Kristin, Lauren, Robert, and grandson named Noah Hurley Baker.
Hurley Exclusive: Criminal Complaint to be Filed?
Hurley Exclusive: Letter confirms intent to file a criminal complaint against two Atlantic City police officers.
Hurley: Michael Fedorko Soon to be Named Atlantic County Director of Public Safety
Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson is close to naming Michael Fedorko as the next Atlantic County Director of Public Safety.
Hurley Obtains Confidential Letter Written by A.C. Fire Chief Scott Evans
Harry Hurley has obtained a copy of a confidential letter written by Atlantic City Fire Chief Scott Evans.
WPG’s Harry Hurley To Go National as FOX News Radio Guest Host
Harry Hurley announced Monday morning that he will be filling-in for Fox News Radio star Todd Starnes for his daily national program on Tuesday, June 12, from noon to 3PM.
Hurley: Gilliam Hires MIS Director at $20,000 Over Approved Starting Salary
Multiple Atlantic City Hall sources have confirmed exclusively to Harry Hurley that Mayor Frank M. Gilliam Jr. has "hired" an MIS Director at $100,000, which is $20,000 beyond the approved starting salary.
Hurley: Atlantic County, Murphy Settle Taxpayer Share of PILOT Legislation
WPG's Harry Hurley has learned and confirmed that Atlantic Co. Executive Dennis Levinson and Gov. Phil Murphy have settled a controversy over the Atlantic County taxpayer share of the PILOT legislation.
Fauntleroy Speaks to WPG’s Harry Hurley Regarding Domestic Assault Charge
Atlantic City City Councilman Jeffree Fauntleroy II spoke exclusively to WPG's Harry Hurley about the Domestic Violence Simple Assault charge he is facing.
Hurley: Gov. Murphy Would Not Approve A.C. SAFER Grant
I have just been advised that Gov. Murphy would not approve Atlantic City to apply for the $6M Federal SAFER Grant.
Hurley: Deadline Quickly Approaching for Atlantic City to Renew SAFER Grant
Well placed sources have advised me that the state is taking the position that they need city approval. The city is saying that they need state approval.
Hurley: In House Race, Turkavage to Column F
This crazy Republican election season for United States Congressman, New Jersey, District 2 is getting even wackier.