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: Caldwell is Dropping Out of the Race for Atlantic County Sheriff
Sources have confirmed exclusively to WPG's Harry Hurley that Atlantic County Chief Sheriffs Officer Steve Caldwell is dropping out of the race for County Sheriff.
Student Walkout Planned at Egg Harbor Township Schools Thursday?
Reliable sources have confirmed exclusively to WPG's Harry Hurley that there may be a student walkout at the Egg Harbor Township Public Schools Thursday.
Harry Hurley On the Passing of Alan Colmes
Let's return back to being human beings, again... regardless of our own political ideology.
Hurley: A Interesting Optic Tonight in Somers Point
A very interesting optic will occur tonight in Somers Point at their annual city council reorganization meeting.
Longtime WPG Talk Show Host Champ Hoffman Has Passed Away
Long-time WPG Talk Radio 104.1 FM & 1450 AM weekend talk show host Louis "Champ" Hoffman has passed away following a courageous battle with cancer.
Hurley: Atlantic City Board of Education is Not Paying Bills That Are Due to Vendors
ATLANTIC CITY - In a major investigation, conducted by Hurley in the Morning, we have learned and confirmed that the Atlantic City Board of Education is currently not paying many bills that are due to vendors, who have provided services to the Atlantic City Public Schools system.
Hurley: The Atlantic City Board of Education Has a Second Chance to Get it Right Tonight […
ATLANTIC CITY - Many people are expected to turnout to support teacher Phil Eisenstein at tonight's (6:00 PM) regular meeting of The Atlantic City Board of Education. Eisenstein was previously and unjustly terminated by The Atlantic City Board of Education.
Taube Poised to Challenge Rosenberg in the Republican Primary for Atlantic County Clerk
In a Hurley in the Morning exclusive, we have learned and confirmed that Brenda Taube is challenging the Regular Nominated Republican Paul Rosenberg in the upcoming June 7, 2016, primary election for the position of Atlantic County Clerk.
Hurley: Atlantic City Board of Education Unjustly Terminates Teacher Phil Eisenstein
ATLANTIC CITY - There is a terrible injustice that must have the light of day and truth shined upon it.
Atlantic City Public Schools Facing Supreme Financial Crisis [UPDATED]
We have been talking daily about the significant and ever-mounting financial problems currently facing Atlantic City on the city purpose tax side.