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.
Two Superintendents Will Help With Remote Learning Challenges
This interview with Bob and Glenn will be so very important for helping families to manage the remote learning that is currently taking place until further notice.
Opinion: CRDA Unfairly Attacked & What’s Next From Gov. Murphy?
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) has been unfairly, negatively criticized by a bad actor in the local media.
Opinion: New York Issues “Stay at Home” Order, is New Jersey Next?
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered a statewide lockdown today that will take effect this Sunday night as America fights back against the China Coronavirus.
Why Harry Hurley Urges You to Go Green with a Smart Thermostat
Harry loves the money-saving convenience of his smart thermostat — and his friends at Ambient Comfort can install one for you. Get $100 off through April!
Why Harry Hurley Recommends Perfect Basement for Clearing Mold
Years ago, Harry had a major mold problem at his house, so he knows the importance of using a reliable contractor. Here's what he likes about Perfect Basement.
Atlantic City Hall is Closing Until Further Notice
Atlantic City city hall will be completely closed until further notice.
Atlantic County Government Closings and Service Adjustments
This is a handy resource to provide you with information on various government-related adjustments and closings across Atlantic County.
Statement Regarding Drinking Water in Atlantic City
The safety and quality of the Atlantic City drinking water is unaffected by coronavirus.
Atlantic County Social Services Client Changes & More
The Atlantic County Dept. of Family and Community Development will suspend all in-person interviews and face-to-face business with its customers effective Thursday.
It’s So Important to Support Local Restaurants and Businesses
Supporting our local businesses will enable them to stay open and provide jobs for our fellow citizens.