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.
Atlantic County Continues To Do a Good Job With COVID-19
We certainly don’t want any new cases. But, when compared to hit spots around the country like Florida, Texas, and Arizona, our numbers are very good.
A Potential Atlantic County Board of Elections Scandal is Brewing
A potential Atlantic County Board of Election scandal is brewing. Hamilton Twp. Deputy Mayor Charles Cain says there are problems and irregularities during the vote-by-mail ballot counting process.
Face Masks Only Required Outside When You Can’t Social Distance
Many New Jerseyans are steaming mad about Governor Phil Murphy’s recent executive order regarding extending the requirement to wear masks while outdoors.
Will President Trump Spare Roger Stone a Federal Prison Sentence?
Will President Trump pardon or commute the federal prison sentence of his long-time ally Roger Stone? We won’t have to wait much longer. It could come as early as this Sunday.
Small Leads Big in Atlantic City Democrat Mayoral Vote Count
The Atlantic County Board of Elections is moving slow with their vote count. This has become an all too familiar pattern. They always seem to slow-walk the results.
Annual Hurley Election Crystal Ball: Congress, AC Mayor & More
The most contested primary is Amy Kennedy versus Brigid Callahan Harrison for the Democratic Nomination for the House of Representatives in New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District.
Steve Young Also Significantly Damaged The Atlantic City Economy
Atlantic City Casinos and all local businesses desperately needed the strongest 4th of July weekend possible under the already devastating, pandemic conditions.
The Steve Young – “Black Lives Matter” Protest – The Epilogue
The Atlantic City Steve Young-Black Lives Matter protest event was large in advanced billing and anticipation. It was ultimately small in scope and size.
Today’s The Day – The Atlantic City Steve Young Protest Is On
It’s no accident that Steve Young chose this day to both protest and in his words, “shut Atlantic City down.”
Hurley – Young Fiery On-Air Exchange & Atlantic City Mayor Small
Today, Steve Young called-in live to discuss this Saturday’s Black Lives Matter protest. During some straight talk, Young hung-up the phone during our interview.