Ted Greenberg, NBC10 Philadelphia

Ted Greenberg

NBC10 Philadelphia

New Jersey, United States

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Recent articles by Ted:

Why Is the Water at the Jersey Shore So Cold This Summer — And Will it Warm Up?

Cold ocean water along the Jersey Shore is actually keeping some people out of the surf, and experts say the water has been pretty chilly for an unusually long period of time. So when will it warm up? → Read More

Smoking on the Boardwalk, Including Pot, Is Banned, Towns Remind Visitors

NBC10’s Ted Greenberg is in a part of the Jersey Shore where local officials are reminding visitors that marijuana smoking is just as illegal as cigarettes on the boardwalk this summer. → Read More

NJ Man Arrested During DC Chaos Condemns Riot, But Doesn't Blame Trump

A Trump supporter from New Jersey who was arrested during Wednesday’s chaos in Washington, D.C. condemned the rioters who stormed into the Capitol building — but stopped short of blaming the president for the violence. → Read More

‘Booze on the Boards’ Is Now Legal in Parts of the Jersey Shore. Is It Safe?

Visitors flocked to Atlantic City, NJ, where it is now legal to consume to-go alcoholic drinks in some public spots → Read More

Man Dies After Being Pulled Out of Ocean in Cape May, New Jersey

A man died after being pulled out of the ocean off a beach in Cape May, New Jersey. → Read More

16-Year-Old Arrested in Fatal Shooting of Ventnor City Grandfather

Police have arrested a teenager in connection to the fatal shooting of a Ventnor City grandfather. → Read More

New Jersey Man Says His Invention Repels Greenhead Flies

A Galloway Township, New Jersey, lawyer says his new invention can ward off greenhead flies which are known to make life miserable for Jersey Shore residents. → Read More

Wildwood to Open New Beach Parking Lot

Wildwood is set to open a beach parking area later this month. → Read More

Hit-and-Run Driver Attacks Man, Intentionally Crashes His Car While His Son is Inside, Police Say

Police arrested two women accused of attacking a driver and then intentionally crashing his vehicle while his 1-year-old son was inside following a hit-and-run in Atlantic City, New Jersey Saturday afternoon. → Read More

'She Was Special': Former Teacher Remembers Victim of Florida High School Shooting

The former teacher of one of the 17 victims of the Florida high school massacre is speaking out about the young life lost. → Read More

The ISIS 'Senior Commander' Who Grew Up at the Jersey Shore

A Margate man born in South Jersey has been identified as a "senior commander" of ISIS in Syria. NBC10 found his mother in the shore town. → Read More

Vandal Damages Menorahs in Margate

As the celebration of Hanukkah continues, police are trying to find the vandal who damaged three menorahs in an Atlantic County community. → Read More

2 Dead After SUV Strikes Pole and Catches Fire in NJ

Two people died after an SUV crashed into a pole and caught fire in Tabernacle, New Jersey Monday. → Read More

Local Chefs and Volunteers Give Back for Thanksgiving

Local chefs at the Jersey Shore are giving back to the community by preparing Thanksgiving meals for close to 2000 people in need. NBC10's Ted Greenberg gives a closer look at their meal preparations. → Read More

New Project in NJ Aims to Give Safer Shelter to Bats

A project in South Jersey is working to give safe shelter to bats. NBC10's Jersey Shore Bureau reporter Ted Greenberg finds out why. → Read More

Planned Demolition of Historic NJ Home and Silo Sparks Controversy

Two South Jersey landmarks are set to be demolished within the next two months to be replaced with a children's playground. NBC10's Ted Greenberg has the details on how the planned demolition has raised controversy in the community. → Read More

Jersey Shore Town Proposes Banning 'Hawking,' 'Peddling' and ... Ice Cream Trucks

The bells and music of ice cream trucks may soon be silenced in the Jersey Shore town of Avalon. Also banned by the Avalon Council would be "peddlers" and "hawkers." → Read More

NJ State Police Help Hurricane Maria Victims in Puerto Rico

New Jersey State Police are providing aid for victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. NBC10's Ted Greenberg explains why helping Puerto Rico is such an important goal for the troopers. → Read More

Local Woman to Return to Her Native Puerto Rico to Help Maria Victims

A New Jersey woman is preparing to return to her native Puerto Rico to help victims of Hurricane Maria. NBC10's Jersey Shore Bureau reporter Ted Greenberg has her story. → Read More

Wildwood to Get $10 Million Flood Prevention and Beautification Project

Cape May County is working on a project to reduce constant flooding and beautify the entrance to Wildwood, New Jersey. The project is set to be complete in 2019. NBC10's Ted Greenberg is in New Jersey with the story. → Read More