What do you wonder about South Jersey, its people and its culture?

P. Kenneth Burns heads to Seaside Heights to find out how Jersey Shore businesses are coping during the pandemic. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

P. Kenneth Burns heads to Seaside Heights to find out how Jersey Shore businesses are coping during the pandemic. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

South Jersey is many things. It’s bustling cities, beautiful beaches, and rich farmland that help make us the Garden State. It’s got a deep history and a future being shaped by its diverse communities. But most importantly, it’s home to more than 2 million New Jerseyans.

We report on all of it, and we want you, and your curiosity, to help guide us. No one knows South Jersey like you do. That’s why we are asking you to share your insights and questions about the region.

From Princeton to Cape May, what do you wonder about South Jersey, its people and its culture that you want WHYY to investigate?

Our goal is to tell stories about what you need, what you know, and what you see. Help us do that by dropping your comment or question below. We read every submission.

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