Social Media Helps Nab Theft Suspect In OC

OCEAN CITY — An Ocean City man was arrested on theft charges last weekend for allegedly swiping a backpack containing cameras and other property from a downtown business owner after a successful social media campaign to locate the suspect. Last Friday, an Ocean City police officer responded to Pickles Pub on Philadelphia Avenue at 8th… Read more »

Poll Finds Two-Thirds Of Marylanders Support Post-Labor Day Start, While AG Opines Court Would ‘Likely’ Find Governor Exceeded Authority

Gov. Larry Hogan holds up the Executive Order he signed in August setting the school  year calendars for Maryland public schools. Photo by Charlene Sharpe

OCEAN CITY — The results of a recent poll released this week indicate a decided majority of Maryland residents continue to support Gov. Larry Hogan’s Executive Order for a post-Labor Day School start, while the state’s Attorney General’s office has concluded the governor “likely” overstepped his bounds with the mandate. The Goucher College Sarah T…. Read more »

Berlin Mayoral Hopeful On Prescription Drug Charge: ‘It’s Very Unfortunate That We Have Lowered Ourselves To This Level Of Campaigning’

BERLIN – A mayoral candidate in Berlin’s coming election shared her side of the story this week following news of a drug possession charge. According to South Carolina’s online judiciary case search, Berlin Councilmember Lisa Hall was charged with possession of the drug flunitrazepam on April 29. She says it’s being brought up now, months… Read more »