Relaxed Drone Regs’ Impact On Realtors Weighed

OCEAN CITY — Now that the Federal Aviation Administration has eased regulations on Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), local Realtors may be adding drones to the list of tools they use to sell the region’s real estate. Then again, in more densely populated places like Ocean City, maybe not. The recently announced regulation easement seemingly opens… Read more »

Cecil State’s Attorney Charged With Indecent Exposure; Prosecutor Says He Will Be Cleared

Edward D. Rollins III

OCEAN CITY – Law enforcement charged Cecil County State’s Attorney Edward D. Rollins III with indecent exposure following an incident in Ocean City last week. Rollins, 60, has been charged with indecent exposure and disorderly conduct following incidents June 21 and 22 at the Clarion Resort Fontainebleau in Ocean City. “After consultation with the Ocean… Read more »

OC Brings On New Transit Head With Local Ties

OCEAN CITY — After a lengthy search including interviews with several qualified candidates, the Town of Ocean City last week announced the hiring of a new transit manager with ties to Delmarva. The town last week announced Mark Rickards has been hired as transit manager after a months-long search. Rickards brings 30 years of experience… Read more »

Arrest After Indecent Exposure Spree

OCEAN CITY — A South Carolina man was arrested on indecent exposure and other charges last weekend after allegedly exposing himself to several individuals in a spree uptown before pushing an officer and resisting arrest. Shortly before midnight last Saturday, an Ocean City police officer was dispatched to the area of 143rd Street and Coastal… Read more »