First BS Tuna of the Season

By Scott Lenox I got an absolutely unbelievable report today from my buddy Austin Ensor who is a die hard fisherman and regular contributor to the Daily Angle. Austin dropped his new 28′ Carolina “Primary Search” yesterday and headed out to the warm water eddy that had pushed into the Poor Man’s Canyon for an… Read more »

Karen’s Day Off

By Scott Lenox Captain Jeff Coats of Pitboss Fishing sent me a report of some awesome striper fishing at the route 90 bridge today.  Captain Jeff took his wife Karen out to enjoy her day off and was rewarded with some really terrific fishing. Steady south breeze and cooler temps than Monday with a tad… Read more »

OC Weighing New Housing District That Would Prohibit Short-Term Rentals In Certain Areas

The Montego Bay community is pictured in Ocean City. Photo by Chris Parypa

OCEAN CITY – The Planning and Zoning Commission voted this week to hold a public hearing on a newly proposed housing district that would prohibit short-term rentals. On Tuesday evening, Zoning Administrator Blaine Smith reported on a housing compliance and regulation seminar that occurred earlier in the day. At the seminar Property Review and Enforcement… Read more »

More Details About Proposed Worcester Sports Arena Discussed; County Undecided On Funds For Feasibility Study

An arena similar to this one in Allen,  Texas is under consideration for Worcester County.

SNOW HILL – While questions remain, Worcester County leaders learned more this week about the 6,200-seat sports arena a Texas company has proposed for northern Worcester County. Representatives from Hat Trick Consulting, the company that has presented plans for a minor league hockey arena, met with the Worcester County Commissioners Tuesday to talk about the… Read more »

Freeman Stage Announces ‘Diverse’ Series Of Events; Attendance Has Grown At Venue From 13,500 First Season To 51,000 In 2014


OCEAN CITY – The Joshua M. Freeman Foundation announced Tuesday the 2015 summer season of The Freeman Stage at Bayside will feature a diverse offering of dance, theatre, children’s performances, and live music to include 16 national recording artists. “We couldn’t be more excited about the mix of classic and contemporary artists that our eighth… Read more »

OC Performing Arts Center’s Opening Night Lauded; Officials Excited For Future

Photo courtesy of The Texas Tenors

OCEAN CITY – City officials were blown away by the first-ever performance at the new Performing Arts Center last weekend. The Roland E. Powell Convention Center’s new Performing Arts Center (PAC) held its first performance on Saturday night. The facility will host concerts, musicals and theatrical productions as well as seminars with its state-of-the-art equipment… Read more »