14th OC Lax Classic One For Books

OCEAN CITY- The 14th Annual Ocean City Lacrosse Classic, held in the resort area over four days last weekend, was one of the best ever with 63 total teams competing including some of the best lacrosse players in the country.The event has grown by leaps and bounds since inception in 1993 when just a handful… Read more »

Live Bands and DJs

Live Bands and DJs

Angler, The: 410-289-7424, Talbot St & the bay; Outside Deck: Sunday, Aug. 26: Blue Sky, 4-7 p.m.; Last Sunday night; Locals Social with DJ Deogee.Assateague Island Oasis: 410-629-1492, Rt. 611; Friday & Saturday, Aug. 24 & 25: Patrick McAllorum; Sunday, Aug. 26 & Wednesday, Aug. 29: Jon Pheasant. All entertainment starts at 6:30 p.m.Blue Ox… Read more »

What Others Are Saying

What Others Are Saying

Thomas E. Perez, Maryland’s secretary of labor, licensing and regulation, has issued a report that buttresses the stated goal of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration to grant slot-machine gambling licenses to selected racetracks as a means of saving the state’s racing industry and preserving the jobs and farmland that depend on it. The report, which is… Read more »

Voices From The Readers

Voices From The Readers

Be Concerned About About Water QualityEditor:On Aug. 10-12, the Worcester County Fair was held in Byrd Park in Snow Hill and it was a great event for everyone. However, someone decided to put chains across the boat ramps and closed them for all three days of the event with no public notice. There was plenty… Read more »

Naked Rodeo On Assateague

ASSATEAGUE – Two Ocean City men were arrested on disorderly conduct charges and other offenses after a wild incident on Assateague Island involving attempting to ride wild ponies and tackle sika deer.Around 6 a.m. last Saturday, Aug. 18, Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) responded to a campsite in Assateague State Park for a report of… Read more »

Thursday, August 23 – Ocean City Room Tax Hike Proposal Clears First Hurdle

OCEAN CITY – Just one week after the Ocean City Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Association (OCHMRA) appeared before the Mayor and Council to present its plan to increase advertising funds, the City Council has approved the first reading of the ordinance outlining the plan. The ordinance, which details the plan for directing the expenditure of certain monies from… Read more »

EA Engineering

EA Engineering, Science and Technology had a grand opening and Ribbon Cutting ceremony withy the Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce. Above, EA staff members John Kumm, Melissa Smith, Sarah Ridgway and Heather Goodling are pictured.

Art at the Beach

Sixty-five students participated in the Art at the Beach program this summer sponsored by the Art League of Ocean City. The students received instruction from 10 volunteer members of the ALOC. Sessions were held at the Ocean Pines Library and at the ALOC. Submitted Photos