BERLIN- The Berlin Dolphins youth football teams enjoyed a big day last Saturday with both teams, the juniors and the cadets, earning big wins over visiting opponents at Buckingham Elementary.The Berlin Dolphins play in the Salvation Army League of Salisbury with 10 teams from as far away as Chincoteague, Virginia. Other teams in the league… Read more »
Revisit Parking LawEditor:Apparently, the Ocean City Town Code allows a mere 48 hours to pay a parking violation ticket without extended penalty. For many, this is impossible. They are on a budgeted vacation and have planned accordingly – they have not included a parking ticket. Many wait until they get home to pay – this,… Read more »
Here’s to hoping the latest wind farm proposal for off Ocean City’s coast goes over better than the one presented years ago.Years ago, when a major wind farm was last pitched for miles off Ocean City, the man making the proposal was practically chased out of City Hall. It was difficult to find fault with… Read more »
Conspiracy theories have been flying along Baltimore Avenue in Ocean City in recent weeks. It’s understandable, considering strangers have been walking along the road and on private properties, marking sidewalks and utilities with spray paint. Questions circulating include: Is the state expanding the roadway for a bus lane? Are the utility lines finally going to… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – An Ocean City man was arrested last week on several charges including assault after attempting to bite an Ocean City police officer.Around 10:30 p.m. last Thursday, an Ocean City police officer on routine traffic patrol stopped a vehicle for numerous traffic violations in the area of 32nd Street and Baltimore Ave. The… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – Resort police last month made a pair of prostitution arrests in Ocean City after discovering several listings by woman offering erotic services in the area on the Internet.Early last month, resort police received several calls about prostitution occurring in Ocean City after which an OCPD undercover officer discovered prostitution advertising on the… Read more »
Assateague Island Oasis: 410-629-1492, Rt. 611; Friday, Oct. 26: Patrick McAllorum; Saturday, Oct. 27: Jon Pheasant; Thursday, Nov. 1: Phil Knight; All entertainment 6:30-9:30 p.m.Blue Ox & Babe’s Lounge: 410-250-6440, 127th St. & Coastal Hwy.; Friday, Oct. 26: TBA; Saturday, Oct. 27: TBA.Buxy’s Salty Dog: 410-289-0973, 28th St. & Coastal Hwy.; Friday, Oct. 26: DJ… Read more »
Reverend Anthony Pileggi, the recently ordained priest from St. John Neumann’s Parish in Ocean Pines, made a special trip to Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School to bless the pets of the students. He is pictured here with seventh-grade student Shaun Kotoski and his dog Molly.
Deaf performing artist Fred Michael Beam and his all-deaf dance company, the Wild Zappers, visited Worcester Prep and gave a dynamic performance for the lower school. The Zappers showed the children how they used counting, vibrations, and visual clues to dance because they couldn’t hear the music. Pictured, in front, are Maddy Shanahan, Ocean Pines,… Read more »
Showell Elementary’s second grade learned about communities by walking the Town Of Berlin and visiting the police and fire departments, the library, Taylor Museum, Atlantic Hotel, PNC Bank and Town Hall. Pictured are Ben Kolarik, Yanir Efergan, Lily Rakow and Justin Hammond holding a mock council meeting with Berlin Mayor Tom Cardinale.