Who’s Playing When and Where Musically Speaking

Who’s Playing When and Where Musically Speaking

Back of the bag410-250-3337130 St. & Coastal Hwy. Friday, Jan. 9: Lower Case BluesSaturday, Jan. 10: Raven’s Tailgate PartySunday, Jan. 11: Playoffs Tailgate Party with The MoodswingersEvery Tuesday: Open Mic Hosted By Tungsten GrooveBuxy’s Salty Dog 410-289-097328th St. & Coastal Hwy. Friday, Jan. 9: TBASaturday, Jan. 10: DJ BKCarousel Resort Hotel & Condominiums410-524-1000On the beach,… Read more »

Woman Dies In House Fire

FENWICK – Tragedy struck early this week when a local woman perished in a fire early Monday evening at her home in Fenwick Island, just across the bay from north Ocean City.Shortly before 6 p.m. on Monday, Ocean City Fire Company units responded to a reported house fire on Jefferson Ave. in Fenwick Island just… Read more »

West OC Murderer Charged With Sex Assault Of Niece

SNOW HILL – Just hours after being sentenced to life in prison, convicted murderer Roberto Antonio Murillo, was served with a battery of new charges alleging sexual assault and abuse on his 16-year-old niece over a two-year period.On Monday morning, Worcester County Circuit Court Judge Theodore Eschenberg sentenced Murillo, 29, a Honduran native living illegally… Read more »

Tons Of Illegal Rockfish Seized

OCEAN CITY – Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) this week seized three tons of illegally harvested striped bass from a trawler at the commercial harbor in West Ocean City after watching the 80-foot vessel drag a net about two miles off the Inlet all day last Sunday.According to Maryland Natural Resources Police spokesman Sgt. Ken… Read more »

OC Looking To Beef Up Security System

OCEAN CITY –It seems that the town’s security system will be tightened with similar tenacity to that of the town’s proverbial spending belt.  Better yet, the heightened security won’t mean a diminished general fund.The City Council unanimously approved to bid out the cost of a City-wide Security Access Control System, which includes a new technologically… Read more »

OC Fire Department Proposes Fiscal Cuts

OCEAN CITY – Chief Chris Larmore knows there’s a fine line between cutting costs and cutting corners on the services provided by the Ocean City Fire Department, and that line was made a bit clearer on Monday night at City Hall.Larmore gave his monthly report to the Mayor and Council and outlined some tactical changes… Read more »

County Posts Funds To Meet Settlement Ruling

SNOW HILL – Silence from the Worcester County Commissioners greeted a reporter’s question on the $1.1 million Beka lawsuit settlement at Tuesday morning’s County Commissioner meeting, before Commission President Louise Gulyas finally said that she did not think the commissioners could discuss the litigation. The commissioners appeared to not want to discuss the matter. Gerry… Read more »

County Forested Land Bought By State

BERLIN – Nearly 4,800 acres of ecologically important forestland in southern Worcester County will be preserved by the state, the Maryland Board of Public Works decided this week.The 4,769-acre Foster property is the largest set of contiguous forestlands in private hands in the state of Maryland. The Nature Conservancy has been working with the Foster… Read more »