Random Thoughts From A Dad

Throughout the everyday adventures that permeate life with my boys, I have found myself questioning my maturing level.Thanks to my kids, I am fully aware how incredibly juvenile I can be. I consider this newfound coziness with my immature side to be a perk of having kids.The only problem is I am constantly trying to… Read more »

Letters From Our Readers

An Unaffiliated VoterEditor:I read a recent letter that appeared in The Dispatch about changing voter registration. I, too, have recently changed my registration – twice. When I was young, I was registered Democrat. My father had always told me “to make your vote count in Maryland you must register Democrat.” Later on in life, I… Read more »

Elected Officials’ Pay Raise Talk Is Crazy

It was appalling to hear elected official salaries, and the mere suggestion it should be higher, even discussed this week, particularly at a time when governments are slashing spending across the board, leaving vacant positions unfilled, increasing parking fees, cutting services and sending people to the unemployment line.At City Hall this week, however, that’s exactly… Read more »

Restaurant Marks One Year Since Ocean City Return

T.K. DickersonStaff WriterOCEAN CITY – Most Boardwalk eateries in Ocean City dish up their own versions of burgers, pizza or French fries. However, inside the Courtyard Marriott on 15th Street, the Captain’s Table restaurant serves delicious, high-quality entrees in an atmosphere that is a unique combination of beach casual and fine dining.Though this marks the… Read more »

High-Speed Chase Ends With Flipped Cars

OCEAN CITY – A Pasadena, Md. man was arrested on drunk driving and multiple other charges last weekend after allegedly stealing a car in north Ocean City and leading resort police on a lights out, high-speed chase that ended with multiple vehicles flipped over and on their roofs.Around 11:40 p.m. last Saturday, Ocean City Police… Read more »

SHORE UP! gets $50K Grant for Summer Program

SHORE UP! Inc. received a $50,000 grant in June from the Md. Department of Housing and CommunityDevelopment to run its Summer Youth Employment Project (SYEP).  In addition, Delmarva Power donated 100Energy Efficiency Kits to SHORE UP! Above, Alicia Robinson, SHORE UP! Inc. Planning Coordinator, accepts an Energy Efficiency Kit from Michael Hoy, Delmarva Power’s Manager… Read more »