Retailers Call Bootlegging Major Problem

OCEAN CITY — Some Boardwalk retailers think that bootlegging is a far more of a rampant problem than laser pointers, salvia and K-2 put together.After Coach Inc. and Coach Services Inc. filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against 13 Boardwalk stores for allegedly bootlegging their copyrighted handbags, dresses and other assorted goods this month, a longstanding… Read more »

Guest Editorial

Guest Editorial

Guest EditorialDrugs Here, Problems RealEditor:I write to express my growing concern for an ongoing problem that has plagued Worcester County. I have been a resident of this county for more than 30 years. I have seen first hand that the drug problem here has grown exponentially in that time. Worcester County has a bountiful supply… Read more »

Voices From the Readers

Voices From the Readers

Readers Weigh In On Smoking Ban TalkEditor:I have been vacationing in OC for at least 45 years. My husband and I own two oceanfront condos, one we have had for twenty years. We have five children and two grandkids. From my perch on the porch of our Belmont Towers condo, I people watch and puff away on my… Read more »

Thoughts From the Publisher’s Desk

Thoughts From the Publisher’s Desk

Political season brings out some interesting sights around these parts. Of course, the signs are everywhere, as obnoxious and redundant as they are, with two more months until the General Election. Two interesting sites I found this week deserved a mention. It appears at least two area neighbors have a little competition going on among… Read more »

Season Ending Surgery Shelves Tate

BERLIN- Former local high school standout Ben Tate, drafted by the Houston Texans in the second round of the NFL draft this spring, had his first season in the league cut short last week when he severely injured his ankle and leg during the team’s first preseason game last weekend.Tate was injured in the third… Read more »

Poor Girls Do It With “Fin-Ness”

OCEAN CITY- The 17th Annual Captain Steve Harman Poor Girls Open fishing tournament last weekend was once again a huge success with plenty of boats and hundreds of lady anglers participating, dozens of billfish released and quite a few weighed at the scale at host Bahia Marina, and most importantly, thousands of dollars raised for… Read more »

Mid-Atlantic $500,000 Underway

OCEAN CITY- The Mid-Atlantic $500,000, with home bases in both Ocean City and Cape May, got underway this week with plenty of action in the early going as a strong white marlin bite continues in the canyons shared by both ports.Ocean City’s collective hangover from the White Marlin Open two weeks ago had just about… Read more »