Final Phase Of 45th Street Village Redevelopment OK’d

OCEAN CITY – With distress, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted to approve the final phase of the 45th Street Village redevelopment that will include outdoor seating and bars at the Shallow Waters restaurant, residential units and new retail space.On Tuesday evening, the Planning and Zoning Commission reviewed a proposed project includes a new 10,282-square-foot… Read more »

Berlin Seahawks Capture Pop Warner Title

BERLIN- The Berlin Seahawks’ midget Pop Warner team last week captured the Henlopen Tournament championship with an impressive overtime win over the Laurel Bulldogs.The Henlopen Tournament title game played at Cape Henlopen High last Saturday featured the Berlin Seahawks and the Laurel Bulldogs. The game was tied at 20-20 after regulation, setting up a dramatic… Read more »

Salvation Army Seeks Bell Ringers

SALISBURY — The Lower Eastern Shore Salvation Army is currently looking for and scheduling volunteers to help with this year’s Red Kettle Campaign.Volunteer bell ringers are needed to man numerous kettles at several locations in the tri-county service area of Somerset, Worcester and Wicomico.If you, your business, church, school, social club or civic organization would… Read more »

A Week In Business

Banks AwardedBERLIN — The Bank of Ocean City and Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company recently received an award from the Maryland Bankers Association (MBA) Financial Education Awards Program, which recognizes member institutions that have excelled in spreading financial education in the communities they service.The Bank of Ocean City and Calvin B. Taylor Bank were awarded… Read more »

Allison Makes Leap From Club To Division I

Allison Makes Leap From Club To Division I

FENWICK- Maggie Allison, a senior at Indian River High, this week signed a national letter of intent to play Division I lacrosse at Towson University last week, which is somewhat remarkable in that her school does not currently offer girls’ varsity lacrosse.Allison has played the last eight years for the Sea Bay Lacrosse Club based… Read more »