Principal Belinda Gulyas of the Cedar Chapel Special School attended the meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City on Aug. 17. She is shown accepting a $500 donation from Kiwanis President Mark Joseph and Kiwanian Past President Carolyn Dryzga.
OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Marlin Club’s annual Labor Day White Marlin Tournament returns next weekend for the 58th time as the “granddaddy” of resort area fishing tournaments.While it may lack the glamour and high payouts of the White Marlin Open, the Ocean City Marlin Club’s 56th Annual Labor Day White Marlin Tournament trumps all… Read more »
Community members are pictured enjoying an event at the Ropewalk Restaurant sponsored by Senator Jim Mathias. Pictured, from left, are Judy Davis and Jerry White, Democratic Central Committee Worcester County members; Arlene Page, NARFE; and Barbara Purnell, Germantown School Community Heritage Center.
OCEAN CITY — With Labor Day fast approaching, it appears there were few if any conflicts this summer over the new regulations governing sensitive bird-nesting islands in the coastal bays.Last year, after the federal Army Corps of Engineers dredged the navigation channels in and around the coastal bays behind Ocean City last year, roughly 400,000… Read more »
Disturbing Crime ReportEditor:Truilia.com is a (worldwide) website used for potential property buyers to search for homes. On this site, there is a small colored map used to identify crime in the area of the home you are looking at.Along list of arrests and incidents is shown for a beautiful property listed on Edgewater Avenue in… Read more »
United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently held its annual Board and Staff Kickoff event, generating a record-breaking $79,110 for the upcoming campaign year. Hosted by Cathie and Jack Thomas, the event serves as an internal kickoff of the campaign, allowing board and staff members to announce their own personal contributions. United Way is… Read more »
OCEAN CITY — With increased growth and development outside the resort’s borders, Ocean City transportation officials are preparing to take a broader look at the municipal public transit system.During last Tuesday’s Transportation Committee meeting, new Transit Director Mark Rickards told members his top priority thus far was learning about the municipal bus system and exploring… Read more »
SELBYVILLE — Delaware State Police, in cooperation with federal Homeland Security officials and the Ocean City Police Department, last week concluded an eight-month investigation into a human trafficking ring in neighboring Sussex County with the arrests of two local men considered the ringleaders in the operation.Beginning last December, investigators obtained information a suspect identified as… Read more »
BERLIN- For the first time in 33 years, Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team is going through its pre-season camp without its familiar head coach Bob Knox leading the way.Decatur Principal Tom Zimmer on Monday announced Knox, who has roamed the sidelines for the Seahawks every year since 1984, is taking a leave of absence for… Read more »
SNOW HILL – No one doubted that the large contract Hardwire LLC acquired with the NYPD would benefit the Pocomoke-based company. What many may not have realized is that other Worcester County businesses are beginning to profit from Hardwire’s success.As Hardwire builds bulletproof doors for the NYPD, Snow Hill Auto Body is painting them.“We’re glad… Read more »