OCEAN CITY — An Ocean City man arrested in March after police located a methamphetamine lab in a room at a bayfront hotel at 59th Street pleaded guilty this week and was sentenced to five years, all of which was suspended but the time he spent in jail awaiting trial.In March, Ocean City Police arrested… Read more »
During a particularly challenging morning getting the boys ready for school, there was a “mad dad” appearance.While both boys were being uncooperative, having to be reminded multiple times to do what they should be doing on their own, it was Carson who was driving me crazy with antics that would frustrate even if the most… Read more »
Eunice Q. Sorin (1924-2011) was a fun loving free spirit whose generosity and zest for life will long be remembered in Ocean City. A resident of Berlin and an award-winning hair stylist, Eunice and her husband, Herman Sorin, built the Nassau Motel on 61st Street (now the site of the Meridian Condominium) in 1966. The… Read more »
The Maryland Association of Realtors awarded second place to Snow Hill resident Rachel Eure, a student at Salisbury University, in its “Maryland Door Painting Contest.” Eure, a 2016 Art League of Ocean City scholarship winner, is shown with Rina Thaler, executive director of the Ocean City Center for the Arts.
The Pinesteppers Square Dance Club welcomed new dancers at its workshop the first Wednesday in September. The new dancers, under the direction of Club Caller Dennis O’Neal, will progress through the various steps in the choreography of Modern Western Square Dancing. Pictured, front from left, are Nancy Roisum, Carole McClay, Cathy and Dave Winslow and… Read more »
SNOW HILL – The Worcester County Commissioners voted 6-1 Tuesday to approve the sale of one liquor store’s inventory to an Ocean City businessman.Though a motion to accept the same proposal failed with a 3-4 vote last month, the issue was reconsidered Tuesday. The majority of the commissioners agreed to accept the offer from Mike… Read more »
OCEAN CITY- Regardless of what Hurricane Matthew brings to the resort area this weekend, there will be no Offshore Powerboat Racing (OPA) Ocean City Grand Prix.The OPA, which was scheduled to host to the Ocean City Grand Prix offshore powerboat races this weekend, wasted no time in deciding to cancel the event as Hurricane Matthew… Read more »
When my kids sleep past 7 a.m.The shrimp and grits from Urban NectarVotingLeaving the dentist’s officeSwimming in OctoberA clear night sky on a camp out nightScanning bookshelves at other people’s housesMy son’s interest in PeleSleeping on a firm mattressBig canvas printsWatching “Shameless” on Netflix
At their annual Stand Up, Speak Up assembly, Ocean City Elementary School fourth grade students presented a skit teaching strategies for dealing with bullying situations. Pictured are Ethan Bradshaw, Clayton McCabe, Sully Auker, Jocelyn Navarrete, Lucas Magathan, Damira Hill, Hannah Richie, Nevaeh Horton and Solomon David.