Mid-Atlantic Tournament Returns Next Week

OCEAN CITY- The resort area’s collective hangover from last week’s White Marlin Open has just about worn off in time for the next big event on the summer sportfishing calendar- the 26th Annual Mid-Atlantic, a Cape May, N.J.-based tournament that will again have a strong presence in Ocean City again this year.Now in its 26th… Read more »

A Week In Business – August 17, 2018

AGH Adds PulmonologistBERLIN – Atlantic General Hospital recently announced that Anthony Perella, MD has returned to full-time practice on the Eastern Shore.Perella is a board-certified pulmonologist with more than 18 years of experience in inpatient critical care as well as treatment of acute and chronic lung conditions in the office setting.Perella joined the medical staff… Read more »

Congrats To Berlin

Congrats To Berlin

It wasn’t the result desired, but the Berlin Little League team that played twice on national television last week did our region proud.The squad fell just short of advancing to Williamsport, Pa. for the Little League World Series last Sunday when it ran into a hot pitcher, who no-hit our local boys. That loss should… Read more »

Agencies Partner On Police Academy

BERLIN — The Ocean Pines Police Department is joining forces with neighboring law enforcement to co-host Ocean City’s longstanding Citizens Police Academy.The partnership with Ocean City and Ocean Pines police departments, Worcester County Sheriff’s Office, and Maryland State Police Berlin Barracks is the first of its kind for the academy.“The Ocean Pines Police Department is… Read more »

Jellyfish Festival MOU Gets Green Light From Commitee

OCEAN CITY- More details emerged this week for the inaugural Jellyfish Music Festival and associated homegrown, family-friendly events scheduled for next June after the Recreation and Parks Committee voted to forward a favorable recommendation to the Mayor and Council.In April, the Mayor and Council approved a roughly $263,000 investment in the proposed Jellyfish Music Festival… Read more »

Park Cottage’s Future Discussed

SALISBURY – Officials in Wicomico County have agreed to move forward with plans to either sell or demolish a dilapidated cottage in Powellville.On Tuesday, Aug. 7, Wayne Strausburg, the county’s director of administration, came before the Wicomico County Council in an open work session to seek a course of action for a vacant cottage at… Read more »