Business License For OC Rental Discussion Continues

OCEAN CITY — The debate over requiring all short-term vacation rental listings to include business license information renewed this week, but there were still no clear-cut solutions decided upon.During an earlier discussion last month, a debate ensued about requiring all vacation rental listings to include business license information. Staff was directed to explore that option… Read more »

Agencies Wrap Up Fatal Plane Crash Recovery Effort; Woman Remains Missing

BERLIN – The following is the full text of a press release dated Friday, March 16 from Maryland State Police.State and military underwater recovery teams have concluded their operations off Ocean City in response to the fatal plane crash there earlier this month.The multiple underwater recovery operations conducted resulted in the recovery of one. The… Read more »

St. Pat’s Soccer Tourney Starts This Weekend

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s annual St. Patrick’s Soccer Tournament returns for the 30th year this weekend with roughly 150 teams and hundreds of players from all over the region ready to converge on the resort for the start of the four-weekend event.From modest beginnings 30 years ago, the annual St…. Read more »

Seahawks Earn Top Seed In 3A-East Regional

Seahawks Earn Top Seed In 3A-East Regional

BERLIN- The state 3A-East region basketball tournament brackets were released this week and for the third year in a row, the top-seeded Decatur boys team will be staying home as long it continues to advance.The Seahawks entered the last week of the regular season in a tie with Bayside South rival Bennett for the top… Read more »

Decatur Narrowly Misses Bayside Title

Decatur Narrowly Misses Bayside Title

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity wrestling team turned in a strong performance at the Bayside Conference championships last weekend but fell just short of a team championship by a narrow two points.The Seahawks’ Jagger Clapsadle and Caleb Bourne won conference championships at 106 and 220 respectively. However, when the dust settled and the scores were counted,… Read more »

Decatur Swimmers Dominate Regionals

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s men’s and women’s varsity swimming teams were outstanding at the state 3A-2A-1A East regional meet last weekend at the University of Maryland-College Park with several athletes winning and placing in individual events.In the men’s 200 individual medley, Decatur Jack Slaysman finished first and Patrick O’Halloran finished third. Richard Poist finished first in… Read more »