The weather was sneaky today….overcast this morning after some rain last night gave way to beautiful sunny skies with overhead passes of the Blue Angels as they practiced for this weekend’s OC Air Show. BUT, it was windy. The ocean going fleet was tied to the dock and the back bay guys had a tough… Read more »
The Most Blessed Sacrament fifth grade class visited the Worcester County Veterans Memorial in Ocean Pines to learn the history of the memorial park, how to properly fold a flag and the importance of honoring veterans. Students Laila Pascucci and Chloe March are pictured with members of the Naval Junior ROTC from Stephen Decatur High… Read more »
Summer of 1963Volume VIIIIEdition 10Issue HighlightsAn editorial, “The Vacant 8 Months,” read, “Late last spring the Mayor and Council were practically forced into hiring a much needed publicity man for Ocean City. Now that the resort has a publicity bureau of sorts we’d like to see town officials vote a small winter budget to the… Read more »
Ravens Roost #44 presented scholarships to three outstanding Stephen Decatur High School student/athletes on May 22. The scholarships were presented by Roost member Marvin Brewster, left, to graduates Alexis Black, Grace Beyers and Brett Berquist. The scholarships are funded by proceeds from an annual charity golf tournament held at Ocean Pines Country Club.
A beach day capped off by a concertTossing junk mail immediatelyFunny old sayingsTeens who treat their parents wellSpecial event days in BerlinA house with a big, open kitchenBreakfast food for dinnerA busy marina in the afternoon with many boats coming inListening to a reader’s critique of this newspaperLooking over a home’s bookshelvesA freshly detailed vehicle
Atlantic General Hospital representatives visited Worcester Preparatory School on May 28 to accept a $525.25 donation from second graders who raised the money during their annual Bread Sale. The sale was modeled like a small business project, with the students baking the bread and then selling it in their classroom cafe for 25 cents to… Read more »
The Paddock was one of Ocean City’s most popular nightclubs for 60 years. Built by Gabby Mancini, Sr. on the corner of 18th Street and Philadelphia Avenue in 1953, it featured live entertainment. The Saturday afternoon jam sessions were legendary and drew crowds to what in that era was considered “way up the beach.”The original building… Read more »