Bill Would Allow EpiPens In Some Maryland Food Service Establishments

Bill Would Allow EpiPens In Some Maryland Food Service Establishments

OCEAN CITY — While the legislation makes no specific reference to a tragic incident in late October that claimed the life of one of the resort’s young pillars of the community, a bill was introduced in the General Assembly this week allowing food-service operations to administer auto-injectable epinephrine, or EpiPens, in the event of an… Read more »

Woman Killed Riding Bike In Stockton; Her Child Uninjured; GoFundMe Page Created To Help Family

STOCKTON — A Worcester County woman was struck by a vehicle and killed while riding bicycles with her child on Sunday near Stockton.Around 5:15 p.m. on Sunday, Maryland State Police troopers and Worcester County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the area of Wesley Road in Stockton near the Stockton Fire Department for a reported serious… Read more »

Formalization Of OC Pier Franchise Extension Underway

Formalization Of OC Pier Franchise Extension Underway

OCEAN CITY — Resort officials this week began finalizing the historic Ocean City Fishing Pier franchise agreement with the passage on first reading of a pair of ordinances setting the extension in motion.Last week, Ocean City officials announced it had reached an agreement in principle with Charles “Buddy” Jenkins and his Synepuxent Pier and Improvement… Read more »

Council Votes Down Three Small Cell Towers Near Homes

Council Votes Down Three Small Cell Towers Near Homes

OCEAN CITY – The Ocean City Mayor and Council approved one small-scale cell tower but not three others amid an often-tense debate that included verbal sparring between two councilmen.Last winter, representatives of the private-sector Crown Castle announced a proposal to install nine new small cell towers in certain north-end residential neighborhoods in the interest of… Read more »