‘Mr. Ocean City Parks’ Retiring After 37 Years With Town

OCEAN CITY — Long-time Ocean City Parks Division Superintendent Calvin Ginnavan, who affectionately earned the title “Mr. Ocean City Parks” during his career, was feted this week with a special retirement ceremony at City Hall. For 37 years, Ginnavan led the Parks Division of the Recreation and Parks Department, shepherding Ocean City through decades of… Read more »

Council Approves Lighting Up Beach Ball Water Tower, But Not Before Mild Debate On Funding Source

OCEAN CITY — Resort officials approved a relatively low cost plan for illuminating the new beach ball-themed water tower at 1st Street but not before considerable debate about how the project should be funded. Last year, the new municipal water tower was constructed at 1st Street and St. Louis Avenue and was later adorned with… Read more »

UPDATED: Services Announced For Departed Jail Warden; Commissioners Issue Comments At Meeting

SNOW HILL – Worcester County lost a respected and well-liked community leader with the death of Warden Garry Mumford last week. Many in the audience wiped away tears as the Worcester County Commissioners shared their praise and memories of Mumford during Tuesday’s regular meeting.  Mumford, 57, passed away April 22 after a brief illness. “Worcester… Read more »

Worcester School System Recognized By United Way

recognized Worcester County’s public school system last week for doubling its contribution to the charitable organization. During Tuesday’s meeting of the Worcester County Board of Education, Oliva Momme, community outreach manager for United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, offered her thanks for the school system’s renewed fundraising efforts. Worcester County Public Schools (WCPS) raised… Read more »