Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

Clearly, the time has come for the town to shut down its “Sea For Yourself” guide, which essentially provides the same materials as the Ocean City Chamber’s tourist guide. The two publications essentially carry the same materials and a majority of the advertisements are duplicated from one to the other. All sides seem to agree… Read more »

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

The political season continues, at least in Berlin, where a three-man race has developed for the District 1 council seat, a vacancy created by Gee Williams’ recent election to mayor. This is a compelling situation. As we learned in the October election, three-way races in a small town can be interesting, and it’s really anyone’s… Read more »

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

Over the last decade, the local lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police has become a player in Ocean City elections. The lodge started playing a role when it launched its eventually successful bid for collective bargaining with binding arbitration and its active role has continued in recent years with candidate endorsements and high-profile visibility… Read more »

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

It must be campaign season if local media outlets are receiving unsigned, poison pen emails and letters about candidates running for office. While we carry a general disdain for these types of unsubstantiated communications, there was one presented this week that an investigation determined to at least have some merit.Two knowledgeable sources, speaking on the… Read more »