Redistricting Ruling Appeal Stalls Inevitable

Redistricting Ruling Appeal Stalls Inevitable

It’s tough to understand Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh’s decision to appeal a judicial panel’s opinion the state’s current congressional district map is unconstitutional.Earlier this month, a special three-judge panel ruled the state should “establish a neutral commission” to redraw Maryland’s congressional boundaries. The panel was unanimous in its opinion with one judge writing, “There… Read more »

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk – November 16, 2018

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk – November 16, 2018

At last week’s organization meeting, the Ocean City Mayor and Council resembled the Worcester County Commissioners. The commissioners routinely make decisions in private before the issues are even discussed privately. The majority of the council did just that last week.The vote for the council president was clearly orchestrated beforehand. Before outlining his position that Councilman… Read more »

Ocean City Community Will Miss Greg Hall

Ocean City Community Will Miss Greg Hall

Almost as quietly as his unassuming personality, an Ocean City legend whose fingerprints are all over the resort’s landscape and the seafloor off its coast passed away last week, but his contributions certainly aren’t going unnoticed.Affable and humble, Captain Gregory Akers Hall, who died at the age of 69 on Oct. 25, leaves in his… Read more »