Scrap Tires Planned For Berlin Park Path

BERLIN – The scrap-tire walking and jogging path long intended for Stephen Decatur Park should begin construction this spring, the Berlin Town Council learned last week.The five-foot wide path will be laid out around the park, stretching six-tenths of a mile and will accommodate walkers and joggers. Bicyclists will be asked not to use the… Read more »

OC Eyes New Street Approach

OCEAN CITY – The fiscal year 2008 street improvement program is preceding smoothly, reported Public Works Director Hal Adkins this week. The FY08 street improvement program is slated for completion by May of 2008. The goal of the annual street improvement programs has been to focus on citywide street improvement based on areas requiring the… Read more »

K-Coast Revamps Online Store

OCEAN CITY – “Log on before you drop in.” That’s become the underlying theme of Kcoast.com, the latest addition to the ever-expanding Ocean City surf shop. K-Coast Surf Shop has grown dramatically since opening its doors nearly 20 years ago, expanding on its locations, products and customer base. The most recent expansion has been revamping… Read more »

OC Burglary Charges Dropped

SNOW HILL – An Ocean City man arrested on the Fourth of July this year after a bizarre sequence of events that started with an alleged break-in at an uptown residence where frozen food was stolen from a freezer and ended with a hit-and-run accident after which the suspect fled on foot had the burglary… Read more »

Planners Give A Little On Campground Buildings

SNOW HILL – Campgrounds should be restricted to accessory buildings 35 feet or less in height, the Worcester County Planning Commission concluded last week at their December meeting.The commission supported an increase in the building height allowed, but did not go as far as Eagle’s Nest campground owner Jack Burbage would have liked.Burbage requested a… Read more »