More Frustrations Expressed Over New Radio System

SNOW HILL – The Worcester County Commissioners again voiced frustration with the county’s new radio system this week.A representative of Federal Engineering, the company hired to assess the new public safety radio system installed by Harris Corporation, presented the commissioners with a report Tuesday. The recommendations included in it resulted in the commissioners again expressing… Read more »

Man Arrested After Disorderly Naked Incident

OCEAN CITY — A local man was arrested on indecent exposure and disorderly conduct charges last weekend after a mid-day series of disturbing events.Around noon last Friday, Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) officers were dispatched to an uptown shopping center at 118th Street for a reportedly naked and disorderly male in the parking lot. An… Read more »

Funds Approved For North OC Park Redevelopment

OCEAN CITY — A north-end public park will retain its long-time outdoor racquetball court as resort officials this week approved the roughly $82,000 expenditure to keep it.During a meeting last week, Recreation and Parks Committee members got an overview on the progress of the redevelopment of Gorman Park in the north end near 136th Street…. Read more »

County Commits Funds For Coast Guard Meals

SNOW HILL – As the government shutdown continues, county officials agreed to provide some meal funding to local Coast Guard personnel.At the close of Tuesday’s meeting, the Worcester County Commissioners agreed to donate $740 to help fund meals for local Coast Guard personnel. The request came at the suggestion of Commissioner Bud Church, who said… Read more »

Commissioners Pledge Funding To Land Preservation Program

Commissioners Pledge Funding To Land Preservation Program

SNOW HILL – County officials agreed to increase funding to an agricultural land preservation program.The Worcester County Commissioners voted 6-1, with Commissioner Ted Elder opposed, to commit roughly $64,000 to the Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation (MALPF) program. The commitment will ensure the county remains eligible for state funding toward easement acquisition.“When we put this… Read more »