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For the second time in less than three years, Worcester County has lost its economic development director. Back in September 2015, Bill Badger resigned aft... [Read More]
It's often said when people die after a cancer diagnosis that they lost their fight or battle. I remember many years ago writing something to... [Read More]
OC's Message On Recycling Disturbing Editor: I am once again writing about Ocean City's lack of a curbside recycling program. I was told several years... [Read More]
OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department's boys' winter basketball league continued last week with several games in different age bracket... [Read More]
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur's varsity wrestling team this weekend is hosting its annual War on the Shore tournament featuring some of the top prep teams and... [Read More]
In some ways, Carson is more outgoing than Beckett. Considering Beckett is a self-proclaimed and enthusiastic "lover of talking" and Carson is non-verbal,... [Read More]
With an eye on tightening security and limiting entry points on the Boardwalk, the Ocean City Mayor and Council approved funding for the prel... [Read More]
Legislation creating special enforcement zones to help stem some of the issues associated with the mobilized special events in Ocean City wil... [Read More]
The battle against opening the ocean to drilling for oil began anew this week after the Trump administration announced a plan to consider vas... [Read More]
Ocean Pines Association officials have closed The Cove at Mumford's Landing following the discovery of mold. Late last week the association a... [Read More]
Following last week's conviction of a Maryland man of homicide while driving impaired, the victim's family released a statement expressing reli... [Read More]
Worcester County Economic Development Director Merry Mears will leave the county to take a private sector position. On Monday, Wicomico County... [Read More]
Officials in Ocean City this week agreed to modify bus operations along Coastal Highway after snow removal efforts from last week's Winter Sto... [Read More]
Despite the chilling temperatures, officials at Atlantic General Hospital have deemed this year's 24th Annual Penguin Swim a success. As in years... [Read More]
An uptown hotel was evacuated on a chilly Tuesday morning after three cars in the parking lot caught fire. Around 9:13 a.m. on Tuesday, the... [Read More]
A Honduran man, who was convicted of first-degree murder for the stabbing death of a popular local woman in April 2008 and sentenced to life... [Read More]
Jan. 5: Cash Bingo Bishopville Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary, Main Station. Cost: $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Twenty regular games with payout o... [Read More]
The Worcester County Commissioners recognized the importance of mentoring with a proclamation this week. On Tuesday the commissioners partnered... [Read More]
This photo depicts the corner of Caroline Street and Philadelphia Avenue in 1930. The homemade tennis court was on the west side of the home... [Read More]
The frigid temperatures of late curtailed what was heading toward a record-breaking year for Winterfest of Lights in its 25th season, but the... [Read More]