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Volunteer firefighters take issue with Ocean City fire chief

The board of directors for Ocean City's Volunteer Fire Company held a special meeting on Aug. 10 to discuss issues the group would like to address with Fire Chief Chris Larmore. It was decided then to hold further discussions until the regular business meeting for volunteer members Tuesday, said Jay

DELMARVA NOW - 2018-08-21 13:00:00

08/20/2018 | AGH, Partners Launch Shore’s First Project SEARCH; Effort Aimed At Helping People With Disabilities Gain Employment | News Ocean City MD

Last week officials from Worcester County Public Schools, Atlantic General Hospital (AGH), the Worcester County Developmental Center and the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) Division of Rehabilitation Services gathered at AGH to celebrate the Eastern Shore’s first Project SEARCH program

THE DISPATCH - 2018-08-20 17:32:52

In Ocean City, unauthorized helicopter activity could soon result in $2,000 fine

But since the church is located on private property, the pilot only needed permission from the property owner, which he had. Later, the Town Council backtracked its original statement and said the pilot had not violated FAA rules.

DELMARVA NOW - 2018-08-20 12:00:00

Ocean City Beach Patrol Coverage Reduced As Seasonal Employees Head Home

Ocean City, Maryland – (August 20, 2018):As Ocean City’s seasonal employees begin to head home, the Ocean City Beach Patrol is reminding beachgoers that the number of surf rescue technicians, AKA lifeguards, who work on the beach day-to-day will also decrease. There will be no unguarded areas of the

OCEANCITY.COM - 2018-08-20 17:38:15

Delaware man faces attempted rape and kidnapping charges following domestic incident

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WMDT.COM - 2018-08-21 02:55:27

Ocean City's solar plant will power the resort and beyond

Ocean City has partnered with Constellation, an Exelon-Pepco company, to build a 10-megawatt solar energy project that will include more than 30,000 photovoltaic panels on 113 acres of land.

DELMARVA NOW - 2018-08-20 19:12:00

Missing Lewes man's body located along the beach of Delaware Seashore State Park

The body of a Lewes man was located in the surf along the beach of Delaware Seashore State Park after he entered the ocean in Rehoboth Beach early Monday morning and never returned.With the assistance of local, state, and federal agencies the Rehoboth Beach Police Department was able to locate the b

DELAWARE1059.COM - 2018-08-20 19:49:00

'I like to think it's a God thing': Surfers bring special camp to kids with autism

OCEAN CITY, Md. -- There's something about the water that's magical. Riding the waves and surfing, that's about as close to the magic as you can get.

WUSA - 2018-08-21 10:33:08

Two women were arrested after a traffic stop lead cops to drug paraphernalia.

Easton Police said they arrested a Cambridge woman Friday after they responded to the Target store and learned she had shoplifted on more than on occasion. Police said they responded to a report of shoplifting at Target, where Danielle Cornish , 31 of Cambridge, was already in custody by loss preven

TOPIX - 2018-08-19 23:16:42

08/16/2018 | Surfers Healing Returns To OC | News Ocean City MD

On Wednesday, 200 children with autism, their families and surfers from Hawaii, California, Puerto Rico and New Zealand gathered on the beach in front of Castle in the Sand Hotel for Ocean City’s ninth annual Surfers Healing camp.

THE DISPATCH

West Ocean City's Surfing Rooster isn't closed. It's just getting a new name

The owners of the restaurant — now called the Surfside Rooster — were contacted by Beach & Barn, a North Carolina-based company, and asked to change the name due to a copyright issue.

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State police make attempted burglary arrest in Frankford

Daisey was charged with second-degree burglary, attempt to commit second-degree burglary, possession of burglar tools, resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of attempt to commit theft. He was released after posting bond.

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Trimper's Rides celebrates 125th Anniversary

"Laughs, smiles, lots of memories, tradition. Families coming back with their children and their children coming 20 years later with their children. Grandmas and their grandsons riding the horse that she rode when she was a child with her grandmother. It's a lot of tradition and a lot of joy,"explai

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National Folk Festival: Will it be a boon for Salisbury businesses?

“Who knows?” said Ogburn, who just returned from a buying trip to New York to stock up before the big weekend. “It’s a mystery to everybody, but we’ll be prepared and have all kinds of cool stuff.”

DELMARVA NOW - 2018-08-20 11:00:00

Environmental supporters rally from boats on the bay in Ocean City

Behind the Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, a band of around 50 kayakers and paddleboarders floated laughing, chanting and posing for photos on Friday.

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08/16/2018 | CMA Kids Care Offers Various School Year Options For Families | News Ocean City MD

OCEAN PINES – As the school year quickly approaches, officials with CMA Kids Care, a division of Chesapeake Martial Arts, are encouraging parents to sign their children up for one of CMA’s child care programs.

THE DISPATCH

Ocean City Jeep Week features new beach obstacle course

Jeep enthusiasts will have the opportunity to drive on the beach course, which will be north of Ocean City's pier and include gentle hills, dips, swoops and mounds made of sand.

DELAWARE ONLINE

New rainbow crosswalk in Downtown Salisbury

"In fact the Mayor's office has even looked into it and as far as we known, this is the very first rainbow crosswalk in the state," says John Wright, board member of P FLAG.

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Ocean City Officials Strengthen Their Opposition to Proposed Wind Farms

Over a year ago, the Maryland Public Service Commission approved the leases for two wind farms off the coast of Ocean City, Maryland—a resort town and commercial fishing mecca. The commission approved 62 turbines at least 14 miles off the coast of Ocean City to be developed by U.S. Wind—a $1.4 billi

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6 Ocean City festivals to attend before summers tragic end

The air might be feeling cooler and the kids might be back in school, butit’s still summer. And that’s the mantra until September 22. And then on September 22, the first day of fall, the new mantra becomes “only 272 days until summer!”

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