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Dine and Stay in Ocean City raises $71K for United Way

Representatives from restaurants and hotels participating in Dine and Stay United celebrate raising over $71,000 for United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore between June 1 and Sept. 30. (Nov. 24, 2017) United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently announced the results of the Dine and Stay United co

OCEAN CITY TODAY - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Bobby Baker and rise of good times in Ocean City

printed 11/24/2017 Bobby Baker and Ocean City - The one-time king of the smooth operators in the U.S. Senate and a small resort town on the Maryland coast. What does Baker, congressional bag man and wheeler-dealer who died at 89 years of age on Nov. 12 in St. Augustine, Florida, have to do with Ocea

OCEAN CITY TODAY - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

25th annual 'Winterfest of Lights' kicks off Ocean City holiday season

Now celebrating its 25th year, Ocean City's Winterfest of Lights, which will extend through December 31, officially kicked off the resort town's holiday season. Published by Reed Shelton Ocean City's Winterfest of Lights, now celebrating its 25th anniversary, has officially kicked off the holiday s


US Wind to install fewer, but taller, turbines

Siemans 6 MW turbine (Nov. 24, 2017) While little has changed on the Ocean City side of the dispute between the resort and the companies that have contracted with the state to harvest wind power from the shoreline, the technology has advanced where US Wind has the opportunity to install fewer, albe

OCEAN CITY TODAY - 2017-11-22 23:59:59

Sports complex gets even more so

(Nov. 24, 2017) Several county elected and other officials said this week they had no knowledge of Ocean City's interest in constructing an outdoor sports complex, as they continue their own efforts to build a facility somewhere in Worcester. County Administrator Harold Higgins and Kelly Shannahan,

OCEAN CITY TODAY - 2017-11-22 23:59:59

OC Recreation Boosters donate to youth programs

(Nov. 24, 2017) The Ocean City Recreation Boosters recently donated $7,750 toward the Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department's youth programs held in the fall. "This year the OC Recreation Boosters gave over $46,000 to help financially support youth programs," Ocean City Recreation Boosters Pres

OCEAN CITY TODAY - 2017-11-22 18:56:10

OC Approves $28M Bond To Finance Convention Center Expansion, Public Works Projects

The Roland E. Powell Convention Center on 40th Street bayside is pictured. File photo by Chris Parypa OCEAN CITY - Officials in Ocean City this week approved on second reading a $28 million bond sale that will finance several large projects, but not before hearing opposition from the public. On Mond

THE DISPATCH - 2017-11-22 14:06:39

Ribbon cutting for new platform tennis courts

(Nov. 24, 2017) The Ocean Pines Association will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its newest addition to the Manklin Meadows Racquet Sports Complex. The ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 11 a.m. will mark the grand opening of two new platform tennis courts, located at 11443 Manklin Creek Road in Oce

OCEAN CITY TODAY - 2017-11-22 20:04:44

Unknown liquid at Pelham High prompts early dismissal

PELHAM - Pelham High School students were sent home early Tuesday after a report of an unknown liquid in the building. The school resource officer was first made aware at 11:25 a.m. that a student had brought the bottle of liquid to the school. Additional officers were called in to assist in the inv

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-22 08:59:00

Pelham High School dismissed after unknown chemical found

Pelham High School was dismissed early Tuesday because of an odor from an unknown chemical. There were few details immediately available, but Pelham police said classes were canceled early for the day because of the unknown chemical in a container. Police and fire officials were investigating. This

WMUR.COM - 2017-11-21 18:32:00

Ring in the holidays with Santa parade

Retired Dep. Fire Chief Kevin Connors is the grand marshal of this year's Santa Parade. One of their own gets the top honor at Sunday's annual Santa Parade hosted by the Andover firefighters. Lifelong resident and recently retired Deputy Fire Chief Kevin Connors is the Grand Marshall of the 2017 San

ANDOVER TOWNSMAN - 2017-11-23 09:00:00

Mulkerin motivated to go out a winner

BILLERICA -- Long before he wore a Billerica High football uniform, Morgan Mulkerin spent the fourth Thursday in November sitting in the stands rooting on his beloved Indians against Chelmsford. In a rivalry that dates back to 1927, according to The Sun archives, and is chock-full of thrills and Tu

THEVALLEYDISPATCH.COM - 2017-11-23 12:00:15

'It never gets old'

WORCESTER - All Andover senior Sophia Ju has known during her high school swimming career is the feeling of being a champion. And that's never going to change. Sunday afternoon at WPI, the juggernaut that is Andover swimming was machine-like in it's demolition of the rest of Division 1. The Warriors

ANDOVER TOWNSMAN - 2017-11-23 09:00:00

Displaced Puerto Rican family finds happiness in small blessings

LOWELL -- Wednesday marked one month since Areliz Gonzalez arrived in Lowell to stay with her sister after leaving Puerto Rico. Weeks after Hurricane Maria flooded her cement block home in Rio Grande -- a municipality on the island's northeastern coast -- Gonzalez said her family was able to collec

LOWELL SUN - 2017-11-23 01:21:31

Green Line Extension, extended: Residents hear from MBTA about potential added stop to GLX

Residents of Medford and surrounding communities met and discussed the possible impacts, both positive and negative, of a proposed addition to the Green Line Extension at Route 16/Mystic Valley Parkway. More than 50 people from Medford and surrounding communities attended a public information meetin

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 22:46:26

City of Lights brings holiday magic

LOWELL -- The most wonderful time of the year is upon us. The City of Lights Parade and Celebration returns to Lowell on Saturday, bringing with it a wide range of holiday-themed sights, sounds and activities. A handful of new attractions will join the event this year, which has been an annual stap

LOWELL SUN - 2017-11-22 16:30:26

Drug charges against Kane man withdrawn

Drug charges that were filed in April against a Kane man were withdrawn. John H. Brooks, 38, was scheduled for a preliminary hearing Monday before District Judge David Engman; however, court records indicate the charges were withdrawn. Brooks was charged April 28 with possession with the intent to d

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-11-21 15:00:00

County RDA reviews slate of properties

The Warren County Redevelopment Authority met on Tuesday to move forward on several local properties under review. The group had scheduled a conservatorship hearing for 15235 Rt. 6 in Mead Township. That property was sold at tax sale on Nov. 13, and the new owners have begun cleanup. Solicitor Andre

WARREN TIMES-OBSERVER - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Man shot by Johnsonburg police officer during arrest

Early Tuesday morning, a Johnsonburg police officer shot a man who was wanted on a warrant, injuring him. Pennsylvania State Police from Troop C, who are investigating the incident, have not released the identities of the officer or the injured person, except to say they were a veteran officer and a

BRADFORD ERA - 2017-11-22 15:00:00

Community dinner offered throughout county on Nov. 23

The Salvation Army will hold its community Thanksgiving dinner at St. Joseph Church, 600 Pennsylvania Ave. West, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. Paul's Center, 2 Four Mile Road, Sheffield, will host a community Thanksgiving dinner from 1 to 3 p.m. for dine in and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for take out and delivery.