Featuring Homecoming, Old School Rivalry, Alumni Fun & Hall of Fame Induction
The Ocean City Alumni Association will celebrate its 9th Annual Red & White Weekend this year the weekend of October 20-22.
The weekend festivities will begin Friday, October 20th with a pre-game picnic rally from 4:00-6:00pm before the home football game vs. Mainland. The 6:00 football game will be followed by fun and merriment at the Deauville Inn, Strathmere...
This property has a north-end location. It is located within two block of the beach. The boardwalk with amusements, shopping and restaurants is nearby. Downtown shopping is also close. There is a causeway leading north out of Ocean City for easy access to Atlantic City and the casinos. There are tennis courts and a playground in the area.
At Broadley’s, we don’t want you to get left out in the cold! Poorly functioning heating units or high energy bills are cause for fall (and winter) woes. Purchasing a more efficient heating unit may be able to help with both of these problems. Along with making a purchase, there are at-home and Broadley’s-professional maintenance options to utilize. Below are 5 energy solutions to keep you comfortable as the seasons change.
This luxurious ocean side retreat is loaded with upgrades! Each unit features hardwood floors, a gourmet kitchen, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, custom tiled bathrooms, private parking, a spacious floor plan and much more. Located just steps from one of Ocean city's finest beaches!
After several days of heat and humidity, we turn to more comfortable weather. A backdoor cold front has moved through switching winds to the easterly direction allowing for "cooler" air to dominate the region. Temperatures will hold in the 70s and humidity will drop. A mix of sun & clouds is expected for Wednesday. UV index will still be very high...
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The Ocean City Housing Authority was forced to cancel its second straight monthly meeting because of vacancies on its board of commissioners, but help is on the way.
The seven-member board is down to only four commissioners following the death of Ed Speitel in September and resignation of Portia Thompson.
There is a third vacancy on the board because Gov. Chris Christie has not yet appointed his representative to the authority. The governor’s seat has been open for more than a year, and it is not yet clear when Christie intends to fill it, said Bob Barr, a city councilman who also serves as the housing authority’s chairman...