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Historical Museum to Celebrate 100 Years of U.S. Coast Guard

Historical Museum to Celebrate 100 Years of U.S. Coast Guard

The Ocean City Historical Museum will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the creation of the U.S. Coast Guard with a special presentation 2 p.m. Wednesday (Jan. 28). Fred Miller, an Ocean City historian, and John Loeper, president of Ocean City’s Life Saving Station No. 30, will trace the Coast Guard from its founding to its present-day expanded missions. […]

By January 24, 2015 1 Comments Read More →
Historian to Celebrate 100th Anniversary of Phillies Pennant in O.C. on Feb. 21

Historian to Celebrate 100th Anniversary of Phillies Pennant in O.C. on Feb. 21

The following is from Ocean City Public Relations Director Mark Soifer: This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Phillies winning their first National League pennant. I know this is true because Bob Warrington told me so. Bob is a nationally recognized historian, author and long-time collector of artifacts related to the Phillies and former Philadelphia […]

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Parents and Children Invited to ‘Pills to Heroin’ Presentation on Thursday

Parents and Children Invited to ‘Pills to Heroin’ Presentation on Thursday

The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office, the Ocean City Police Department, the Ocean City School District and Kim Mounce, department head of Cape Assist’s Community Initiatives, are partnering to present a “Pills to Heroin Presentation” 6 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 22) at Ocean City High School’s Hughes Performing Arts Center (beach block of Sixth Street). Parents […]

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Beaches, Boardwalk, Bay

Image Gallery: Good Surf on Saturday in Ocean City

Image Gallery: Good Surf on Saturday in Ocean City

A great winter for surf continued on Saturday as offshore winds on the tail end of a coastal storm cleaned up some overhead waves for a good crowd of the frozen faithful. The ocean water temperature was 38 degrees on Saturday afternoon and the air temperature 37 degrees. Another storm system is expected to arrive […]

By January 24, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
A $5 Million Dollar Promise: ‘They Better Be Dredging by July 1′

A $5 Million Dollar Promise: ‘They Better Be Dredging by July 1′

City Council voted unanimously Thursday (Jan. 22) to spend $5 million this year to dredge lagoons and bayside channels that are too shallow for boat traffic. The commitment represents half of what Ocean City spent on all capital projects last year and matches the total spent during the entire four years of the last mayoral administration, according to […]

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Beach to Close 1,000 Feet at a Time for Summer Dredging in Ocean City

Beach to Close 1,000 Feet at a Time for Summer Dredging in Ocean City

Ocean City officials met Thursday morning with representatives from the company that will rebuild eroded beaches at the southern end of the island and learned more about the timeline for a massive project that will stretch into the summer tourist season. The date for Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company to start pumping new sand onto Ocean […]

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