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How about mouthwatering lump crab meat with an avocado spread on toast with a hint of basil, mint and olive oil or a classic eggs benedict with hollandaise sauce and thick chunks of home fries? Maybe you are in the mood for something on the sweeter side? Try an order of giant blueberry pancakes sprinkled with powdered sugar hearty enough to satisfy the biggest morning appetite. These are just a some of the entrees offered at Dockside Kitchen, 228 Bay Ave. in Ocean City...
Emergency crews responded to a helicopter crash in the marshlands near Ocean City Municipal Airport on Friday morning. Two people on board the helicopter were taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
The cuteness factor was off the charts. Find out the winners in the 2018 Ocean City Baby Parade contest.
Atlantic Christian School in Egg Harbor Township is expanding its technology programs to prepare its students for the jobs of the future.
The Ocean City Free Public Library will hold an informational meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 13, to discuss renovation plans for the second floor. The public is invited.
More than 60 of the youngest and fastest new Ocean City residents and visitors raced in the Pamper Scamper on Tuesday morning. Read about the winners.
For its 109th year, the Ocean City Baby Parade returns as a morning event. The 2018 parade will start at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, August 9, on the Boardwalk at Sixth Street.
Sisters Tracy Butcher and Tammy Haley had their Friday set. They packed enough for a day trip, put their bicycles on the racks, left their Cumberland County homes and headed for Ocean City. “We came down to ride bikes on the Boardwalk,” Butcher, of Maurice River Township said. “We had no idea there was an art show. We were happy to stumble upon it.” The 56th annual Boardwalk Art Show started Friday morning and will go through Sunday between Eighth Street and 13th Street. Artists showcased their watercolors, acrylic paintings, photography, along with handmade jewelry...
Jenna Mazurowski, 8, may be a twin, but when it comes to creating a masterpiece out of sand, she prefers to work solo and let her sister, Ellie, showcase her artistic talents elsewhere – specifically a few yards away. The twins joined other families to create works of art, albeit very temporary ones, during a sand sculpting contest at the 6th Street Beach in Ocean City Thursday morning. Ocean City Special Events Director Michael Hartman and Junior Miss Ocean City Hope Aita judged the contest. All participants received ribbons. Special ribbons were awarded to the top sculptors. The categories were age 5 and under, ages 6-8, ages 9-11 and a family division. The top three in the family division were awarded cool trophies...