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Local Girls Advance, Bond, Have Fun at National Lacrosse Championships.

Ocean City High School incoming sophomore Danielle Donoghue scored a pair of goals yesterday, as the New Jersey South All Stars defeated Lacrosse Monkey of Minnesota in the U.S. Lacrosse Girls Under 15 national tournament, taking place just outside Indianapolis, Indiana. Other Ocean City girls on the team include Emma Finnegan, Abigail Bennett, and Ashley Devlin, Abbey Fenton and Ali Hendricks.

Colin Hay from ‘Down Under’ to the Music Pier

Despite the fact that he is known best for a song in which he’s handed a Vegemite sandwich with a smile that’s called “Land Down Under”, let the record reflect that Colin Hay is actually a Scotsman. I say it for the simple fact that Colin Hay’s Scottish roots, once you realize his origins (Hay was born and grew up there before moving to Australia at 14 where he met the rest of his then-band Men At Work), do indeed rise up from the sea to manifest itself in a myriad of ways all across his work. All the while doing so in a fashion that you or I might not recognize immediately if we didn’t know.

FBI Conducting Operation Near Ocean City

The FBI is currently conducting an evidence recovery mission in the bay near Ocean City. Agents are working on the fishing pier along the Route 52 causeway.

Ocean City Bridge Projects to Cause Traffic Disruptions, Officials Warn

Jon Moren, a designer with French & Parrello Associates, talks about the proposed replacement of the 17th Street Bridge.

Exchange Club Donates High Tech Chairs to Aid Physically-Challenged Beach-goers

The Exchange Club of Ocean City donated five Mobi Chair beach access wheelchairs enabling people with physical challenges to easily access the beach and ocean. From left are Mayor Jay Gillian, Exchange Club President Frank Faverzani, John Lugo and Mark Kampf, both of the Exchange Club, City Administrator Jim Mallon, Scott Denney, Executive Assistant to Bob Barr, and Bob Barr (front).

Ocean City Civic Association Elected a New Slate of Officers

This morning at the Community Center, the Ocean City Civic Association elected a new slate of officers. This occurred at its annual meeting and the slate was voted in unanimously. Jim Root, outgoing president, began the meeting with the traditional Pledge of Allegiance, he will continue to act as part of the board of directors for the organization in the role of past president.

Night in Venice Boat Winners…..

The results are in......

Night in Venice – I Love This Town

A Video Overview of the Night in Venice Festivities

Fly Eagles, Fly…..for Night in Venice

Philadelphia Eagles make an impact on Night in Venice