It’s a summer like no other, as Ocean City and area businesses begin to open up, adjust to the new normal and greet seasonal visitors, second homeowners and residents.
There’s a spirit of optimism as America’s Greatest Family Resort rebounds from the days of sheltering in place and closing of many institutions and businesses. Customers want to buy products and services, and need to do so with the confidence that they and their families are safe to move past the crisis.
That’s where OCNJ Daily and its MediaWize sister sites in Sea Isle City, Somers Point and Downbeach (Longport, Margate and Ventnor) come in. MediaWize stands ready to help area businesses with customizable, flexible and affordable marketing and advertising packages.
MediaWize’s sites have the largest audience in our region, which gives us the ability to get our advertisers' messages out in the most efficient way for them to capitalize on business this summer.
For starters, OCNJ Daily is rolling out a new resource for both paid and non-paid businesses, called “Safely Open for Business.” It will run beneath each day’s feature story on OCNJ Daily...
Immerse yourself in luxury with this one-of-a-kind custom built home. Inside this beautifully constructed home, you will find 4 bedrooms, 2.5 custom tiled bathrooms, rich Maple hardwood floors throughout, a gourmet chefs kitchen appointed with top shelf appliances, 9' ceilings, a multi-zone surround sound system and much more. You will enjoy breathtaking bay views as you take in all the luxury amenities within the home or as you relax in your private backyard oasis with it's large patio, custom built trellis and spacious rear deck perfect for entertaining.
Just as we take steps to keep ourselves healthy through the changing of the seasons, we need to do the same with our home. Heating and air conditioning units that aren’t properly maintained and cleaned can cause additional allergens and particles to circulate around your home.
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The National Weather Service has issued a Coastal Flood Advisory in effect for Ocean City from 6 p.m. to midnight on Thursday.
Water levels are expected to peak in the hours around high tide on the bay side of Ocean City at 8:07 p.m. Forecasters project a tide of 5.5 feet on the mean low water scale (MLW). This projection falls just above the threshold for “minor” tidal flooding.