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‘Coastal Cottages’ Back on City Council Agenda for a Vote Thursday

Donald Wittkowski City Council will take another stab at a long-delayed ordinance that would remove a controversial type of housing called "coastal cottages" from a redevelopment zone in the center of town. Since introducing the measure in February, Council has debated whether to give it final approval, modify it or scrap it entirely and replace it with a new version.

Discounted Beach Tags on Sale Through May 31

Seasonal beach tags in Ocean City are on sale for a discounted $20 through Tuesday, May 31. On June 1, the price increases to $25.

OCHS Prom and After Prom Huge Success; Committee Thanks Sponsors, Volunteers

It was truly a night – and an early morning to remember. Ocean City High School’s Junior-Senior Prom and After Prom went off without a hitch as more than 600 students made memories for a lifetime.

Local Soccer Team Makes a Visit to Ocean City Tabernacle

Local soccer team, the Nor’easters, made a visit recently to the Ocean City Tabernacle as part of their community outreach program. The soccer players took a break from their usual practices to work with the Ocean City Tabernacle’s Ark Preschool and Son Club students the week of May 9th- 13th. The week-long event was coordinated by Chris Economopoulos, Nor’easters Assistant Coach and Director of Operations & Academy. They not only played soccer with the kids and taught them some new techniques, but even spent time coloring in a few drawings.

List of Beaches Protected by Lifeguards on Memorial Day Weekend

The Department of Fire and Rescue Services announces that the Ocean City Beach Patrol will be guarding the following beaches for the 2016 Memorial Day Weekend. Beaches are guarded from 10:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. weekends and holidays and from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on weekdays.

Bomb Threat Temporarily Shuts Down Part of Ocean City Boardwalk

Bomb threat temporarily shuts down part of Ocean City Boardwalk..

Ocean City High School students hear inspirational words from man who...

One terrible crash on Oak Tree Road in Edison, N.J., in 2009 robbed Gabe Hurley of virtually everything he had. Except his life. His eyesight was lost. His boyish good looks were gone. His dreams of a healthy, happy life were shattered.

Don’t Forget to Vote – City Council Election Features Contested Races...

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday to elect five members to City Council in Ocean City's nonpartisan municipal election. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sunny Weather, Sunny Moods on Mom’s Big Day

After days of cold, dreary, rainy weather, the thick curtain of clouds parted over Ocean City on Sunday morning, just in time for Mother’s Day.

OCPD Activity Report May 1-7, 2016

Calls for Service: 709    Daily Average: 73  May 1, 2016: Sunday Calls for service: 72 Motor Vehicle Stops: 24   Motor Vehicle Accidents: 1   Property Checks: 27...