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OCHS Girls Volleyball Fundraiser March 18

The Ocean City High School girls volleyball team is hosting a “Chicken & Cheers” fundraiser at DiOrio’s Bar & Grill in Somers Point on Saturday, March 18 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Ticket information follows.

Bruce Hornsby and Rascals Concerts Announced for Music Pier

Ocean City and producers BRE Presents and Bob Rose Productions announced two new shows in the 30th anniversary season of the popular Summer Concert Series at the Ocean City Music Pier. Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers (June 26) and The Rascals (June 27) will be part of an exceptional anniversary season.

Shore Medical Center Receives $20,000 Donation to Fight Opioid Epidemic

Shore Medical Center announced that it has been designated a recipient of $20,000 from the proceeds of the 2022 Kyle Evans Memorial Golf Outing. This event focuses on preventing new opioid addictions, raising awareness, and helping people realize they are not fighting their addiction alone.

Van Drew to Host Hearing on Offshore Wind Farms

Congressman Jeff Van Drew will hold a hearing March 16 to gather information from industries and groups affected by the development of offshore wind energy projects along the East Coast.

Ocean City Kicks Off Spring Season With “Market Madness”

Boardwalk and Downtown merchants in Ocean City will give shoppers a spring preview during the Market Madness event on Saturday, March 11, at the Ocean City Music Pier. The one-day sale will bring together more than 25 different vendors under one roof and provide discounts on favorite local merchandise, goods and attractions. Details follow on Market Madness and other upcoming special events in Ocean City this spring.

Library to Feature Showing of 1938 Movie “Ragtime Band”

The Ocean City Free Public Library is bringing the Golden Age of movies to attendees for a showing of “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” on Monday, March 13 at 1 p.m. The free movie screening of the 1938 hit is being hosted by Tom Celandine in the Christopher Maloney Lecture Hall.

Military Beach Tags Available Now

Military and veteran beach tags are now available at City Hall, the Rt. 52 Welcome Center and the 46th Street Welcome Center. The tags are free. A current military/veteran ID is required for new recipients, and a driver’s license for renewals.

Special Weather Statement: Coastal Flood Advisory

The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a Coastal Flood Advisory for Ocean City, Strathmere and nearby coastal areas in effect from 3 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, March 4. A Wind Advisory also will be in effect from 6 p.m. Friday through 4 a.m. Saturday. The NWS forecasts easterly winds of 30 to 35 mph with gusts beyond 50 mph. Heavy rainfall could contribute to flooding conditions.

Ex-Ocean City Cop Pleads Guilty to Relationship With Teen

A former sergeant with the Ocean City Police Department pleaded guilty Thursday to endangering the welfare of a child stemming from a sexual relationship he had with a girl beginning when she was a teenager, the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office announced. Tyrone Rolls, 51, of Marmora, initially was charged in April 2021 and then indicted last November as a result of an investigation conducted by the Special Victims Unit in the Prosecutor’s Office.

Ocean City Announces Lineup of Spring Events

The days are getting longer and the weather milder. It's not too early to get ready for a full calendar of spring events in Ocean City. The fun starts on Saturday, March 11, when the Boardwalk and Downtown merchants in Ocean City team up to give shoppers a summer preview during the Market Madness event at the Ocean City Music Pier. Details follow on other upcoming spring events.