02/17/2022 | School calendar projects presented

Officials consider new space for state’s attorney’s office

SNOW HILL — County officials continue to explore the possibility of moving part of the Worcester County State’s Attorney’s office to Ocean City. Since the City of Ocean City provided space for the State’s Attorney’s Office as it expands to implement police body camera programs, several Worcester County Commissioners have…

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Worcester County bus contractors seek pay raise

Worcester County bus contractors seek pay raise

NEWARK — School bus drivers in Worcester County are asking for a pay raise to deal with rising fuel and maintenance costs. Dozens of school bus contractors attended Tuesday’s Worcester County School Board meeting to demand increases to their hourly and mile wages. They said they couldn’t provide the service to the county…

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Recommendation for planned overlay district advances from Margaritaville to council

Recommendation for planned overlay district advances from Margaritaville to council

OCEAN CITY — Despite some reservations about the changing downtown landscape, station planners voted this week to send a favorable recommendation to the mayor and council for a planned overlay neighborhood for the proposed Margaritaville development. The recurring Margaritaville project, if approved, would encompass virtually an entire downtown ocean front block…

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After two years off, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival returns on March 12

After two years off, the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival returns on March 12

OCEAN CITY – Ocean City will once again be lit up in green as the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, sponsored by the Delmarva Irish-American Club, returns on Saturday, March 12. While COVID-19 restrictions have forced the cancellation of this Ocean City Tradition in 2020 and 2021, DIAC has confirmed that the parade will return this year…

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