(Jan. 22, 2021) Most people are familiar with the VA Loan, which is a loan program through the Department of Veterans Affairs.
(Jan. 15, 2021) The Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual Chamber Lights Decorating Contest each December to help showcase both commercial and residential decorations during the holiday season.
(Jan. 15, 2021) The Maryland Real Estate Commission is the regulatory agency that provides licenses to real estate brokers and agents.
(Jan. 8, 2021) Atlantic General Hospital Vascular Laboratory has been granted an additional three-year term of accreditation by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) in Echocardiography in the area(s) of Adult Transthoracic.
(Jan. 8, 2021) Customers at Outlets Ocean City won’t need their passports to take this year’s holiday photos (free) in front of Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower or an Alpine location.
(Jan. 8, 2021) For the past 20 years, the Downtown Association and Ocean City Development Corporation have partnered on various downtown projects.
(Jan. 8, 2021) The year 2020 in real estate ended very strong. Here’s an “at a glance” recap of some of the various market stats.
OC Chopsticks Asian Bistro owner Jack Chen is accompanied by a host of local officials and busi- ness people during a ribbon-cutting celebration in September. The eatery opened initially for car- ryout service in September with indoor dining offered shortly thereafter at the Outlets Ocean City.
Seacrets on 49th Street created its own FDA-regulated hand sanitizer in its distillery on 49th Street earlier this year.
The new management team for Trimper’s Rides started implementing major changes, such as adding new rides, introducing new food and drink outlets and renovating the overall look of the amusement park earlier this year. Pictured is the roller coaster in April.
New owners Brittany and Justin Acita and their son, Zeppelin, 1, in March show off the display of wines and liquors available at Sello’s Italian Oven & Bar on Golf Course Road in West Ocean City.
JOSH KIM/OCEAN CITY TODAYMore than 300 companies and roughly 4,000 members of the hospitality industry spent Sunday, March 8, and Monday, March 9, trying and buying wares during the 46th annual Ocean City Spring Trade Expo at the convention center on 40th Street.
JOSH KIM/OCEAN CITY TODAYCity leaders and organization heads joined the Comcast team on Feb. 24, for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the company’s new Xfinity store located on 83rd Street. Xfinity by Comcast users can play with phones, televisions and more at the store.
ELIZABETH BONIN/ OCEAN CITY TODAYRyan Haley, co-owner and operator of Atlantic Shores Sotheby’s International Realty, cuts a ribbon to celebrate joining Sotheby’s global network at their office on 75th Street on Feb. 24.
(Dec. 25, 2020) Atlantic General Hospital and Medocity announced a collaboration to enable expanded virtual care management capabilities for patients with diabetes, chronic kidney disease, COPD, and heart failure.
(Dec. 25, 2020) This year has produced noticeable real estate market shifts, and in many cases the surge in real estate demand was fueled by the effects of covid-19.
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(Dec. 18, 2020) Worcester County’s Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Program, which was adopted in 1990, accommodates future growth within the Critical Area, while providing for conservation of fish, wildlife and plant habitats, and minimizing adverse water quality impacts.
(Dec. 18, 2020) The newest restaurant on Berlin’s menu, Boxcar on Main, officially opens Friday at the former DiFebo’s restaurant location at 104 N. Main St. downtown.
(Dec. 11, 2020) There are so many advantages to owning your own home, and even with prices on the rise, affording a new home may be easier than you think due to continued record-setting low interest rates.
(Dec. 11, 2020) Edward Burger of the Harrison Group announced on Facebook Monday that he is the new restaurant manager of Anthony’s Carryout on 17th Street in Ocean City, following the Simms family’s departure in November.
(Dec. 4, 2020) The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released state jobs and unemployment data earlier this week.
(Dec. 4, 2020) When it comes to restrictions that local governments impose on property, there are avenues such as a variance or a special exception that owners can pursue to request changes, but the two are very different.
(Nov. 27, 2020) An important inspection for homes, especially those on a private well water supply, is the water quality test.
(Nov. 27, 2020) Paul G. Suplee, associate professor of culinary arts at Wor-Wic Community College, was recently awarded the American Culinary Federation’s (ACF) Presidential Medallion for the second time, in recognition of the culmination of his work and success in the school’s culinary arts…
(Nov. 20, 2020) In a strong real estate market with lower inventory, we are experiencing numerous multiple offer situations, especially on the lower price point category of homes that first-time homebuyers would be seeking.
(Nov. 13, 2020) While 2020 has presented extreme challenges, canine-centric retailers, Delmar and Dena Smith, have continued expanding their paw print after opening a new business venture, the Doggie Style Dog Boutique & Bakery, in West Ocean City last weekend.
(Nov. 13, 2020) Avery Hall Insurance Group recently acquired Cooper Insurance Agency, Inc.
(Nov. 13, 2020) Most commonly used in the state of Maryland to protect a buyer and ensure that title to a property is clear and marketable in a real estate transaction, is the purchase of a title insurance policy.
(Nov. 13, 2020) Anthony’s Carryout on 17th Street in Ocean City will continue operation next year, but with new ownership after nearly five decades.
(Nov. 6 2020) The Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce announced Lachelle Scarlato has been chosen as the new executive director.
(Nov. 6, 2020) TidalHealth announces the opening of TidalHealth Primary Care in Berlin, scheduled for Monday, Nov. 9.
(Nov. 6, 2020) Homeowners in the state of Maryland should be aware that as of Jan. 1, 2018, there were new residential smoke alarm requirements put into place, as per a bill passed by the Maryland General Assembly in 2013.
(Oct. 30, 2020) With two months left in this bizarre 2020, and the continuation of a very strong sellers market, many buyers are asking what impact continued economic uncertainty could have on home prices and will they finally start to level or go down.
(Oct. 23, 2020) Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County operates a ReStore located at 9026 Worcester Highway in Berlin.
(Oct. 16, 2020) Cash may be king in a sellers’ market, but buyers need to understand that the same is not true with financial institutions.
(Oct. 9, 2020) Maryland Capital Enterprises is accepting nominations for the ninth annual Palmer Gillis Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
(Oct. 9, 2020) The Board of Directors of the Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce were recently announced for 2020-2021.
(Oct. 9, 2020) Information from a recent Sears Home Services survey is showing that the pandemic has prompted homeowners to reevaluate their homes.
(Oct. 2, 2020) In Worcester County, homeowners may utilize the zoning use called the Accessory Structure to gain additional living quarters.
(Sept. 25, 2020) The newly designed and constructed Cambria Hotel sitting on the site of the former Cropper concrete plant, just north of the Route 50 bridge, is open to visitors.
(Sept. 25, 2020) With “for sale” inventory limited in many price points, sellers may be able to ask more for their home.
(Sept. 18, 2020) Since launching food service earlier this month, OC Chopsticks Asian Bistro owner Jack Chen has experienced a groundswell of interest from patrons attracted to the ambiance and impressed by the cuisine.