(April 16, 2021) In this sellers’ market, one tactic used by buyers is the “buyer love letter.”
(April 9, 2021) Taylor Bank recently announced several promotions.
(April 9, 2021) The state offers a unique program called Maryland SmartBuy, which can help buyers with student debt attain homeownership.
(April 2, 2021) An updated and upgraded Delaware Beaches Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort™ opens its 2021 camping season on April 1 under new management.
(April 2, 2021) Customary in the State of Maryland is a split of transfer and recordation charges between a buyer and a seller.
(April 2, 2021) CraZy LadyZ! just keeps growing.
(March 26, 2021) Work has begun on the final TidalHealth medical facility project in Ocean Pines, Palmer Gillis of Gillis Gilkerson (GGI) announced last week.
(March 26, 2021) According to the National Association of Realtors, existing-home sales declined in February, following gains in both January 2021 and December 2020. However, all four U.S. regions recorded year-over-year gains.
(March 19, 2021) The independently owned and operated Monkee’s of Ocean City officially opened its doors on Friday, Feb. 26.
(March 19, 2021) If a home doesn’t operate off of a public sewer facility, then a private in-ground wastewater treatment system is used to treat and dispose of household wastewater on-site.
(March 12, 2021) Since 2015, the state of Maryland has made it mandatory for all properties built prior to 1978 to have a new lead inspection certificate at each change of occupancy.
(March 5, 2021) After hosting an annual trade show for 46 years, the Ocean City Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Association has rallied to produce an alternative to an in-person gathering.
(March 5, 2021) Anyone who sells a property in Maryland, but is a “non-resident” of the state, must pay a withholding tax.
(March 5, 2021) A site plan for a beige Auto Zone store that would replace the former McDonald’s building on Route 50 in Berlin was approved by the Berlin Planning Commission last Wednesday at a virtual special meeting.
(Feb. 26, 2021) The Worcester County Forest Conservation Law was enacted under the Maryland Forest Conservation Act of 1991, requiring all county governments to adopt local forest conservation programs.
(Feb. 19, 2021) The saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” is especially true in selling a home in today’s world, where practically all house shoppers start their search online.
(Feb. 19, 2021) A site plan for an Auto Zone store that would replace the former McDonald’s building on Route 50 in Berlin was tabled by the Berlin Planning Commission last Wednesday to give the developer more time to improve his project’s appearance.
(Feb. 12, 2021) The Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce recently announced changes to its current staffing structure.
(Feb. 12, 2021) It has often been said that it “takes a village” to solve some of the greatest challenges facing any community.
(Feb. 12, 2021) Atlantic General Hospital has been recognized, once again, by CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield (CareFirst) with a Blue Distinction® Centers+ for Bariatric Surgery designation, as part of the Blue Distinction Specialty Care program.
(Feb. 12, 2021) Lack of inventory, rising prices, multiple offers on new listings—all confirmation that we are indeed in a sellers’ market.
(Feb. 5, 2021) The National Association of Realtors published these tips for homeowners to help keep homes safe from freezing temperatures and avoid costly repairs.
(Jan. 29, 2021) The Taustin Group this week announced plans for its 24th Street property and a new venture in West Ocean City.
(Jan. 29, 2021) The preservation of agricultural land is important to Maryland.
(Jan. 29, 2021) The grocery store chain ALDI confirmed Monday that it plans to open a store in the Ocean Landings II shopping center off Route 50 near Berlin.
(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.