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For 60 years, a large group of Pittsburgh-based family and friends have made Ocean City their annual vacation destination, bringing with them years of traditions.

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(July 23, 2021) If you spend anytime at the beach and listen to local television or radio at this time of the year, you will hear about the dangers of rip currents, often confused as riptides.

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(July 23, 2021) Today, 80 years ago, the Germans finally captured Maj. Pyotr Mikhaylovich Gavrilov of the Red Army during the fight for the Brest fortress. Maj. Gavrilov was an officer in the 44th Motor Rifle Regiment, one of the units tasked with defending Brest. This was the second time in…

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(July 16, 2021) This week, 80 years ago, the 29th Motorized Infantry Division, commanded by Walter von Boltenstern, from Gen. Heinz Guderian’s Second Panzergruppe, entered the 1,000-year-old city of Smolensk, and captured it after three days of house-to-house fighting. The Soviets did not co…

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(July 16, 2021) I have come to realize that most people have no idea that digging deep holes in the sand can be dangerous. Even a small deep hole can break a leg if not seen by someone jogging or casually walking along the crowded beach.

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(July 16, 2021) Perfection is a precise pedagogical standard that is based on knowledge and perseverance. Although flawlessness may not grace the path of attainment, the mere attempt is what distinguishes one cook from another.

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Pictured in 2019 is the winning team from Deeley Insurance Group, including Trevor Frederick pushing and Delaney Manning driving, who will return to defend its title during the 31st annual Bathtub Races in downtown Berlin on Friday.

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The Atlantic Beach House on 75th Street in Ocean City is carrying on a 40-year tradition, as it will take over hosting the Canoe Race on Tuesday.

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(July 2, 2021) The Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum is offering six different summer programs starting July 4, which will run through Aug. 28, and are free to the public.

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(July 2, 2021) This week, 80 years ago, Hungarian and Finnish soldiers joined German, Slovakian and Romanian soldiers in their assault on the Soviet Union. Finland had a score to settle with the USSR. and Hungary owed a debt to the German Reich.

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(June 25, 2021) Country music recording artist, singer/songwriter, and Ocean City native Jimmy Charles, along with his band, will perform “A Night of Hope” Benefit Concert for the ALS Association on Thursday, July 1, at Southern Belle in Delmar, Maryland, from 6-10 p.m.

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(June 25, 2021) This week, 80 years ago, Minsk, the capital of Belarus, fell to the onrushing German Wehrmacht. When hostilities opened, Minsk had a population of 300,000. By the time the Red Army liberated the city in 1944, its population had shrunk to 50,000. Today it has a population of m…

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NASA and the Youth Care Center formed a program that pairs STEM with golf, with the objective being to pair the vast educational field with a fun activity.

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The weeklong WEST Academy offers five STEM-related pathways for students to pursue. The program is open to public- and private-school students and homeschoolers.

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(June 18, 2021) As something of a prelude to Father’s Day, the annual Ocean Pines Anglers Club “Teach a Kid to Fish Day” takes place Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at the South Gate Pond near the Worcester County Veterans’ Memorial.

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(June 18, 2021) This week, 80 years ago, German dictator Adolf Hitler declared, “When Barbarossa is launched, the whole world will hold its breath.” On the morning of June 22, 1941, exactly one year after the French armistice, more than 150 divisions with 3.2 million men, 500,000 horses, 3,5…