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(May 17, 2019) The resort may have been dealt a blow when the Dew Tour left four years ago, but the inaugural Jellyfish Festival, June 21-23, looks to recapture much of that spirit, but with a more homegrown, local flare.

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(May 17, 2019) Worcester Technical High School students affiliated with SkillsUSA have much to celebrate, as members took home awards from a state-level competition and earned a national level Chapter of Excellence last month. 

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(May 10, 2019) The Worcester County Veterans Memorial at Ocean Pines Foundation has joined the Rotary Club of Ocean City and Berlin to create a display of flags that will fly in Veterans Memorial Park in Ocean Pines to honor local military veterans.

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(May 10, 2019) It was a “postcard perfect” day in Ocean City, American Legion Adjunct Sarge Garlitz said, as hundreds gathered last Thursday to celebrate 40 service members as part of the 2019 Hometown Heroes Military Banner program.

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(May 10, 2019) Gordon, a 10-year-old Italian greyhound, is running in a different direction these days. As a therapy dog in county schools, Gordon’s job is to be a calming influence on everyone around him.

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(May 3, 2019) Olivia Brown, 16, and Lilly Paquette, 13, performed well during the Interscholastic Equestrian Association Nationals at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, last weekend.

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(May 3, 2019) A rehabilitated wild harp seal nicknamed “Sally Ride,” was released by the National Aquarium in Baltimore back into the ocean last Thursday at 40th Street in Ocean City.

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(May 3, 2019) Handcarved angel wings, handmade handbags and accessories, soups and fried foods are just a few of the items vendors will be selling under large tents in the inlet parking lot during Ocean City’s 29th annual Springfest festival.

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(May 3, 2019) Music, arts and crafts vendors and a full food menu highlight Ocean City’s 29th annual Springfest celebration, and the start of the resort’s summer season.

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(May 3, 2019) Records were broken during the third annual “Rock for Recovery” benefit on Sunday, as the Worcester County Warriors Against Opiate Addiction raised more than $6,000 to help heroin and opioid addicts get treatment.

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(April 26, 2019) Future students and staff of Worcester County Public Schools will get a blast from the past when they open a time capsule, which was filled and sealed during last Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting, in 50 years.

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(April 26, 2019) The Cricket Center in Berlin will take the fight against child abuse to the Ocean City Boardwalk this Sunday, during the sixth annual “Walk for Kids” event.

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(April 25, 2019) The 49th annual Ward World Championship Wildfowl Carving Competition and Art Festival returns to the resort this weekend, April 26-28, at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center on 40th Street in Ocean City.

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(April 19, 2019) Dog owners and their four-legged friends are invited to the second annual BaRkshore Puppy Party at Backshore Brewing Co., on 10th Street and the Boardwalk, this Saturday from noon to 8 p.m. 

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(April 19, 2019) For Buckingham Elementary School, a $750 grant to study monarch butterflies will help students learn all about the majestic creatures and celebrate their own heritages. 

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(April 19, 2019) UNITE’s Arrive Alive Tour visited Worcester County’s three high schools last week, providing students and teachers with a virtual firsthand experience of driving under the influence.

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(April 12, 2019) Dozens of volunteers picked up trash along the beach, wetlands, sand dunes and side streets of Ocean City last Saturday during the 10th annual Earth Day Cleanup event.

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(April 12, 2019) Help raise breast cancer awareness and aid in the fight against the disease during the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s “More Than Pink” Walk, this Saturday on the Ocean City Boardwalk.

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(April 12, 2019) During the Komen “More Than Pink Walk” this Saturday on the Boardwalk, Blushing Beauty Boutique owner Marge Calvello will be selling “Breast Friend,” a breast cancer support cushion in the Celebration Village.

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(April 12, 2019) A homemade Italian meal awaits attendees of the 19th annual James Sapia spaghetti dinner at Shenanigan’s Irish Pub on Fourth Street and the Boardwalk, Sunday, April 14, from 4-7:30 p.m.

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(April 5, 2019) Epic Brands will wrap up competition in Ocean City for the year, this weekend with the Reach the Beach All Star and College Competition at the convention center on 40th Street.

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(April 5, 2019) The Susan G. Komen Foundation will host several “More Than Pink” activities, which includes a free “Hope in Bloom” breast health education event on Thursday, April 11, at the Residence Inn by Marriott on 61st Street from 5-8 p.m. 

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(April 5, 2019) April is Earth Month, which focuses on cleaning up the environment. Throughout the month, several activities in Worcester County will focus on cleaning up the beaches, streets and parks in the area every weekend.

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(April 5, 2019) Lou Taylor, superintendent of Worcester County Public Schools, is recognizing the good behavior and actions students perform in the classrooms and in their community, and presenting them with Challenge Coin awards.

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(April 5, 2019) Engaged couples looking for assistance with their beach wedding plans are encouraged to check out the 16th annual Ocean City Bridal Show at Seacrets, Sunday, from 1-3:30 p.m.

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(March 29, 2019) Four finalists will be announced for the Worcester County Teacher of the Year, tonight, Friday, during the 32nd annual banquet at the Clarion Resort Hotel on 101st Street in Ocean City.

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(March 29, 2019) Guests can sample a selection of food and wine provided by 16 area restaurants during the ninth annual Taste of Finer Things at Harrison’s Harbor Watch in Ocean City, Wednesday, April 3, starting at 6:30 p.m.

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(March 29, 2019) The Art League of Ocean City and Diakonia have teamed up again this year to fight hunger and it will culminate with the fifth annual Empty Bowl Soup Dinner at the Ocean City Center for the Arts, Friday, March 29, from 4:30-8:30 p.m.

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(March 29, 2019) The Sons and Daughters of Italy of Ocean City Lodge #2474 invite residents and visitors to the ninth annual St. Joseph’s Festival, inside St. Andrew’s Hall on Sinepuxent Avenue at 144th Street, this Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.