Ocean City Police and other authorities responded to reports of a death Monday morning to the Sea Bay Hotel on 60th Street and an investigation ensued.
Charges are pending for a driver in a fatal motorcycle crash that occurred Saturday afternoon at the westbound intersection of routes 50 and 610 in Worcester County.
A Maryland State trooper and two passengers on a three-wheeled motorcyclist were injured Saturday night after colliding in a downtown Ocean City intersection.
Maryland State Police officers are investigating a fatal motorcycle crash Friday evening in the area of routes 113 and 589 that claimed the life of a Delaware man.
Tens of thousands of motorcycles poured into Ocean City this week for the OC Bikefest, featuring demos, rides, and concerts.
Members of the resort's planning commission approved plans for both a three-story multi-family condo building and some office space at separate spots on 57th Street.
Members of the resort's planning commission approved plans for a 20-room hotel at the site of the Nock Apartments on Baltimore Avenue, and parking down the street.
After a routine board of zoning appeals vote last week, the Kite Loft store between 67th and 68th streets will continue displaying items on its outside porch.
Despite an ongoing bus driver shortage, bikers in Ocean City this weekend should not have major issues when using public transportation to get around the resort.
Members of a state committee voted this week to solidify an emergency indoor masking order for schools that the state Department of Education passed on Aug. 26.
An influx of covid-19 patients and a long-standing nursing shortage, has prompted TidalHealth to hold off on performing some elective surgeries for a while.
The Worcester County Bureau of Investigation is looking into claims that an unauthorized person hacked into Ocean City Councilman Mark Paddack's Facebook account.
State officials were to tour property, discuss infusion of Open Space money
Motorcycle enthusiast events and celebrations kick off in the area this weekend and already there is some controversy regarding a Whaleyville bar’s event.
MCBP's terrapin survey yielded 389 terrapin sightings in the coastal bay areas this year, down from previous years, which may be due to limited volunteers.
Plans for a Hardee’s fast-food chain at the Ocean Landings shopping center were discussed during the county Technical Review Committee’s meeting on Sept. 8.
Worcester County Board of License Commissioners on Wednesday forced Atlantic Beach House on 75th Street and neighbors to compromise on the future plans.
U.S. Senator Ben Cardin touched several local issues during the Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce’s Summer Season Wrap Up, a virtual roundtable last Friday.
The Ocean City mayor and City Council held a work session and discussed topics like unfilled positions, recoating the seawall, and freeboard heights.
Holtz Builders in Wisconsin is looking to construct dormitory-style living quarters in Ocean City that will give the workforce an affordable place to live.
Ocean City Director of Tourism Tom Perlozzo gave the tourism commission a rundown of his efforts to elevate the resort’s reputation on Tuesday.
Dredging efforts are underway in the Ocean City inlet and Assateague Restoration bypass to improve navigation.
The county commissioners approved a community partnership agreement that solidifies funding for four programs vital to the Initiative to Preserve Families.
The Ocean City Police and Worcester County Sheriff’s departments will implement special event zones for the upcoming pop-up rally, beginning Sept. 21.
Equipping Ocean City police officers with body cameras by the summer of 2022 will be costly, though the department is looking for funding.
The Ocean City Police Department has issued 1,070 tickets to people who were seen smoking or vaping on the Boardwalk since the beginning of 2021.
The U.S. Coast Guard and Maryland Natural Resources Police rescued four people from a sinking boat about 14 miles offshore on Saturday. No one was injured.
Hordes of bikers will ride into Ocean City next week for OC BikeFest, one the largest rallies of its kind on the East Coast, after a year off due to the pandemic.
(Sept. 10, 2021) A pair of Historical Area street signs on Flower Street in Berlin were dedicated Friday in an effort to preserve the legacy of Briddletown.
(Sept. 10, 2021) In light of a Worcester County Circuit Court hearing set for Sept. 27 concerning candidate Rick Farr’s election eligibility, the Ocean Pines Directors on Tuesday agreed to delay counting votes for the current board election.
The Red Knights Motorcycle Club and Ocean City Fire Department will hold separate memorials at North Division Street to honor victims of Sept. 11, 2001.
Ocean City Councilman Mark Paddack is facing serious backlash after a Facebook post deemed racist and intolerant was sent from his account over the weekend.
Gov. Larry Hogan this week announced the immediate approval of covid-19 booster shots for all residents 65 and older in congregant care facilities.
The bulk of Worcester County Public Schools students started in-person learning together this week for the first time in roughly 17 months.
The close of the summer and kick-off to Ocean City's shoulder season is usually not as bustling as some weekends during peak times — and this year was no exception.
All students at Most Blessed Sacarement Catholic and Worcester Preparatory schools returned Tuesday for their first day of the 2021-22 year.
Wine on the Beach, which right now will feature pours from 12 wineries and five breweries in Maryland, is returning Sept. 10 and 11 to Ocean City for its 26th year.
“Special event zones” will be in effect across the county from Sept. 21 to Sept. 26, when an unofficial pop-up car rally is expected to descend upon Ocean City.
The Worcester County Commissioners narrowly approved the construction of sanitary facilities to serve residents along Lewis Road in Berlin on Tuesday.
Work sessions are scheduled for September 21 to discuss a loan to Talkie Communications and the allocation of the rest of the county’s ARPA funds.
The Worcester County Commissioners are awaiting the ruling from the Maryland Attorney General on whether sprinklers must be retrofitted in manufactured homes.
On September 7, the Worcester County Commissioners discussed and decided on the following items during their biweekly meeting in Snow Hill at the government center.
The Nao Santa Maria will be extending its visit in Ocean City, MD as Hurricane Larry continues to churn in the Atlantic Ocean.
Chief Operating Officer and President Michael Franklin’s last day with Atlantic General was Friday, and a national search will be launched to find his replacement.
Ocean City Council moved closer to a $49 million bond issue Tuesday, although their approval of the bond sale did not breeze through without dissent.
A public hearing is set for a land swap between Windward OC and Ocean City.The two parties are looking to swap an alley for a public easement near 74th Sreet.
Several events including a treasure hunt on the beach, Rockin’ Ravens’ Weekend, and Run the Boards 5K were approved by Ocean City Council members on Sept. 7.
Jellyfish Fest is a party on the beach in Ocean City taking place on Labor Day weekend that includes a beer fest, Fat Tire bikes, and free live music.
This week, ground broke on Atlantic General Hospital’s future 53,000 square-foot Gudelsky Family Medical Center on the southern end of Racetrack Road in Ocean Pines.
While Salisbury University is requiring vaccines, Wor-Wic Community College is holding off while operating under mask mandates and other health directives.
From a lack of J-1 student workers to covid flare ups, Ocean City businesses have run into many challenges when it came to staffing this summer.