The Cambria Hotel's bright bayside lights can be seen from miles away, and are offensive to some, however city officials are unsure of whether ay violations exist.
Search / 40 results found Showing: 1-10 of 40
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s new Risk Rating 2.0 plan could put a strain on the wallets of National Flood Insurance Program policy owners.
Ocean City legislation will require a one-foot freeboard to help protect buildings in the downtown section of the resort from flood damage.
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.
Ocean City Director of Tourism Tom Perlozzo gave the tourism commission a rundown of his efforts to elevate the resort’s reputation on Tuesday.
Ocean City officials give developer permission to proceed with an application to develop two parcels of land between split by a city-owned alleyway.
Beach replenishment efforts are beginning to line up for a project scheduled to begin in Ocean City, MD around Labor Day and should complete just prior to Memorial Day next year.
A new crosswalk is being considered by the Ocean City Council at the intersection of Coastal Highway and 144th Street to allow residents of a …