Coming off of a successful Cruisin’ weekend, the expectations are high for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend in Ocean City — if the weather cooperates.
The lighted drone shows that replaced traditional fireworks during Sundaes in the Park and other Ocean City events the last few years will not return in 2023.
Council members are set to publicly discuss details of a Maryland Stadium Authority study on a proposed sports complex off of Route 50 at a work session May 30.
Ocean City Beach Patrol staff are as prepared as they can be to climb up into the stands and guard the resort’s 10 miles of beach for the next four months.
Ocean City’s Boardwalk trams are undergoing major changes this year that should be fully revealed when they begin boarding passengers for Memorial Day weekend.
Representatives from the Maryland Department of Transportation and the Town of Ocean City officially launched their “Walk Smart” pedestrian safety campaign last week.
Recreation and parks staff joined Ocean City officials on May 16 to officially cut the ribbon on new equipment at the Northside Park playground on 125th Street.
With the majority of revenues coming from tourism, not taxes, Ocean City’s fiscal 2024 budget and accompanying tax rate were officially approved this week.
Similar to the Red Bull Foam Wreckers “anti-surf, surf contest” held last July, Ocean City is welcoming another competition in June geared toward young wave riders.