Five Things to Know About Thursday's Council Meeting
Ocean City Council met Thursday night at the library. Here are some topics of interest that came out of their discussion: 1. Council approved three ordinances that allow the city to acquire three pieces of land that is unable to be developed.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Ocean City Resident Ed Price Challenging Mayor Jay Gillian in May's Elections
Ed Price believes Ocean City's administration needs a change, and he's decided he wants to be part of that change.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Report: Vietnam Vet From Ocean City Recognized With Bronze Star
A Vietnam veteran from Ocean City was recognized with a Bronze Star last week, the Ocean City Gazette reports.
Amendments to Bulkhead Ordinances on Tap For Thursday's Council Meeting
Ocean City Council will consider revisions to ordinances concerning bulkhead construction when it convenes Thursday evening, 7 p.m. at the library.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Lower Township Gazette
$2.5 million school bond approved in Ocean City
Voters in Ocean City overwhelmingly approved a $2.5 million bond Tuesday, March 11 that will help to pay for renovations at the Ocean City Primary School.
Ocean City Voters Overwhelmingly Approve Funds for Primary School Improvements
Ocean City voters are overwhelmingly in favor of funding improvements at the Primary School.
CONGRATULATIONS, KELLIE SANTORO, who was recently crowned Miss Cumberland County 2014.
Asbury Park Press
Ethics complaint is filed against Pinelands attorney
An opponent of the proposed natural gas line through the Pinelands said he's filed a grievance with the state Office of Attorney Ethics against the state Pinelands Commission staff attorney Stacey Roth, alleging she misled commissioner Edward Lloyd into removing himself from discussion of the pipeline --and a potential swing vote that could have ... (more)
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Ocean City Councilman Michael Allegretto Announces Re-Election Platform
Ocean City Councilman Michael Allegretto will run for a third term in office on a platform of finishing multiple projects and maintaining a "fair budget for the taxpayers," the councilman said after filing for re-election on Monday.
Councilman Scott Ping Will Not Run For Re-election
Ocean City Council will be absent one incumbent following the May elections. Citing that he is "not crazy about the current makeup of council," and he didn't want to "sit up there and go through the motions," Scott Ping announced he will not run for re-election this spring.
Landmark Shore eatery to change hands
OCEAN CITY, N.J. The Chatterbox, the iconic pink-facaded, family-owned restaurant in Ocean City, may soon have a new owner.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Rocky Mount Telegram
Road salt affects tap water
Walt Hohman, shovels the front of his business, Wards Pastry, along Asbury Avenue, in Ocean City, NJ, during a snowstorm Monday, March 3, 3014.
Tuesday Marks 5 Year Anniversary of Ocean City Man's Disappearance
An Ocean City man will have been missing for five years on Tuesday. On March 11, 1999, John Weisbecker, of Asbury Avenue, went missing, police said Sunday morning.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Lower Township Gazette
Vietnam vet from Ocean City receives Bronze Star
Retired US Army Sgt. James McElwee of Ocean City received a Bronze Star for meritorious service in the Vietnam War from US Rep. Frank LoBiondo during a ceremony Friday, March 7 at his office.
50th Anniversary of Underdog, Rapid T. Rabbit Highlight This Year's Doo Dah Parade
Ocean City news written and submitted by Public Relations Director Mark Soifer DOO DAH NEWS: We have just heard from our good friend Richard Concepcion, AKA Rapid T. Rabbit, that he will bring his group of colorful costumed characters back to our Doo Dah Parade for the 20th consecutive year.
Filing Deadline, School Referendum Highlight Busy Week in Ocean City
Ocean City's non-partisan municipal elections get into full swing on Monday. Monday at 4 p.m. is the deadline for candidates to file their petition to run in spring elections for mayor and three at-large seats.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Ocean City fight over money for rebuilding public housing
Back in late 2012, the mayor of this beach town looked at the ruined Pecks Beach Village public housing area and did what a lot of private homeowners did - or wanted to do - after Sandy.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Lower Township Gazette
Ocean City environmental activist honored for Pinelands pipeline fight
A local environmental advocate was honored over the weekend for her leadership during the controversial Pinelands pipeline hearings, which resulted in the denial of an application to run a natural gas pipeline to the BL England plant in Upper Township.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Police Remind Residents Not to Park Along Snow Route
With another round of snow expected Sunday night into Monday, Ocean City Police remind city residents not to park along the designated snow emergency route.