Approx. 500 fans attend first Elvis Fest in Ocean City
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Approx. 500 fans attend first Elvis Fest in Ocean City

(Oct. 31, 2014) The inaugural Elvis Fest drew nearly 500 people, over a three-day period,…

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Halloween Around Town
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Halloween Around Town

(Oct. 31, 2014) Ocean City and surrounding towns are once again bursting with specials, entertainment…

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You ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog
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You ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog

Everyone put on their Blue Suede Shoes and join the Jailhouse Rockin’ mayhem this weekend,…

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Ropewalk coming to OC; early spring opening planned
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Ropewalk coming to OC; early spring opening planned

Millison spruces up Ocean City utility box with painting
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Millison spruces up Ocean City utility box with painting

(Oct. 24, 2014) Marine life and their seascapes is her expertise. From turtles to whales,…

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Pink Ribbon Classic Mah Jongg tournament, Oct. 30
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Pink Ribbon Classic Mah Jongg tournament, Oct. 30

(Oct. 24, 2014) Mah Jongg all day long in a tournament on Thursday, Oct. 30…

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O.C.Toberfest continues with beach maze, pumpkin races
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O.C.Toberfest continues with beach maze, pumpkin races

(Oct. 24, 2014) O.C.Toberfest activities will continue this weekend on the Boardwalk at North Division…

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For first time in history of Worcester County, Republican voters outnumber Democrats
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For first time in history of Worcester County, Republican voters outnumber Democrats

(Oct. 24, 2014) While the Eastern Shore votes as reliably red as the western shore…

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Hospitals prepped for every scenario–not just Ebola
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Hospitals prepped for every scenario–not just Ebola

By Brian Gilliland (Oct 24, 2014) The signs hang ominously in the windows of medical…

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Elder challenges Shockley on platform of cutting waste
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Elder challenges Shockley on platform of cutting waste

By Brian Gilliland (Oct. 24, 2014) Armed with a copy of the Constitution in his…

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