Ocean City History: Photos from the First Historic House Tour
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Ocean City History: Photos from the First Historic House Tour

Ocean City’s downtown is replete with old buildings, some of them dating back to the 19th century and still functioning as they were originally intended to today. On…

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Hot sales market in Worcester County
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Hot sales market in Worcester County

Worcester County/Ocean City Real Estate Sales Market Going Strong The sales market has been very active this year.  Most notably, the months of August and September have been…

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Halloween Parties in Ocean City
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Halloween Parties in Ocean City

Just when you think Ocean City has all but become a literal ghost town as colder seasons approach, Halloween weekend breathes new life — or death? Spooky —…

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The best fall weekend to visit Ocean City (and how to save a little money, too)
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The best fall weekend to visit Ocean City (and how to save a little money, too)

(Tl;dr: Every weekend in the fall is a good one to visit Ocean City, but one of the best this year is Oct. 27 – 28.)  1. Shore…

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Ocean City Oddities: The Story of Laffing Sal
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Ocean City Oddities: The Story of Laffing Sal

For decades, Laffing Sal was the star feature at Jester’s Fun House, one of Ocean City’s most memorable 20th century amusement attractions located on Wicomico Street off the boardwalk.…

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This Week in OC: Sunfest ☀
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This Week in OC: Sunfest ☀

The hurricane we thought might ruin the weekend ended up being a washout; In fact, aside from a few clouds and scattered light showers, last week in Ocean…

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Ocean City’s 44th annual Sunfest celebrates the end of summer
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Ocean City’s 44th annual Sunfest celebrates the end of summer

Fall can’t officially begin in Ocean City without the traditional weekend-long celebration known as Sunfest, OC’s famous arts, crafts and music festival. Now entering its 44th year, the…

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Hurricane Florence moving toward East Coast, could hit Maryland (Updated 9/11/18)
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Hurricane Florence moving toward East Coast, could hit Maryland (Updated 9/11/18)

We’ll be keeping this page updated as new information comes in.  9/11/18 Update: On Monday night, Governor Larry Hogan declared  a State of Emergency for Maryland. “We are…

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What to expect at the National Folk Festival in Salisbury
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What to expect at the National Folk Festival in Salisbury

The 78th National Folk Festival in Salisbury, by the number If you haven’t seen the billboards, heard the radio ads or read all the news surrounding the National…

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The Tale of the Pocomoke: Following the Pocomoke River
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The Tale of the Pocomoke: Following the Pocomoke River

Come with me on a trip down a lazy river on a hot summer day… The Pocomoke River begins it’s journey with a meager start. The starting point…

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