Tourism Groups Request Maryland’s Help With Labor Shortage

OCEAN CITY — Before the summer season even arrives, there is already an acute labor shortage brewing in the resort’s hospitality industry, but steps are being taken to attempt to address the issue.“Help Wanted” signs dot the resort’s landscape, which is not unusual in April in advance of the summer season, but questions remain if… Read more »

Seal Pup Completes Rehabilitation

Seal Pup Completes Rehabilitation

ASSATEAGUE — A grey seal pup rescued from the beach in neighboring Delaware in February was released back into the wild from the beach at Assateague on Wednesday.On Feb. 12, a grey seal pup now known affectionately was Eloise, in keeping with the National Aquarium’s theme this year of naming rescued marine mammals after famous… Read more »

Two Finalists For New OC Tourism, Business Development Director Post

Two Finalists For New OC Tourism, Business Development Director Post

OCEAN CITY — Ocean City is moving closer to finding its new Director of Tourism and Business Development, a quarterback of sorts to direct the town’s sales and marketing strategy.In January, the Mayor and Council signed off on a major overhaul of Ocean City economic development and sales teams and directed City Manager Doug Miller… Read more »

Trimper, Parents Offer Senior Night Of Rides Next Week

Trimper, Parents Offer Senior Night Of Rides Next Week

OCEAN CITY – Local parents are working together to ensure their kids have a special senior year in spite of the pandemic.While schools are limited in what they can do for seniors within current guidelines, Stephen Decatur High School parents are doing what they can to come up with activities to celebrate students’ final year… Read more »