Posted by Good Clean Fun Life | Saturday, July 26, 2014
80′s flashback at Seacrets the other night, hosted by Bacardi with Rubix Kube on the stage. Talk about entertainment, these guys know how to put on a show! ...READ POST.
Posted by Shorebread | Friday, July 25, 2014
This BBQ sauce is perfect for everything from grilled chicken to wings and pork to burgers. Switch up your fruit as the seasons change and change it up all year long! Try figs, peaches, or even apples! Just playing in the kitchen with different flavors and ideas can make the best dishes! Hope you love this one! BBQ Sauce: 3/4 cup fresh blueberries 3/4 cup fresh blackberries ¼ cup balsamic … READ MORE...READ POST.
Posted by Shorebread | Friday, July 25, 2014
All of you loyal ShoreBread Instagram followers probably saw our picture earlier this week of one of our ShoreBread staffers kayaking. Well last week when the humidity was low and a light breeze was blowing, we paddled our way up, down (and sideways one time…woops) the Pocomoke River. Before we made our trip to this body of water, we were not aware of the unique history that surrounded it. … READ MORE...READ POST.
Tall Ship Set To Arrive In Ocean City Next Week; Original Plan To Host Two Vessels Foiled By Mechanical Issues
OCEAN CITY – The town and the National Air, Sea and Space Foundation settled some last-minute business this week in advance of next week’s arrival of the Spanish tall ship El Galeon Andalucia. The El Galeon Andalucia is setting sail on a five-month tour of the East Coast stopping in Ocean City for its first port-of call. According to National Air, Sea and Space Foundation (NASSF), the exact date … READ MORE...READ POST.
OCEAN CITY – A little over a year and half after he started working with the Town of Ocean City, Planning and Community Development Director Matt Margotta has submitted his resignation to take effect at the end of August. According to Ocean City Communications Manager Jessica Waters, Margotta submitted his resignation to City Manager David Recor over the weekend. Margotta reportedly told his staff on Monday of his planned … READ MORE...READ POST.
BERLIN- The Berlin Little League Intermediate team rolled past Pennsylvania, 7-1, on Thursday morning in the semifinals of the eastern regional tournament behind a magnificent pitching performance by Tristan McDonough to advance to the threshold of a regional championship and a possible trip to California for the national tournament. McDonough was outstanding on the mound for Berlin on Thursday, allowing no earned runs and no walks while scattering four … READ MORE...READ POST.
SALISBURY — A plan to split Salisbury into five voting districts advanced out of work session this week despite opposition from a minority of the City Council. Opponents argued that the city is attempting to fix what isn’t broken, while supporters feel that Salisbury’s current two-district system isn’t a fair representation of all of the area’s diverse neighborhoods. Debate has been lively about re-districting in Salisbury for better than … READ MORE...READ POST.
Council Defended Editor: It is my belief that the Ocean City Council is doing a great job. They have created an inviting atmosphere and are doing their best to work to make our great town the best place possible for visitors, vacationers, home owners and business owners. I have found them to be completely accessible and only a phone call away when needed. I recently had a concern about … READ MORE...READ POST.
SALISBURY — A small business and veteran-owned small business procurement preference program will likely see implementation in Salisbury following a successful review in work session this week. If adopted, the program could be a stepping stone for related initiatives in veteran hiring and minority business preferences. Under the suggested guidelines, the preference program would give what amounts to a slight score bonus to bids for service submitted by qualified … READ MORE...READ POST.
ASSATEAGUE — At least two wild horses on Assateague became ill after raiding campsites and eating human food, further illustrating the importance of limiting interaction between humans and the wild animals on the barrier island. Ironically, just a week after Assateague officials posted a picture on their Facebook page about a wild horse named Chama Wingapo raiding a tent for food, the mare was one of two horses reported … READ MORE...READ POST.
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