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Summer starts and ends well for resort

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OCEAN CITY — Hot, sunny days and increased promotions brought a record number of visitors to Ocean City this summer, according to Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michele Gillian.

Boardwalk merchants have ‘outstanding’ summer

Boardwalk merchants have ‘outstanding’ summer

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OCEAN CITY — For many Ocean City Boardwalk businesses, summer is their time to shine.

Weather, day trippers make difference in Cape May

Weather, day trippers make difference in Cape May

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CAPE MAY — Up and down the Washington Street Mall, store owners reflected upon a strong season this summer. A variety of factors affected sale…

‘Incredible’ season for Somers Point as people discover all that it has to offer

‘Incredible’ season for Somers Point as people discover all that it has to offer

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SOMERS POINT — Whether they packed Somers Point beaches for a concert, sampled the area’s eats or enjoyed the bay, a lot of visitors were in t…

Ocean City girls tennis team heavy on seniors this season

Ocean City girls tennis team heavy on seniors this season

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OCEAN CITY – Samantha DiMatteo, the head coach of the Ocean City High School girls tennis team, is coming into the season with a senior-heavy squad.

Red Raider football shuts out LCMR, 35-0

Red Raider football shuts out LCMR, 35-0

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ERMA – The scoring was one-sided and fast and furious in Friday night’s game between the Ocean City High School Red Raiders and the Lower Cape…

Mainland Regional girls tennis a young but competitive squad

Mainland Regional girls tennis a young but competitive squad

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LINWOOD – Kathy Yohe got part of her answer Wednesday, Sept. 4.

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play Underwater demolition on old Beesleys Point bridge

Underwater demolition on old Beesleys Point bridge

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An underwater demolition team set charges earlier this week on one of the remaining parts of the old Beesleys Point bridge that used to connect Somers Point and Upper Township via Route 9. This morning, Friday, Nov. 18, about 11:20 a.m., after tugs put down extra protective barriers under the water for catch debris, and the area was cleared of fishing boats, the explosives were set off. In the video by Sentinel staff member David Nahan, the small concrete remains atop the water are visible before the blast and are gone afterwards. The water appeared to rise more than 45 feet into the air.