CEAN CITY — The remodeled Victorian home at 501 5th St., first floor, provides the opportunity to live in a historic home without having to deal with icky old stuff.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Bay Atlantic Symphony Board of Directors appointment Brian McPeak, of Ocean City, as the new executive director for the Bay Atlantic Symphony.
I love gardenias. Whenever I pass the hardy gardenia plants in the nursery, I have to stop to smell them. They are truly one of my favorite scents. I have a beautiful bloom on my kitchen table right now.
STRATHMERE — The Deauville Inn, a Strathmere landmark for generations, has been sold.
OCEAN CITY — The Red Raiders proved too much for the Mustangs for the third time this season, winning the NJSIAA South Jersey Group III girls soccer title 6-0 on Thursday at Carey Stadium.
The Ocean City High School girls soccer team won the South Jersey Group III sectional title Thursday afternoon, beating Mainland Regional 6-0 at Carey Stadium in Ocean City. Faith Slimmer scored three goals in the game. Sister Hope Slimmer scored once, as did Carly Reighard and Summer Reimet. The girls will now play in the state Group III tournament. Red Raider goalie Abbey Fenton added to her career and season school shutout record with the victory. Ocean City is now 22-2.
Given the mood in the First Legislative District in New Jersey, Jeff Van Drew may not have been re-elected if he were still in his Senate seat on Nov. 5.
OCEAN CITY – Military life for Ronald J. “Rocky” Gannon began during his junior year in High School when he enlisted in the Army Air Corps at age 17. Gannon was born in Palermo and moved to Ocean City and attended Ocean City High School.
LINWOOD — The Mainland Regional High School Marching Mustangs accomplished a lot of goals this season, but none greater than winning the Atlantic Coast Championships with a school-record 95.54 points Saturday, Nov. 2, at Central Dauphin Stadium near Harrisburg, Pa.
NORTHFIELD — It appears as if the Democrats have taken power in Northfield, winning a fourth seat on the seven-member board when challenger Paul Utts defeated incumbent City Council President Jeff Lischin.