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  • Now
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    Cloudy

    49°

    Feels Like: 45°

    High of 52° with a low of 32°

    Humidity: 62%

    Wind: WSW at 10mph

Extended Forecast

  • Tomorrow
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    Showers possible early. Lows overnight in the low 30s.

    High of 52° with a low of 32°

    Chance of Precip: 60%

    Wind: NW at 12mph

  • saturday
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    Plenty of sun. Highs in the low 40s and lows in the upper 20s.

    High of 42° with a low of 28°

    Chance of Precip: 0%

    Wind: NNW at 11mph

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  • Open space versus a new building on 9th St.

    Open space versus a new building on 9th St.

    OCEAN CITY – Paul Chiolo, broker/owner of Keller Williams Realty Jersey Shore said he had a “sense of security” regarding the city’s intentions to condemn or purchase three shuttered gas stations along the Ninth Street corridor.

  • Stunning wooded estate features multilevel home, income-producing rental

    Stunning wooded estate features multilevel home, income-producing rental

    SEAVILLE — The spectacular property at 69 Hope Corson Road in the Seaville section of Upper Township offers a multitude of options with its 3,600-square-foot main home and semi-attached front house.

  • Upper students growing veggies, fish via aquaponics

    Upper students growing veggies, fish via aquaponics

    PETERSBURG — Seventh-grade students are growing tomatoes and arugula and raising tilapia in a middle school classroom through an aquaponics project meant to teach them about sustainability and environmentalism. 

  • The Fast and the Furriest 5K Turkey Trot

    The Fast and the Furriest 5K Turkey Trot

    Jake Davis, 20, (in white T-shirt), leads more than 900 runners Thursday morning in The Fast and the Furriest 5K Turkey Trot to benefit the Humane Society of Ocean City. The annual Thanksgiving Day run continues to increase in participation. This year there were 934 participants. Davis, a former standout runner for Ocean City High School now making his mark in college, won the race in a time of 16:53. Brittany Eberson, 31, of Marmora, at right, a former state champion runner for OCHS, was the female winner, taking eighth place overall with a time of 18:18. The top 10 finishers included a raft of former Red Raider runners, including Evan Schmeizer, who was sixth; Stephen Hoffman, now a volunteer coach, who was seventh; Gavyn Fox, ninth; and Andrew DeMaria, 10th. Other top finishers were Max Stayton, 16, of Sudbury, Mass., second; Leo Zaccaria, 19, of Wildwood, third; Dan Mink, 21, of Yardley, Pa. fourth; and Mike Roesch, 39, who was fifth. There were 525 female participants and 408 male, and a large number of them were adorned with Thanksgiving-related headgear. More than 775 runners preregistered with more signing up the morning of the event. It was cold, but clear and sunny.

  • Tommy Miles Jr.

    Tommy Miles Jr.

    Tommy Miles Jr. of Ocean City, NJ passed away with his family Sunday morning, Nov. 24, 2019, in Browns Mills, NJ.

  • Gardenias can survive cold winter in southern New Jersey with a little care

    Gardenias can survive cold winter in southern New Jersey with a little care

    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’s Deauville Inn has been sold

    STRATHMERE — The Deauville Inn, a Strathmere landmark for generations, has been sold. 

  • Legislators not for recreational marijuana in NJ

    TRENTON — Since the move to legalize marijuana came up short of votes in the Legislature, lawmakers say the people will decide the issue next year via public referendum.

  • City honors Senior League 16U softball team for championship

    City honors Senior League 16U softball team for championship

    NORTHFIELD — City Council honored the Northfield Senior League 16U girls softball team Tuesday, Nov. 26, for winning the Section 4 championship July 10. 

  • Hydrologist notes Ocean City wasn’t beach community 21,000 years ago

    OCEAN CITY – Dr. Tom Harrington, a hydrologist from the Urban Coastal Institute at Monmouth University, said thousands of years ago, Ocean City wasn’t a beachfront community.