Published in the May 02, 2012 issue
Editorial: Council election
A quick take on the ward candidates
Any of the candidates running for the Ocean City Council ward elections on Tuesday, May 8, would adequately serve the city. Some have behind the scenes support from administration allies or a political party backing them despite the supposed nonpartisan nature of Ocean City government, but that doesn’t disqualify any of them.
Editorial: The cost-benefit analysis of BYOB
Voters' decision: Is alcohol worth damage to the city's image
With all the alcohol consumed in Ocean City in private homes, in private clubs and at private functions – and as busy as the liquor stores stay at the main entrances to town – it is laughable to pretend ending the ban on public consumption of alcohol on the island somehow serves the true core values of the community.
Fears of BYOB will not be realized
By GARY A. PYNE
Although we are not voting residents of Ocean City we are longtime property owners and subscribe to the Sentinel to keep up with the
My town, wet and dry
By JOHN McCALL
Nasruddin, so the fable goes, was asked to judge a marital dispute. He listened to the husband’s argument and then said to him, “I believe
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