Ocean City Councilman Robert Barr will be hosting a Fourth Ward meeting on Saturday at the Ocean City Free Public Library. Barr will meet personally with residents about any issues they have about government; an update on various capital projects will be offered.
Business owners in Ocean City will keep their clothes on and walk into the Atlantic Ocean next Friday to begin the tourism season. The city is looking for business owners to keep their business attire on and get wet to help open the first big holiday weekend of the year. The event will take place…
The business administrator for Ocean City is resigning effective June 1st. James Mallon has informed city leaders that he will step down at the end of the month to accept a position in the private sector. Mallon has worked for the city for 16 years; a search for his replacement begins immediately.
State Police will be holding its second annual “Missing in New Jersey” event next weekend to put a spotlight on individuals who remain missing in the Garden State. One of them is John T. Glenn who was last seen in Ocean City 11 years ago who sailed from his boat and has not been seen…
The Cape Atlantic League girls’ lacrosse title belongs to the Ocean City Red Raiders. Ocean City knocked off Lower Cape May, 15-2 on Tuesday to win the championship. The Lady Red Raiders have a 14-1 record and are perfect in the CAL. Ocean City has won 22 consecutive games over league competition. For more, see…
Jay Gillian has been re-elected as mayor of Ocean City. Gillian garnered 63 percent of the vote during Tuesday night’s election, easily defeating John Flood. Three incumbents were returned to council; they ran unopposed.
It’s Mayor Jay Gillian versus former Council President John Flood in today’s mayoral election in Ocean City. Polls are open in the city and will remain open until 8:00pm. Three council seats are also up for grab; candidates in those races are running unopposed.
Monday is the final full day of campaigning for the Ocean City mayoral race. Polls will be open Tuesday from 6:00am until 8:00pm for voters to head to the polls to pick a mayor in a contested race. Incumbent Mayor Jay Gillian is opposed by John Flood. Three council races in the city are uncontested.
There’s a big political battle brewing in Ocean City on Tuesday. Voters will fill the seat of mayor during an election that features incumbent Jay Gillian and challenger John Flood. Three at large council seats will be filled; the candidates are running unopposed. Polls will be open Tuesday until 8pm.
It was a no-hitter for Ocean City junior pitcher Brandon Lashley during a 1-0 victory over Middle Township Tuesday afternoon. The victory was the Red Raiders’ ninth consecutive win and improved Lashley’s season record to 4-0. For more, see Tom Williams’ story on CoastSportsToday.com.