Comcast this week continues to work on infrastructure in several areas of Ocean Pines.
Family members announced this week that a funeral service for Anna Foultz has been scheduled for June 22 at 10 a.m., at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
The new Clubhouse Bar and Grille is open, three candidates have been certified in the upcoming Board election, and Ocean Pines will host a new online Zumba class. All of this and more in this week's edition!
On an overcast day, with just a few dozen people in attendance, members of the Worcester County Veterans Memorial Foundation hosted a sparse and solemn Memorial Day in Ocean Pines.
In a letter to Elections Committee Chairman Steve Habeger this week, Ocean Pines Association Secretary Camilla Rogers confirmed that Doug Parks, Dr. Colette Horn and Dr. Stuart Lakemick had each qualified to run.
The following is a May 21 release from the office of Gov. Larry Hogan
The Worcester County Central Landfill in Newark and all three Homeowner Convenience Centers (HOCCs) will be closed Monday, May 25, 2020, for the Memorial Day holiday.
Maryland residents who are eligible to vote in the state’s June 2 Primary have until May 27 to pre-register for the vote-by-mail election.
Ocean Pines is reminding visitors to the weekly Farmers & Artisans Market that Maryland guidelines for face masks and social distancing are still in place.
Republic Services this week announced there would be no delay in trash pickup during upcoming holidays, including Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day.
Starting Wednesday May 27, 2020 from 10AM until 12 Noon, Kiwanis vehicles will be in the parking lot of the Ocean Pines Community Center parking lot outside the Assateague Room for drop off of non-perishable goods.
April’s internal financials will not be available on the 13th business day, in order to allow for adequate time for accounts payable to remain open and capture all fiscal year expenditures.
The following is a May 19 release from the office of Gov. Larry Hogan
On Tuesday, May 12, 2020, the Ocean Pines Association and Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) hosted a flood readiness webinar for Ocean Pines residents to learn more about their flood risk.
A commentary by Ocean Pines Association Vice President, Steve Tuttle
The following is a May 18 release from the office of Gov. Larry Hogan
Video for the May 18 special Ocean Pines Association Board meeting is now available online.
Check out the weekly and seasonal menu at the Yacht Club, read updates from the last two special Board meetings, and view the latest Ocean Pines crime bulletin in this week's edition.
The Ocean Pines Board of Directors will hold a virtual special meeting on Monday, May 18, starting at 1 p.m.