Ocean City Gazette | Business

MC Signs reopens in Ocean City

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Written by Ann Richardson Sunday, January 12, 2014 01:00 am

Submitted / Mark Crego sits at the state-of-the art computer in his recently renovated Ocean City shop. Submitted / Mark Crego sits at the state-of-the art computer in his recently renovated Ocean City shop.

OCEAN CITY — After working in Somers Point for several years, Mark Crego came back to Ocean City, where he started, designing and crafting signs in 1980, only to be flooded out six months later by Hurricane Sandy.

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Ocean City’s iconic Chatterbox is for sale

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Written by Ann Richardson Sunday, December 22, 2013 11:26 am

Ann Richardson / The Chatterbox, which has been a fixture on Ninth Street since it was built in the 1920s, is now for sale. The iconic pink restaurant has been in the Repici family for 42 years, but owner Marie Repici says it's time for a new family to be a part of the building's storied history. Ann Richardson / The Chatterbox, which has been a fixture on Ninth Street since it was built in the 1920s, is now for sale. The iconic pink restaurant has been in the Repici family for 42 years, but owner Marie Repici says it's time for a new family to be a part of the building's storied history.

OCEAN CITY — The Chatterbox, which has been a fixture at the corner of Ninth Street and Central Avenue since it was built in the 1920s, is for sale.

The iconic pink restaurant has been in the Repici family for 42 years, but owner Marie Repici says it's time for a new family to be a part of the building's storied history.

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Send a sweet piece of Ocean City this year

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Written by Claire Lowe Wednesday, December 11, 2013 01:00 am

Claire Lowe / Walt Hohman of Ward’s Pastry on Asbury Avenue shows off a gingerbread house and a cookie tray available for the holidays. Claire Lowe / Walt Hohman of Ward’s Pastry on Asbury Avenue shows off a gingerbread house and a cookie tray available for the holidays.

OCEAN CITY — Although known for its summertime treats – saltwater taffy, Johnson’s Popcorn, Bob’s Lemonade, to name a few – Ocean City still offers plenty of seasonal specialties for the holidays.

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Berkshire Hathaway applauds sales associates

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, December 05, 2013 01:00 am

OCEAN CITY — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach salutes sales associates in the Ocean City Offices for being the office leaders for the month of October.

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Prudential makes the change to Berkshire Hathaway Tuesday

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, November 15, 2013 01:00 am

Cutting the ribbon at the 5501 West Ave. office, in front are office manager Michael Allegretto, also a city councilman; Christen Andrews, Joe Sheppard, Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian and Councilman Antwan McCellan. In back are Council President Tony Wilson, Sue Bomberger, John Woolam, Jim Marshall, Ocean City Chamber Executive Director Michele Gillian, chamber representative Bill McMahon and Councilman Mike DeVlieger. Cutting the ribbon at the 5501 West Ave. office, in front are office manager Michael Allegretto, also a city councilman; Christen Andrews, Joe Sheppard, Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian and Councilman Antwan McCellan. In back are Council President Tony Wilson, Sue Bomberger, John Woolam, Jim Marshall, Ocean City Chamber Executive Director Michele Gillian, chamber representative Bill McMahon and Councilman Mike DeVlieger.

OCEAN CITY — Prudential Fox and Roach officially changed over to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox and Roach Tuesday, Nov. 12 and Ocean City offices celebrated the switch.

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Ocean City businesses receive post-Sandy grants

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, November 15, 2013 01:00 am

Five Ocean City businesses have been awarded Stronger NJ Business Grants to support their recovery from Hurricane Sandy, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority announced Thursday, Nov. 14.

Pelican Pete’s Island Car Wash, Neal’s A&D Tire Service, Christina’s Butterfly Boutique, Making Waves, and Serendipity Bed and Breakfast all received grants from the Stronger NJ Business Grant program, which offers grants of up to $50,000 per impacted location to New Jersey businesses damaged by the storm. To date, 132 businesses have been approved for grants totaling over $6.6 million.

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