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Susan Jones named Home Bank volunteer of the year

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, February 03, 2015 05:26 pm

Submitted / From left are Ocean City Home Bank Assistant Vice President of Marketing Beth Morgenweck, 2014 Volunteer of the Year Sue Jones, and Vice President of Accounting Janette Raab, with a $150 donation for March of Dimes. Submitted / From left are Ocean City Home Bank Assistant Vice President of Marketing Beth Morgenweck, 2014 Volunteer of the Year Sue Jones, and Vice President of Accounting Janette Raab, with a $150 donation for March of Dimes.

Ocean City Home Bank employee Susan Jones was named the company’s 2014 Volunteer of the year.

Jones, of Upper Township, an employee in the accounting department, worked last year to support worthwhile causes such as March of Dimes, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, and Walk for the Wounded.

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Ocean City Home Bank promotes banking officers

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, January 29, 2015 12:00 am

Ocean City Home Bank announced the promotion of three employees.

Debbie Clark has been promoted to the position of vice president of business development, Janette Raab is now vice president of accounting, and Chris Venturi has been promoted to assistant vice president of accounting.

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Ocean City Home Bank donations top $1 million

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, January 21, 2015 12:00 am

Submitted / Ocean City Home Charitable Foundation grant recipients gather during a reception Dec. 17 in their honor. Submitted / Ocean City Home Charitable Foundation grant recipients gather during a reception Dec. 17 in their honor.

OCEAN CITY — With its latest round of donations, the charitable arm of Ocean City Home Bank has distributed more than $1 million to local organizations over the last 10 years.

On Dec. 17, the Ocean City Home Charitable Foundation distributed $90,600 in grants to 26 charities from Atlantic and Cape May counties, bringing the Foundation’s donation total to $1,035,100.

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Joe and Chris Ferzoco join Keller Williams

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, December 09, 2014 12:00 am

OCEAN CITY — Joe Ferzoco and Chris Ferzoco of The Ferzoco Group, one of the country’s top-producing real estate teams, is leaving Re/Max at the Shore to join the Keller Williams Realty team at the Jersey Shore market center.

“We’re excited to welcome Joe and Chris and the entire Ferzoco Group to the Keller Williams family,” said operating principal Paul Chiolo. “This market center succeeds through its people, and having Joe and Chris on our team is a huge win for us.”

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Old Salt to close Boardwalk store

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Written by Claire Lowe Thursday, November 13, 2014 03:13 pm

OCEAN CITY — Old Salt on the Ocean City Boardwalk announced that after 38 years, it will be closing after Thanksgiving weekend.

The business made the announcement Thursday afternoon via Facebook.

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Frankie’s on the Bay to open at former Bongo Café location

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Written by Ann Richardson Tuesday, November 04, 2014 12:00 am

The interior of the new Frankie’s on the Bay, at 1050 Bay Ave. in Ocean City, will be an ode to coal country. The interior of the new Frankie’s on the Bay, at 1050 Bay Ave. in Ocean City, will be an ode to coal country.

OCEAN CITY — Looking to bring a taste of the coal country to the Jersey Shore, Frankie’s on the Bay at 10th Street will open this month.

Located at 1050 Bay Ave., the site of the former Bongo Cafe, the newly renovated restaurant will be “set back in time,” according to co-owner Laura Sacco.

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