• knight's tale OCEAN CITY - King Arthur, played by Oliver Trout, and Patsy, played by Brendan Haddon, visit with the Knights who say Ni, the tallest knight played by Matt Popp, and encounter another problem after handing over the shrubbery the knights demanded as the students perform Monty Python’s “Spamalot” Saturday, April 5 in the Hughes Performing Arts Center at Ocean City High School.  

  • OCEAN CITY — The five Republican candidates for U.S. Senate — Brian Goldberg, Rich Pezzullo, Murray Sabrin, Robert Turkavage and Jeff Bell — will each make a presentation at the Ocean City Republican Club meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 15 in Lecture Room 110 at the Ocean City Public Library, 1735 Simpson Ave.

  • District says students never turned away for parents’ lack of photo ID

    OCEAN CITY — The Ocean City School District is among 138 districts statewide where enrollment requirements include photo identification, prompting the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey to threaten litigation if the policy doesn’t change.

  • Claire Lowe/ King Arthur, center, portrayed by Oliver Trout, and the Knights of the Round Table, with Brother Maynard, at left, portrayed by Parker Guariglia, and Arthur’s horse Patsy, in center, portrayed by Brendan Haddon.

    OCEAN CITY — Ocean City High School Drama Guild will present “Monty Python’s Spamalot,” a musical lovingly ripped off from “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” by Eric Idle and John DuPrez, April 3-5 at the Hughes Performing Arts Center.

  • newAlstonEighteen players from area high schools will put on their basketball uniforms one last time on Saturday, March 29 to play in All Star Saturday at the Dixie Howell Memorial Gymnasium in Ocean City.

    Prime Events All Star Saturday will be held at Ocean City High School on Saturday with the best seniors from the Cape-Atlantic League facing off in the final two basketball games of four that celebrate the present and future of the CAL.

Ocean City Gazette

TV/media students work hard to produce new ‘Current OC’

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Written by Ann Richardson Friday, February 01, 2013 01:00 am

OCEAN CITY — “Current OC,” the high school’s student-run news broadcast, was the star of the show at a Wednesday, Jan. 23 meeting of the Ocean City Board of Education.

Appearing with the executive production team, faculty advisors Greg Wheeldon and Steve Trauger said the newly launched, monthly production was phenomenal.

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Move-in dates will vary for Peck’s Beach Village residents

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Written by Cindy Nevitt Thursday, January 31, 2013 04:31 pm

Cindy Nevitt / The 10 odd-numbered units from 401 to 419 at Peck’s BeachVillage are the likeliest to be ready for occupants, perhaps as early as next week. Cindy Nevitt / The 10 odd-numbered units from 401 to 419 at Peck’s BeachVillage are the likeliest to be ready for occupants, perhaps as early as next week.

OCEAN CITY – While Nicholas Thompson shares the eagerness of many in seeing the residents of Peck’s Beach Village return to their homes, he said it’s unlikely that residents will be able to return by the end of this week.

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The Business at Hand >> Success in the arts equal to academic accomplishments

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Written by Ann Richardson Wednesday, January 30, 2013 01:00 am

The Business at Hand is a weekly column by Ann Richardson where she discusses her take on local issues

It was a simple wooden spoon, an engraved token of appreciation for everything that a dedicated group of local chefs, restaurants and businesses had done to help raise more than $4,500 in scholarship funding for Ocean City High School.

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SBA loans available to businesses and homeowners for post-hurricane recovery

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Written by Ann Richardson Wednesday, January 30, 2013 01:00 am

OCEAN CITY — Appearing before a standing-room only crowd at the Ocean City Community Association meeting Saturday, Jan. 26, Michael Flores, the public information officer for the U.S. Small Business Administration, said he would like to assist Ocean City residents as they try to heal in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

“In times of disaster, the Small Business Administration sends me around the country to talk about the process,” he said.

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Ocean City Board of Education news in brief, edition of Jan. 30, 2013

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Written by Ann Richardson Tuesday, January 29, 2013 01:00 am

OCEAN CITY — The following items were discussed at the Wednesday, Jan. 23 meeting of the Ocean City Board of Education.

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Taste of the Shore gives St. Peters community a much-need respite from Sandy recovery

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Written by Ann Richardson Monday, January 28, 2013 03:33 pm

Ann Richardson / Assisting in the kitchen for St. Peter's Ann Richardson / Assisting in the kitchen for St. Peter's

OCEAN CITY — To welcome 2013 and celebrate all that St. Peter’s has done for the community in the past and will continue to do in the future, the church held a “Taste of the Shore” open house on Tuesday, Jan. 22.

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Ocean City Police Blotter, edition of Jan. 30, 2013

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, January 28, 2013 01:01 pm

Ocean City Police Blotter, edition of Jan. 30, 2013 Ocean City Police Blotter, edition of Jan. 30, 2013

Police Blotter information is supplied by local and other law enforcement agencies. Each person named is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

The Ocean City Police Department responded to 643 calls for service Jan. 20-26.

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Kids have fun at Betsy Young scholarship fund carnival

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Written by Jen Marra Monday, January 28, 2013 01:00 am

Bill and Jocelyn Westerman and their son Gavyn, 11, all of Ocean City, pose as zombies in a carnival cutout made by artists Nancy Palermo and Sue Rau, both of Ocean City, during the Betsy Young Memorial Fund Carnival at the Ocean City Intermediate School Saturday, Jan. 26. Bill and Jocelyn Westerman and their son Gavyn, 11, all of Ocean City, pose as zombies in a carnival cutout made by artists Nancy Palermo and Sue Rau, both of Ocean City, during the Betsy Young Memorial Fund Carnival at the Ocean City Intermediate School Saturday, Jan. 26.

Bill and Jocelyn Westerman and their son Gavyn, 11, all of Ocean City, pose as zombies in a carnival cutout made by artists Nancy Palermo and Sue Rau, both of Ocean City, during the Betsy Young Memorial Fund Carnival at the Ocean City Intermediate School Saturday, Jan. 26.

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