Bay Day in Ocean Pines has been canceled for 2020, but plans are underway to hold the event in 2021.
Comcast this week continues to work on infrastructure in several areas of Ocean Pines.
General Manager John Viola, during his July 1 report to the Ocean Pines Board, said several major initiatives remain on track.
The latest issue features statements and interviews from three candidates running for the Ocean Pines Board of Directors, as well as key dates in the election process.
Ocean Pines Police on Monday held a “drive-through” escort for retired Anne Arundel County Police Cpl. George Juckett.
Read highlights from the July 1 Board meeting, view the online version of the Ocean Pines quarterly newsletter and check out this weekend's live music at the Yacht Club.
Video for the July 1 regular Ocean Pines Association Board meeting is now available online.
After some debate, Ocean Pines Board members on Wednesday agreed to further study the issue of short-term rentals in the community, rather than take immediate action.
Ocean Pines Association President Doug Parks discussed the following items during the President’s Remarks portion of a July 1 regular Board meeting, held at the Ocean Pines Golf Clubhouse
Make plans to spend the July 4th holiday weekend in Ocean Pines! Restaurants, pools, golf, farmers market and racquet sports are open!
An Ocean Pines man recently took it upon himself to restore a frequently used park bench in his neighborhood
The Worcester County Complete Count Committee wants to ensure an accurate census count so residents, businessmen and governments have access to federal funds for health care, transportation, community services and education over the next 10 years.
The Ocean Pines Board of Directors will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, July 1, starting at 7 p.m.
Hoping to make up some fundraising ground lost to COVID-19 postponements, the Mary Mac Foundation this week announced plans for a charity pickleball tournament, scheduled next month in Ocean Pines.
The Worcester County Health Department will host a self-directed "Just Walk" scavenger hunt on July 25 at three area parks.
Ocean Pines pools are open for recreational swimming or exercise. Due to capacity restrictions, guests are urged to call ahead to confirm availability.
The Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks Department is bring back youth soccer and t-ball for the summer. Sessions begin in July.
July 4 fireworks are postponed until September, all pools are now open, and youth sports are starting soon
The Ocean Pines Elections Committee is reminding homeowners that paying assessments by the voting eligibility deadline, July 1, is a prerequisite to vote in this year’s election.