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House of the Day: A Unit for You Plus Six More, On the Water

0 Written by: | Friday, Apr 11, 2014 4:20pm

$899,000
460 Carvel Beach Road, Anne Arundel County

460 Carvel Beach Road
460 Carvel Beach Road
460 Carvel Beach Road
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Beaches, Lifeline

What Exactly Happened in the Ocean City Church Fire?

2 Written by: | Monday, Dec 02, 2013 10:03am

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There’s a whole lot that’s fishy about the fire that destroyed an Episcopal church in Ocean City last week. If you haven’t heard, the church caught on fire when a man who was himself on fire (!?) ran into the rectory of St. Paul’s by the Sea last Tuesday morning. It only gets stranger from there.
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Beaches, Hot House

Beach House: Cool And Contemporary in Rehoboth, 1 1/2 Blocks From Ocean

2 Written by: | Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013 10:07am

Hot House: 112 Norfolk Street, Rehoboth, Delaware 19971

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Wood frame, two-story, detached beach house with vinyl siding, built in 2005. Six bedrooms and seven baths, 3,500 sq. feet. Full finished basement, sunroom, outdoor deck and .13 acre lot. Central air, outdoor shower, off street parking: $1,599,000

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What: In July, we dream of beach houses. Number 112 Norfolk Street in Rehoboth is an airy, open-plan house, built in 2005, that’s been gently used and still feels like new. There’s nothing amazing or remarkable about it – kitchen is smallish, there are no awesome views — but this close to the beach, where every square foot counts, houses can be a little claustrophobic, and 112 is not. The interior photos here don’t really do it justice. There are hardwood and tile floors, hallways are wide, ceilings are high. It’s all light and clean, and because the bones are good, a little decorating would go a long way. Several of the six bedrooms are quite small,  but with some bunk beds, there is plenty of room for your whole family. Most important, especially for teenagers and grandparents, lots of bathrooms. The walk to the beach is pleasant, with no busy streets to cross. Read More →

Beaches, Real Estate, Home & Garden

Ocean City Among Top 5 Most Popular Cities for a Vacation Home

0 Written by: | Friday, May 31, 2013 9:32am

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“Second homes are a luxury,” according to Jed Kolko, chief economist of the real estate website Trulia.com. But if you could afford them, where would you buy one?

Using data provided by Trulia, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 10 most searched places for vacation homes between April 2012 and March 2013.

North Wildwood and Ocean City, both in N.J., emerged the top two vacation-home towns. The towns are popular among residents of Philadelphia and New York areas, probably even more after Hurricane Sandy led to a big slump in the prices. Read More →

Beaches, Lifeline

Are You Afraid of the Bay Bridge?

3 Written by: | Wednesday, May 29, 2013 11:18am

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I am known to get a little white-knuckled and superstitious when driving across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The rails are low, the shore seems distant, and it’s easy to imagine my car careening off the side and landing with a splash in the waters below. But the idea of paying someone $25 to shuttle me across — as several thousand people apparently do every year, according to the New York Times — never once occurred to me.
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Beaches, Hot House, Real Estate, Home & Garden

To Adorable And Beyond: Five Beach Cottages In Lewes, Delaware

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Feb 12, 2013 9:13am

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Hot Houses: Five beach cottages, each under a million, in the Historic District of Lewes, Delaware — a short walk to ocean beach, farmer’s market, and downtown. Some bigger than others. Read More →

Beaches, Lifeline

Casket Floats out of its Grave in Eastern Shore Cemetery

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012 10:36am

Um, eeek:  Yahoo News is reporting that Hurricane Sandy-related flooding caused a casket to float out of its grave in a Crisfield (Eastern Shore) cemetery. Happy Halloween, everybody.

Beaches, Culture, Lifeline

Stars in OC to Film Movie

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 03, 2012 2:45pm

 

If you happen to be walking down the boardwalk in Ocean City and spot what looks like Janet from The Rocky Horror Picture Show or the mom, Lorraine, from Back to the Future, it’s not a look-alike. Susan Sarandon and Lea Thompson are “down the ocean” filming Ping Pong Summer, a movie scheduled to be released next year. The film stars Sarandon and Thompson and also John Hannah and is directed and written by Michael Tully. Read More →

Beaches, How Does Your Garden Show?

Bethany Beach Blooms Create Instant Good Will

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Sep 05, 2012 12:07pm

 

Every year public gardening efforts at nearby beaches seem to increase.  Bethany Beach was so colorful the week I stayed nearby, surely it was most floriferous of  the Maryland/Delaware seaside resorts. Read More →

Beaches, Canton, Cockeysville, Lifeline

Nacho Mama’s Owner Killed in Ocean City Bike Accident

0 Written by: | Saturday, Aug 25, 2012 2:10pm

Patrick Michael McCusker, the owner of  two popular Canton eateries, Nacho Mama’s and Mama’s On the Halfshell, was killed last night when his bike collided with a bus in Ocean City.

From the Ocean City Police Dept. website:

On August 24, 2012, at approximately 8:38 p.m. Ocean City Police and Paramedics responded to the north bound lanes of 132nd Street and Coastal Highway, in reference to vehicle collision involving an Ocean City Municipal bus and a bicycle.

Emergency personnel arrived at the scene and determined that a bicycle being operated by an adult male impacted a city bus that was travelling in the north bound bus lane, in the area of 132th Street and Coastal Highway.

The operator of the bicycle was seriously injured and treated at the scene by OC EMS.  The cyclist was taken by ambulance to Atlantic General Hospital and then transferred to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where he later died.  The deceased has been identified as: Patrick Michael McCusker, 49, of Cockeysville, Maryland.

Ocean City Police are investigating this fatal collision.  The identity of the municipal bus driver involved in this collision is not being released at this time.

Anyone with any information regarding this incident is asked to contact the OCPD, SGT R. Townsend at: 410-520-5357.

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