Ocean City Officials Say Women Will Be Fined For Being Topless On BeachAfter some back and forth with local lawmakers, they've decided to fine women who go topless.
Ocean City Officials Advise Beach Goers To Avoid Sea GrassAlso known as "Sea Grass" beach officials say mounds has washed up from 94th Street north to the Delaware State Line.
Hermine's Harsh Winds and Waves Still Cause Concern in Ocean CityAn otherwise perfect day in Ocean City. But upon closer inspection, the ocean's waves violently hit the shore.
Teens Reel In 5-Foot Long Shark In OCMDA group of teenage boys were caught by surprise earlier this month when a 5-foot long shark was on the end of their fishing line in Ocean City, Maryland.
Making A Splash: Ocean City Planning Beach Ball Water TowerOcean City is planning to build a new water tower over the Route 50 bridge that officials hope will feature a beach ball and become a memorable landmark for the city.
Heavy Weekend Traffic Expected On Bay BridgeThe Maryland Transportation Authority says motorists can expect heavier than normal traffic this weekend on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
Ocean City Police: Pregnant Woman Assaulted Officers Before Arrest, Emergency C-SectionArrests in Ocean City are sparking controversy after police took down a pregnant woman on the beach Sunday. She was part of a large group that says it was being harassed. But police have a very different version of what happened.
June Represents Busy Month For Ocean City PoliceIt happens every year: the start of the summer season brings an increase in crime to Ocean City.
Ocean City Looking For New Ways To Measure TourismOcean City tourism officials are trying to get a better sense of visitors and where they're coming from.
6 Charged With Rockfish Violations In Ocean CityMaryland Natural Resources Police say six men have been charged this month with rockfish violations in Ocean City.
23 Indicted On Heroin Charges In Ocean CityPolice in Ocean City say 23 people have been indicted on heroin charges as the beach resort deals with a spike in use of the drug.
Cleanup Efforts Continue In Md. & Del. Coastal Communities Coastal communities in Maryland and Delaware were spared the harshest of Superstorm Sandy's destruction. But as we know some areas did get bruised.