Around the Pines

OPA seeks information from propane suppliers

With the timing for natural gas coming to the community still uncertain, the Ocean Pines Association is asking local propane suppliers for information about the services they can provide to property owners. OPA President Dave Stevens during a report at … read more

Association News

Thompson misses November deadline for producing new capital plan draft

Stevens shrugs it off, says working group will have preliminary CIP template by the end of January for presentation to the board regardless of what the GM does or does not produce. Back in October, the Ocean Pines Association’s general … read more

Happenings

Members of the Pine’eer Craft Club are pictured after decorating their tree in White Horse Park.  The tree is decorated with “Santa Spoons”, pine cones, and bright red bows and is located near the Craft Shop in White Horse Park.  The shop, which is open Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to r p.m., features hand crafted items created by members of the Pine’eer Craft Club.  Pictured left to right are Jackie Kollar, Janet Rosensteel, Carol Mills, Luz Castello, and Nancy Welsh.

Pine’eer tree

Members of the Pine’eer Craft Club are pictured after decorating their tree in White Horse Park. The tree is decorated with “Santa Spoons”, pine cones, and bright red bows and is located near the Craft Shop in White Horse Park. … read more

Worcester County

Madison J. Bunting, Jr. (from left) and Merrill W. Lockfaw, Jr. were elected president and vice president, respectively, of the Board of Worcester County Commissioners through December 2015.

Bunting elected Worcester County Commissioner president

Madison “Jim” Bunting, Jr., one of two members who represent the community of Ocean Pines, was elected to serve as president of the Board of Worcester County Commissioners on Dec. 2. The seven 2014-2018 commissioners, with four newly elected officials … read more

Opinion

Closing the Yacht Club? Evidence of failure …

Thanks for the insightful reporting and editorializing on the current state of the new Yacht Club building (including the response to a letter by Mr. Bud Shea). One point that I don’t disagree with – – but I wish that you would … read more

Captain's Cove

Treasurer’s work group considers auction of unsold lot inventory

Prices might start as low as $1 to stimulate sales and new assessments. It may not see the light of day, but buried among the agenda items for the Dec. 11 meeting of the Captain’s Cove Board of Directors is … read more