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Sara Swann


Ocean City, MD, United States

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Past articles by Sara:

Iconic Ocean City Flamingo Motel sold to local buyers

The Flamingo Motel, an iconic, family-owned establishment in Ocean City, has been split up and sold to local buyers. → Read More

Wicomico County executive and council caught in dispute over charter amendment

Following a change to Wicomico County's charter regarding administrative appointments, the executive and council disagree on how to move forward. → Read More

Coast Guard searches for 2 men after helicopter crash

The Coast Guard, along with state and local agencies, is searching for two men after a helicopter crashed near Kent Island on Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Following outcry, Berlin council looks to lower proposed tax increase

The Berlin Town Council has lowered its initial proposed property tax increase to 18% after hearing concerns from the community. → Read More

Electric scooters in Ocean City? Resort wants nothing to do with them

Electric scooters have been popping up in almost every major metro area across the United States, and Ocean City wants to keep them off its streets. → Read More

'Changing the skyline': Downtown Salisbury to be reshaped by high-rise apartment complex

East Main Street is set to be the new home of Salisbury, Maryland's tallest building in the form a 165-foot high-rise apartment complex. → Read More

Salisbury budget: No tax increases, but boosts to public safety, youth programs

Mayor Jake Day sent his proposed budget to the Salisbury City Council, which includes funding for public safety and youth programs. → Read More

Did you see that? Meteor spotted falling over Delmarva

More than 300 people reported seeing a bright green meteor streaking across the sky around the Delmarva area on Tuesday night. → Read More

Jim Mathias returns to politics in new role for UMES

Former state senator Jim Mathias started his new role as government relations director for the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in early March. → Read More

Salisbury sets goal to eliminate pedestrian deaths and injuries by 2030

Mayor Jake Day and the Salisbury City Council have set a goal to improve the city's pedestrian and traffic safety. → Read More

Wicomico in danger of losing Poplar Hill addiction treatment center funds

Heroin and opioid epidemic: Wicomico officials are on deadline to use Maryland funds to repurpose the Poplar Hill facility. → Read More

'A systematic dismantling of summer': Ocean City reacts to school start date change

Ocean City officials have expressed disappointment over a recent legislative vote that would undo a mandate to start school after Labor Day. → Read More

No high fines for violators of Ocean City special event zone after bill fails

A bill to increase fines for violators of Ocean City's special event zone was shut down by state legislators. → Read More

Georgetown police : 22 pounds of marijuana, 300 vape pens found during arrest

Georgetown police officers arrested a New York man after finding 22 pounds of marijuana and 300 THC vape pens in his car. → Read More

'Biggest Little Farm' documentary puts Decatur grads in big spotlight

The documentary "Biggest Little Farm" will be shown at the Ocean City Film Festival. The film is directed and produced by two Decatur graduates. → Read More

Maryland advocates urge legislative action on Clean Energy Jobs Act

Leaders of several advocacy groups gathered at the Maryland General Assembly on Tuesday, urging lawmakers to support the Clean Energy Jobs Act. → Read More

Maryland gun laws: 3 Lower Shore sheriffs join ranks against restrictive gun bills

The sheriffs of Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties have joined together in opposition to proposed restrictive gun laws in Maryland. → Read More

Ninja obstacle course? Yes, coming to Ocean City this spring

Starting this spring, families can put their skills to the test at Ocean City's new ninja obstacle challenge course. → Read More

What a $15 minimum wage in Maryland would mean for the Eastern Shore

Maryland Democrats are pushing for a $15 minimum wage. But Eastern Shore legislators worry the mandate could be devastating for local business. → Read More

Weather update: Expect snow, sleet, rain and icy conditions on Delmarva

As the latest winter storm blows across the country, many regions, including Delmarva, are preparing for snowy and icy conditions. → Read More