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Jesus at the Beach set July 25-27 in Ocean City
par By Mallory Panuska Staff Writer le 21/07/2022 à 5:30
Thousands of Christians will be coming together next week at resort locations to share and celebrate for three days at the 28th annual Jesus at the Beach Festival.
Ocean City Margaritaville developers favor new stacked parking amendment
par By Mallory Panuska Staff Writer le 07/07/2022 à 5:30
The developers of a planned Margaritaville resort favor the latest version of a code amendment allowing stacked valet parking at large downtown commercial projects.
Revised downtown Ocean City stacked parking ordinance advances
par By Mallory Panuska Staff Writer le 30/06/2022 à 5:30
Council members voted 6-1 to move a revised version of a code amendment that would allow stacked valet parking in two downtown districts to a second reading.
Former OPA director strikes back after his suspension
par By Jack Chavez, Staff Writer le 23/06/2022 à 5:44
Tom Janasek filed a lawsuit against the association, arguing the board of directors have no legal standing to enforce a 90-day amenity suspension upon him.
Ocean City looking into LED code regulations
par By Mallory Panuska Staff Writer le 16/06/2022 à 5:30
Propelled largely by the Cambria Hotel's glaring brightness, Ocean City planners are tackling a code amendment that would address LED lighting across the resort.
WWII vet takes in 96th year, reflects on rollercoaster life
par By Jack Chavez, Staff Writer le 09/06/2022 à 6:45
Morris Semiatin celebrated his 96th birthday with a small gathering in his honor at the Ocean City Firefighter Memorial on the Boardwalk last week.
Rosmarie Trapp remembered for kindness, faith, generosity
par Aaron Calvin | Staff Writer le 09/06/2022 à 10:00
Despite her famous surname, Rosmarie Trapp was better known to residents of Stowe for her kindness, generosity and devoutness than she ever was for her singing ability.
Ocean City Council advances Margaritaville facts, conditions
par By Mallory Panuska Staff Writer le 05/05/2022 à 5:30
A Margaritaville resort slated for the oceanside at 13th and 14th streets moved closer to reality with approvals needed for a planned overlay district.
Four Worcester Commissioners sponsor towers bill
par By Jack Chavez, Staff Writer le 21/04/2022 à 5:30
Four Commissioners signed their names to a text amendment that could allow telecommunications towers to sit as close as 500 feet to a single home.
Session over but work continues for Worcester delegation
par By Jack Chavez, Staff Writer le 21/04/2022 à 5:30
The 2022 session of the MGA is over and State Sen. Mary Beth Carozza and Del. Wayne Hartman are now turning their attention to meeting with constituents.
Masks optional on Ocean City buses — for now
par By Mallory Panuska Staff Writer le 21/04/2022 à 5:30
Masks are no longer required on Ocean City buses following the surprise overturn of a federal mandate early this week, but the decision may be short lived.
Corruption tainted East Chicago public housing projects
par Sarah Reese email@example.com, (219) 933-3351 le 11/12/2016 à 12:00
The East Chicago Housing Authority built the West Calumet Housing Complex in the early 1970s with little fanfare, as the authority’s director quietly took more than $100,000 in kickbacks for helping to steer various contracts related to the project to…
Questions, concerns raised about East Chicago Housing Authority relocation plan
par Lauren Cross firstname.lastname@example.org, 219-933-3206 le 25/09/2016 à 10:30
EAST CHICAGO — In a newly released plan to move more than 1,000 residents from lead-contaminated housing, local officials described the relocation as “aggressive,” but added they believe it could be done with identified resources.
East Chicago homeowners learn more about EPA cleanup
par Lauren Cross email@example.com, 219-933-3206 le 25/09/2016 à 3:00
EAST CHICAGO — Residents packed inside the Riley Park Recreational Center on Saturday, eager to ask how the EPA plans to remove lead- and arsenic-contaminated soil in the Calumet neighborhood.
Resolutions aimed at helping West Calumet residents OK'd
par Sarah Reese firstname.lastname@example.org, (219) 933-3351 le 07/09/2016 à 9:30
EAST CHICAGO — The East Chicago Housing Authority board approved two resolutions Wednesday intending to help residents of a public housing complex where alarmingly high levels of lead and arsenic were found in the soil.
Lead in East Chicago: Old lead smelter site went unaddressed for years
par Sarah Reese email@example.com, (219) 933-3351 le 04/09/2016 à 9:40
Nearly 20 years after an EPA project manager told state and federal health officials about a long-demolished lead smelter that once operated on the site of a public housing complex and elementary school in East Chicago, residents are just learning…
West Calumet residents in limbo over when, where to move
par Lauren Cross firstname.lastname@example.org, 219-933-3206 le 28/08/2016 à 10:00
EAST CHICAGO — Weeks after being told they are living on top of toxic soil, West Calumet Housing Complex residents are learning more about the city housing authority’s plans to relocate families out of the lead-contaminated complex by a Nov.…
E.C. residents question Gov. Pence's absence in lead crisis
par Sarah Reese and Lauren Cross Times staff writers le 26/08/2016 à 11:30
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence left the campaign trail to visit storm-damaged Kokomo this week, prompting residents and community leaders in East Chicago to question why he hasn’t made a similar appearance there, where families face a crisis of their own.
E.C. schools wrestle with fallout from lead problems
par Carmen McCollum email@example.com,(219) 662-5337 le 23/08/2016 à 12:00
EAST CHICAGO — Lead problems in the West Calumet Housing Complex are creating havoc for the School City of East Chicago, affecting the finances and enrollment of a district that just balanced its budget and eliminated a deficit after years…
$1.9M released to relocate West Calumet residents; digging on hold
par Sarah Reese firstname.lastname@example.org, (219) 933-3351 le 19/08/2016 à 11:30
EAST CHICAGO — EPA and city officials said Friday the federal agency will not excavate any soil in the lead- and arsenic-contaminated West Calumet Housing Complex as the city housing authority and HUD work to relocate residents.
Legal team to HUD: Relocation process 'dysfunctional'
par Lauren Cross email@example.com, 219-933-3206 le 18/08/2016 à 1:45
EAST CHICAGO — In a letter to the head of the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, a Chicago-based nonprofit representing a group of West Calumet residents in the ongoing lead contamination crisis alleges the federal agency and local…
EPA to start deep cleaning at West Calumet by week's end
par Sarah Reese firstname.lastname@example.org, (219) 933-3351 le 11/08/2016 à 12:00
EAST CHICAGO — EPA officials said Wednesday four families at the West Calumet Housing Complex are preparing to accept the federal agency’s offer to deep clean their homes, and every resident eventually will have an opportunity to do the same.
E.C. Housing Authority: Residents to be awarded relocation vouchers
par Lauren cross email@example.com, (219) 933-3206 le 04/08/2016 à 4:00
EAST CHICAGO — About 200 residents living in the lead-contaminated West Calumet Housing Complex packed the neighborhood’s community center on Wednesday to learn more about the availability of housing vouchers to move out.