This week we saw Ocean City High School's graduation, met some Miss New Jersey contestants and heard an address from Mayor Jay Gillian.
Here are some more highlights from the past week's news:
On Monday, we reported that Prudential Fox & Roach has merged with Ocean City Realty, announced that the Ocean City Repertory Theater will present "It Had To Be You," posted a police activity report and saw the mayor honor Laurie Kohr Fernsler.
On Tuesday, we looked at some new potential planning board regulations, saw the Coast Guard search for yacht explosion "victims" after a hoax phone call and saw the Ocean City First Night Committee choose Juliann Baker as the winner of its logo contest.
On Wednesday, we were scared senseless at the Ocean City Zombie House, listed five things to know about Thursday's city council agenda, took a look at the eighth annual Bloomsday, listed Ocean City High School's graduates and top scholars, announced that Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers will play at the Music Pier, stopped by Ocean City High School's graduation and the Miss New Jersey Pageant Parade.
On Friday, we listed five things to know from Thursday's city council meeting, saw a proposal for a public-private marina, posted an Ocean City election guide and took a look at the preliminary rounds of the Miss New Jersey Pageant.
On Saturday, we compared a historical image of an Ocean City Beach Patrol building to a modern one, announced the grand "re-opening" of a Dunkin Donuts and reported that seasonal trolley service will begin in two weeks.