This week we met some artists, took a look at a new business on the boardwalk and reported that a man was flown to the hospital following an accident involving a bicycle and an SUV.
Here are some highlights from the past week's news:
On Monday, we met an Ocean City man who is trying to teach people around the world how to swim in the ocean, reported that Ocean City real estate sales increased 16.6 percent in 2012, discussed Governor Chris Christie's visit to the Seaside Heights Boardwalk and posted a police activity report.
On Tuesday, we reported that no violations were found in a personal watercraft accident, saw volunteer artists create public art, posted a letter from a resident about the Ocean City marina deal, saw a chamber president honored and listed five things to know about last week's city council meeting.
On Thursday, we took a look at the new haunted golf course on the Ocean City boardwalk, reported that a flood insurance program has won a five-year extension, saw Ocean City pick a new fire chief, reported that the city council is considering an idea of having a referendum for a road tax and saw Ocean City consider materials for a better boardwalk.
On Friday, we listed five things to know from the city council meeting on Thursday, saw the owner of a vacant lot invite the public to share ideas for the property and reported that a bicyclist was flown to the hospital after an accident with an SUV.
On Saturday, we reported that bayside dredging may begin in early August, took a look at an aerial photo from 1940 and another in the same location from 2004 and reported that Night in Venice will start one hour earlier than originally planned.