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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 17, 1997
Coast Guard and Ocean City public works crews completed the cleanup yesterday of an estimated 71 gallons of diesel fuel that spilled into Sinepuxent Bay when a pipe broke near the Talbot Street Pier, officials said.The Ocean City Office of Emergency Management said the spill occurred about 6: 15 p.m. Monday when a 2-inch pipe that supplied fuel oil at a marina ruptured.The fuel spilled from a pipe at Angler Marina near Talbot Street, said Lt. j.g. Eric Miller of the Coast Guard's marine safety office in Hampton Roads, Va.Miller said the spill was contained by 8 a.m. yesterday with the help of a containment boom placed in the water.
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By Samantha Iacia and For The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
Location: Talbot County's Eastern Shore, about 10 miles west of Easton. Kent Island and Chester are to the north, and Cambridge is to the south. Average property listing price: $361,000, according to Babette Farrell, a Realtor at Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. in Stevensville. Homes for sale range from $160,000 to $4.5 million. Population: 3,521 for ZIP code 21663, according to bestplaces.net. The history: The area now known as St. Michaels began in the mid-1600s as a trading post for tobacco, fur and timber.
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By Norris P. West and Norris P. West,Staff Writer | July 22, 1992
Jurors passed around a can of Bud in a federal courtroom yesterday.No, they didn't get to chug the brew. The can of beer was evidence in the quirky courtroom battle between the maker of M. R. Ducks shirts and another T-shirt company it says is ripping off its products.The jurors examined the cans to see why, in a different case, a South Carolina jury did not think a T-shirt distributor did anything wrong by making fun of Budweiser's "King of Beers" slogan.Both sides in the M. R. Ducks dispute are trying to convince the U.S. District Court jury here that the 4th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals supported their position in a precedent-setting case involving the Anheuser-Busch Co., which makes Budweiser.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2014
Two Ocean City men have been charged in the death of a Pennsylvania man at the popular tourist destination this weekend, police said. Caleb Ochse, 27, and Christopher Kendall, 22, left Justin Cancelliere unconscious in a hotel parking lot after a fight near the intersection of Talbot Street and Baltimore Avenue on Sunday, police said. First responders treated Cancelliere at the scene and took him to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The state medical examiner's office ruled his death a homicide.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2014
Two Ocean City men have been charged in the death of a Pennsylvania man at the popular tourist destination this weekend, police said. Caleb Ochse, 27, and Christopher Kendall, 22, left Justin Cancelliere unconscious in a hotel parking lot after a fight near the intersection of Talbot Street and Baltimore Avenue on Sunday, police said. First responders treated Cancelliere at the scene and took him to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The state medical examiner's office ruled his death a homicide.
NEWS
By Norris P. West and Norris P. West,Staff Writer | July 28, 1992
"M. R. Not Ducks" T-shirts are as dead as decoys.A federal jury ruled yesterday that the shirts infringed upon the trademark of the increasingly popular "M. R. Ducks" shirts sold in Ocean City and Rehoboth Beach.The jury deliberated for about 5 1/2 hours after a nine-day trial before awarding $26,000 to Talbot Street Pier Inc. of Ocean City, which makes the M. R. Ducks shirts."Now we'll keep on with our normal growth plans," beamed Lloyd B. Lewis, president of Talbot Street Pier.Talbot Street had sued Layton & Associates, maker of the M. R. Not Ducks shirts, saying the imitation products have confused prospective buyers of its shirts since they arrived on the market in November.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karin Remesch | December 7, 2000
Christmas in St. Michaels Celebrate the holiday season this weekend in St. Michaels, the historic watermen's town along the Miles River on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Federal and Victorian homes will be dressed in Christmas finery and open for tours. Enjoy breakfast with Santa, watch a parade along Talbot Street, visit Santa's Wonderland, listen to music of the season at town churches, find hand-created gift items at a Christmas bazaar and attend holiday home decorating workshops. You can also discover the area's maritime history at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, browse an art exhibit sponsored by St. Michaels Art League and sample local seafood dishes created by area restaurants.
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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2010
Christmas in St. Michaels at Tilghman Island Inn What's the deal: This coming weekend (Dec. 10-12) is the annual Christmas in St. Michaels celebration with a host of activities, including a home tour, gingerbread house, book sale, marketplace, choirs, dinners, the Talbot Street parade and much more. Enjoy all of the festivities by spending the weekend at the nearby Tilghman Island Inn. The inn is offering the "Christmas Around the World Wine Dinner Package," coinciding with the St. Michaels holiday festival.
NEWS
By Susan Canfora | July 14, 1991
PICK OF THE WEEK: Big band music isn't as common as it was in World War II, but it still has its followers.Every Wednesday through Sunday, 9 p.m. until 1:30 a.m., Lou Voir plays big band music on the piano and keyboard synthesizer at the Sandbar Lounge, 33rd Street and Coastal Highway."
FEATURES
By Samantha Iacia and For The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
Location: Talbot County's Eastern Shore, about 10 miles west of Easton. Kent Island and Chester are to the north, and Cambridge is to the south. Average property listing price: $361,000, according to Babette Farrell, a Realtor at Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. in Stevensville. Homes for sale range from $160,000 to $4.5 million. Population: 3,521 for ZIP code 21663, according to bestplaces.net. The history: The area now known as St. Michaels began in the mid-1600s as a trading post for tobacco, fur and timber.
TRAVEL
By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2010
Christmas in St. Michaels at Tilghman Island Inn What's the deal: This coming weekend (Dec. 10-12) is the annual Christmas in St. Michaels celebration with a host of activities, including a home tour, gingerbread house, book sale, marketplace, choirs, dinners, the Talbot Street parade and much more. Enjoy all of the festivities by spending the weekend at the nearby Tilghman Island Inn. The inn is offering the "Christmas Around the World Wine Dinner Package," coinciding with the St. Michaels holiday festival.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karin Remesch | December 7, 2000
Christmas in St. Michaels Celebrate the holiday season this weekend in St. Michaels, the historic watermen's town along the Miles River on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Federal and Victorian homes will be dressed in Christmas finery and open for tours. Enjoy breakfast with Santa, watch a parade along Talbot Street, visit Santa's Wonderland, listen to music of the season at town churches, find hand-created gift items at a Christmas bazaar and attend holiday home decorating workshops. You can also discover the area's maritime history at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, browse an art exhibit sponsored by St. Michaels Art League and sample local seafood dishes created by area restaurants.
NEWS
By Chris Guy and Chris Guy,SUN STAFF | October 8, 1998
ST. MICHAELS -- After serving for 64 years as the link between Tilghman Island and the rest of the world, the 100,000-pound Knapps Narrows Bridge took a 20-mile barge trip yesterday.It was the first move toward becoming what Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum officials say will be its most visible landmark.Work crews unloaded the hulking steel structure at the museum's 18-acre campus by the St. Michaels' harbor on the Miles River yesterday, maneuvering the span onto dry land with a 250-ton crane and other heavy equipment.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 17, 1997
Coast Guard and Ocean City public works crews completed the cleanup yesterday of an estimated 71 gallons of diesel fuel that spilled into Sinepuxent Bay when a pipe broke near the Talbot Street Pier, officials said.The Ocean City Office of Emergency Management said the spill occurred about 6: 15 p.m. Monday when a 2-inch pipe that supplied fuel oil at a marina ruptured.The fuel spilled from a pipe at Angler Marina near Talbot Street, said Lt. j.g. Eric Miller of the Coast Guard's marine safety office in Hampton Roads, Va.Miller said the spill was contained by 8 a.m. yesterday with the help of a containment boom placed in the water.
NEWS
By Norris P. West and Norris P. West,Staff Writer | July 28, 1992
"M. R. Not Ducks" T-shirts are as dead as decoys.A federal jury ruled yesterday that the shirts infringed upon the trademark of the increasingly popular "M. R. Ducks" shirts sold in Ocean City and Rehoboth Beach.The jury deliberated for about 5 1/2 hours after a nine-day trial before awarding $26,000 to Talbot Street Pier Inc. of Ocean City, which makes the M. R. Ducks shirts."Now we'll keep on with our normal growth plans," beamed Lloyd B. Lewis, president of Talbot Street Pier.Talbot Street had sued Layton & Associates, maker of the M. R. Not Ducks shirts, saying the imitation products have confused prospective buyers of its shirts since they arrived on the market in November.
NEWS
By Norris P. West and Norris P. West,Staff Writer | July 22, 1992
Jurors passed around a can of Bud in a federal courtroom yesterday.No, they didn't get to chug the brew. The can of beer was evidence in the quirky courtroom battle between the maker of M. R. Ducks shirts and another T-shirt company it says is ripping off its products.The jurors examined the cans to see why, in a different case, a South Carolina jury did not think a T-shirt distributor did anything wrong by making fun of Budweiser's "King of Beers" slogan.Both sides in the M. R. Ducks dispute are trying to convince the U.S. District Court jury here that the 4th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals supported their position in a precedent-setting case involving the Anheuser-Busch Co., which makes Budweiser.
NEWS
By Chris Guy and Chris Guy,SUN STAFF | October 8, 1998
ST. MICHAELS -- After serving for 64 years as the link between Tilghman Island and the rest of the world, the 100,000-pound Knapps Narrows Bridge took a 20-mile barge trip yesterday.It was the first move toward becoming what Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum officials say will be its most visible landmark.Work crews unloaded the hulking steel structure at the museum's 18-acre campus by the St. Michaels' harbor on the Miles River yesterday, maneuvering the span onto dry land with a 250-ton crane and other heavy equipment.
TRAVEL
December 6, 2009
Talbot Street Christmas Parade in St. Michaels Where: : Downtown St. Michaels When: : 10:30 a.m. Saturday What: : The parade is part of the annual "Christmas in St. Michaels" weekend when this charming port town dons its holiday finery and exudes holiday cheer in support of local charities. Highlights include a gingerbread house competition, historic home tours and activities for children, including a breakfast with Santa at the Town Dock Restaurant. Tickets to the breakfast, open to children ages 3 to 8, are $10 and should be purchased in advance.
NEWS
By Susan Canfora | July 14, 1991
PICK OF THE WEEK: Big band music isn't as common as it was in World War II, but it still has its followers.Every Wednesday through Sunday, 9 p.m. until 1:30 a.m., Lou Voir plays big band music on the piano and keyboard synthesizer at the Sandbar Lounge, 33rd Street and Coastal Highway."
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