Ocean City Boardwalk Goes to the Dogs on Sunday

first_imgThe annual Barks on the Boards celebration takes place on Sunday, May 31.This event is a fun day for dogs and their owners, and it benefits the Humane Society of Ocean City.The event starts at the practice field next to the Sports and Civic Center on the beach block of Sixth Street. There will be games at the field from 10 a.m. to noon, then a walk on the Boardwalk from noon to 1 p.m.Contests follow the walk back at the practice field at 1 p.m.Entry fee is $30 per person (dogs walk for free). First 200 entries receive one shirt per dog registration.For over a decade, the HSOC has sponsored this event, where registered dogs have the once-a-year opportunity to walk on the Ocean City, NJ Boardwalk. Registration fee helps provide all shelter residents with the basic food, vaccines, and care needed to live happy and healthy lives at the shelter while waiting for their new homesFor more information, call 398-9500 or visit www.hsocnj.org.last_img read more

AG Rokita joins lawsuit against Biden environmental “overreach”

first_img Pinterest By Tommie Lee – March 8, 2021 4 228 IndianaLocalNationalNewsSouth Bend Market Google+ Twitter AG Rokita joins lawsuit against Biden environmental “overreach” Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp By US House of Reps ([1]) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has joined 11 other state Attorneys General in a lawsuit, suing President Biden over environmental reforms.The lawsuit was filed Monday as a response to a large-scale environmental protection order issued by the president. The AGs claim the order would cost more than $9 trillion and create “an enormous expansion of federal regulatory power” that would intrude on the lives of Americans.Rokita accuses Biden of “unprecedented” federal overreach since taking office. Facebook Twitter Facebook Google+ Previous articleDriver killed in St. Joe County last month was drunk and high, according to investigationNext articleCollege students try to tackle shortage of referees Tommie Leelast_img read more