By
Capital News Service


OCEAN CITY- Maryland’s largest resort town of Ocean City is cleaning up from a visit from super storm Sandy. Crisfield on the Eastern Shore is still flooded, with many residents still staying in shelters. Meanwhile, the boardwalk area is dealing with sand displacement, debris, and damage to the town’s iconic fishing pier. Some business owners and residents ventured out of their homes for the first time Wednesday to assess the damage and begin rebuilding. Many give credit to the beach restoration efforts for keeping damage down.

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Lyndsey Wallen is a broadcast journalism graduate student at the University of Maryland. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Delaware in with a bachelor's degree in mass communication in 2011. She currently works with the Journalism Center on Children and Families and was a U.S. representative in the 2012 Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change. She has interned with WGAL News 8 and with Delaware Gov. Jack Markell's communication team. Follow Lyndsey on Twitter @LyndsNicole11