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On the Coast: Homelessness in Ocean City

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A homeless shelter in Worcester County, Md., is facing a rising demand in services, despite being in one of the state's wealthiest counties.
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A homeless shelter in Worcester County, Md., is facing a rising demand in services, despite being in one of the state's wealthiest counties.

In our regular segment, "On the Coast," Coastal Reporter Bryan Russo takes a look at the rarely-discussed problem of homelessness in Maryland's most famous resort town. We'll learn how one homeless shelter in Ocean City is coping as it faces a rising demand for its services.

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