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Published On: 2/22/18
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Local Teen Chasing Dream Of Becoming Professional Driver

BISHOPVILLE – A Bishopville resident will kickstart his first full season as a developmental driver for Richard Petty Motorsports next month. Beginning in March, 18-year-old Devin Dodson will compe...
Published On: 2/22/18
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New West Ocean City Business Denied Liquor Sales

WEST OCEAN CITY –  The Worcester County Board of License Commissioners (BLC) denied two businesses’ requests to sell carryout liquor this week. Though both the Marlin Market and Restaurant on Rou...
Published On: 2/22/18
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02.22.18 Business Briefs

Licensees Jay Wise, team leader/Realtor, for Berkshire Hathaway Home Services PenFed Realty, announces two new Delaware licensees to the Ocean City offices. Kimberly Heaney and Brenda Truelove have ta...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Noodling around with red pepper flakes

By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 Out of all the spice – and I mean spicy heat – that we can add to food, red pepper flakes must be my least favorite. It’s a personal preference, so I certainly do ...
Published On: 2/22/18
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North OC Entertainment Complex Expansion Moving Ahead; City’s Planning Commission, Council Differ On Project Details

OCEAN CITY — Approval for a proposed expansion of an uptown entertainment complex proved to be somewhat of a moving target this week and in the process created friction between governing bodies....
Published On: 2/22/18
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Berlin library lot to be fenced in

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) The Worcester County Commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved a slight increase in the construction costs of the new Berlin library, now estimated ...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Board sources say severance package drove up expenses

OPA Yacht Club lost $160K during month it was closed By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) How the Ocean Pines Yacht Club managed to lose more than $160,000 in January when the facility was ...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Pocomoke to send seven singers

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) Seven students from Pocomoke Middle School were recently selected to participate in the Junior All-Shore Chorus, an auditioned group spanning the Easter...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Local high school receives threats

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) Law enforcement was dispatched to Pocomoke High School on Tuesday to evaluate an undisclosed threat, according to Carrie Sterrs, coordinator of public r...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Communication issues with Snow Hill PD, residents

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) Two Snow Hill residents brought up issues of communication with police during the Town Council meeting last Tuesday. Police Chief Tom Davis said a part-...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Worcester evaluating how to allocate table game revenue

By Brian Gilliland, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) Funding derived from gambling revenues from the Ocean Downs Casino have funded projects large and small, from the land purchase and construction of...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Shots fired outside American Legion in Pocomoke, Sunday

By Brian Gilliland, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) Monique Douglas, 28, was transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center after suffering a minor injury to her stomach during a shooting incident ...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Full agenda for rare Sunday meeting

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) The next regular Ocean Pines Board meeting has an unusual date and start time – and an unusual number of significant agenda items. The meeting was sch...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Jared Parks to take on LSLT land programs

Will oversee conservation easement transactions and oversight for local nonprofit By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) Land Programs Manager Jared Parks is the newest addition to the Lower ...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Ocean Pines tops list of Maryland’s safest cities in ‘18

Ranked No. 1 with 1.56 violent crimes reported (Feb. 22, 2018) A newly released ranking of the safest cities in Maryland for 2018 positions Ocean Pines at the top of the list. “Our officers are clos...
Published On: 2/22/18
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St. Pat’s Soccer Tourney Starts This Weekend

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s annual St. Patrick’s Soccer Tournament returns for the 30th year this weekend with roughly 150 teams and hundreds of players from all o...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Seahawks Earn Top Seed In 3A-East Regional

BERLIN- The state 3A-East region basketball tournament brackets were released this week and for the third year in a row, the top-seeded Decatur boys team will be staying home as long it continues to ...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Decatur Narrowly Misses Bayside Title

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity wrestling team turned in a strong performance at the Bayside Conference championships last weekend but fell just short of a team championship by a narrow two point...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Decatur Swimmers Dominate Regionals

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s men’s and women’s varsity swimming teams were outstanding at the state 3A-2A-1A East regional meet last weekend at the University of Maryland-College Park with several ...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk – February 23, 2018

Ocean City scored a significant special event this month when the Canadian jet demonstration team – the Snowbirds – was announced for late May. While this is great news, my only concern with it i...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Mallards Lose Heartbreaker In Title Game

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity basketball team lost a heartbreaker in the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) championship game last Friday, falling to host Delmarva Chr...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Adventures Of Fatherhood – February 23, 2018

Anxiety to start the day is never a good thing, but there was plenty of it on Monday at my house. One source of the apprehension was the fact there was no school and Pam and I both had to work. All w...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Voices From The Readers – February 23, 2018

Ignorance No Excuse For Breaking Law On Short Rentals Editor: It’s simple and the law is very clear: short-term rentals in R1 single family residential neighborhoods are not allowed per the Worce...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Worcester County Library Offers Food Literacy Series

SNOW HILL – Health literacy and wellness programs funded by a national grant will be offered at all branch libraries in Worcester County beginning this month. On Feb. 2, the Worcester County Library...
Published On: 2/22/18
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Pilot Program Targeting Shore’s Invasive Plants

SNOW HILL –  A new cooperative program is aimed at addressing invasive plants on the Lower Shore. Matthew Hurd of the Maryland Forest Service shared information regarding a pilot program meant to d...
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