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Published On: 2/16/18
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Ocean City Questions Wind Farm Developer’s ‘Dismissive Attitude’ About Distance Concerns

OCEAN CITY — While there may yet be an opportunity to find some common ground between Ocean City and US Wind over the distance from shore of the proposed wind turbines, a pair of letters fired b...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Worcester School Board Cited For Open Meetings Violations

NEWARK – A state board has determined the Worcester County Board of Education violated the Maryland Open Meetings Act during several meetings last year. On Feb. 7, the state’s Open Meetings Compli...
Published On: 2/15/18
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CFES grant to help extend oral health care in Worcester

(Feb. 15, 2018) Chesapeake Health Care will be able to extend oral health care services to those who have limited or no access to dental care in Somerset, Worcester and Wicomico counties thanks in par...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Mid-Town Parking Garage Axed After Public Works Campus Bids Exceed Budget

OCEAN CITY — The major upgrade and expansion of the town’s public works campus and transit facilities at 65th Street is moving closer to a spring groundbreaking, but a casualty of soaring con...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Berlin unveils new police station

Ribbon cutting last Friday, tours on Saturday were well attended; officers move in By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 15, 2018) With the new Berlin Police station celebrating a ribbon cutting and w...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Ocean Pines BOD crunches numbers, but fee still $951

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 15, 2018) The projected basic annual assessment for fiscal 2019 in Ocean Pines remains at $951, a $30 increase, following three days of deliberation by the commun...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Fourth Friday to return on April 27

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 15, 2018) The Pocomoke City Council, last Monday, approved a beer and wine license for Fourth Friday art strolls, good for the remainder of the year. Fourth Frida...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Pocomoke water gets experimental

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 15, 2018) Pocomoke City Public Works on Friday installed a pair of experimental water purifying units designed to improve water quality in the Heights neighborhoo...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Korean BBQ: sweet meat you can’t beat

By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 So another Valentine’s Day is in the books, and for me that means that spring is just around the corner. As far as my job goes, the day marks a point in the semester w...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Table set for new dishes during 8th S.H. Oyster Roast

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 15, 2018) New twists on several classic oyster dishes will highlight the 8th annual Snow Hill Oyster Roast on Sunday, Feb. 25 from 1-5 p.m., downtown. Tickets, wh...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Gay Street renovation plans moving forward

Engineers brief public and business owners; one-way conversion appears unlikely By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 15, 2018) A larger-than-expected crowd came away mostly satisfied with plans for w...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Deficit ‘worst financial hole Ocean Pines has ever been in’

Director says $2M budget shortfall more than 27-year total from 1990 to 2016 By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 15, 2018) The projected $2 million operational deficit accumulated during the last tw...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Troast trying to bring back ‘gas tax’ road funding

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 15, 2018) Pocomoke City Councilwoman Esther Troast is seeking support to help #FixLocalRoads. Troast attended a recent Mayor’s Association Conference in Annapol...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Joe Reinhart, Matt Ortt in food mix

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 15, 2018) Management of the Ocean Pines Association yacht and beach clubs is reportedly down to just two contenders: the Matt Ortt Companies, which run establishm...
Published On: 2/15/18
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A Week In Business – February 16, 2018

Medical Officers Announced SALISBURY — Peninsula Regional Medical Center has announced the election of Drs. Simona Eng, Mark Edney and Anthony Adrignolo as officers of the Medical Staff at PRMC....
Published On: 2/15/18
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ESRC Announces 12 Worcester Prep Students Named Finalists In 2018 Young Author’s Contest

The Eastern Shore Reading Council (ESRC) announced that 12 Worcester Prep students were named finalists in the 2018 Young Authors’ Contest for short story or poetry. These finalists finished in the ...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Cops And Courts – February 16, 2018

One Arrested After North-End Fights OCEAN CITY — A Millsboro man was arrested and charged with affray and disorderly conduct last weekend after being identified as one of the main combatants in...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Worcester Youth And Family Counseling Services Beneficiary Of Money Raised From Hal Glick Award Ceremony

Insurance Management Group President Reese Cropper III, recipient of the Hal Glick Distinguished Service Award, selected Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services (WYFCS) as a beneficiary of the...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Clients At Berlin Senior Center Create Valentines For Veterans

Clients at the Berlin Senior Center spent a morning recently creating Valentines for Veterans. Notes were added to the cards to thank veterans for their service and each was signed to personalize the...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Berlin Intermediate Students Partner With Worcester County Humane Society

Sixth grade students at Berlin Intermediate School are required to complete 15 hours of Service Learning throughout the year. Some of the sixth grade teams chose the Worcester County Humane Society a...
Published On: 2/15/18
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OC Elementary Students Raise Almost $23,000 For American Heart Association

In January, Ocean City Elementary School students participated in the annual Jump Rope for Heart event, raising almost $23,000 for the American Heart Association. The money raised each year helps t...
Published On: 2/15/18
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What’s Your Sign? February 16, 2018

ARIES (March 21 to April 19): Stop being the wool-gathering Lamb, and start turning that dream project into reality. You have the ideas, the drive and the charisma to persuade others to follow your l...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Who’s Playing When And Where – February 16, 2018

28th/127th Street Pit and Pub 410-289-2020/443-664-7482 28th St. & Coastal Hwy. & 127th St. & Coastal Hwy. Wednesdays: DJ Wax  (127th St. location) Atlantic Hotel 410-641-3589 2 North ...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Izzett And Williams Named SD High School Premier Driving School Athletes Of The Month

Stephen Decatur High School sophomore Gabrielle Izzett (indoor track) and Kevin Williams (swimming) were named the January Premier Driving School Athletes of the Month. Izzett competed in four events...
Published On: 2/15/18
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Kendall Furniture Presents Check To OC Lions Club To Support Wounded Troops Fund

Joe Kendall, owner of Kendall Furniture in Ocean City, Fenwick Island and Selbyville, presented a check to the Ocean City Lions Club for $1,000. These funds support the Lions’ Wounded Troops Fund a...
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