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Published On: 3/30/17
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Council Votes 4-3 To Slow New Mid-Town Fire Station Process

OCEAN CITY — A clearly divided Ocean City Council this week voted down a request to spend $30,000 on the preliminary design for a new midtown firehouse during a larger debate on several major ca...
Published On: 3/30/17
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Unit Owners Look To Block Condo Association’s Plans For Rooftop Cellphone Antennas; Court Granted Temporary Injunction

OCEAN CITY – The Worcester County Circuit Court has temporarily blocked actions on a lease agreement between an Ocean City condominium association and Verizon Wireless to install and operate cellpho...
Published On: 3/30/17
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State’s Approved Capital Budget Includes Funding For OC Convention Center, Hospital

OCEAN CITY — State lawmakers this week passed Governor Larry Hogan’s fiscal year 2018 capital budget, which includes a significant financial shot in the arm for several major Lower Shore proje...
Published On: 3/30/17
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Ocean City Exploring Online Beach Bonfire Permit Process; Same-Day Approvals Could Be In Future

OCEAN CITY — Hoping to capitalize on a spike in the popularity of bonfires on the beach, Ocean City officials this week approved a request that could automate and streamline the permitting proce...
Published On: 3/29/17
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Council To Remain In Towing Business After Contractors Outline Concerns; Fees To Increase Significantly To Offset Expenses

OCEAN CITY — Resort officials did an apparent about-face this week and decided to stay in the towing business with the requested increase in fees after an impassioned plea from a couple of diffe...
Published On: 3/29/17
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Study Of Ponds A Key Piece To Berlin Park’s Future

BERLIN – Scientists spent this week taking samples from the ponds at Berlin Falls Park. Since the town purchased the 60-plus acre former industrial property last year, residents have been eager to s...
Published On: 3/29/17
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OC Police Record More Arrests After Drug Buys In Delaware

OCEAN CITY — Continuing a recent trend in the attempt to stem the flow of heroin into Ocean City, resort police officers last week made several arrests at a known open-air drug market in Sussex ...
Published On: 3/27/17
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‘Tired Of The Negativity,’ School’s Foreign Language Club Participates In Mural Project

BERLIN – People need to be kinder. That’s the message a group of Stephen Decatur High School students are hoping to share with a traveling mural project. “They wanted to do something to open peo...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Eight Women Honored At History Month Luncheon

OCEAN CITY – The Worcester County Commission for Women (WCCW) and Friends of the WCCW honored eight women for their accomplishments in the community at its annual Women’s History Month Luncheon in...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Wild multi-state, multi-car chase

(March 23, 2017) A Dorchester County man is in critical condition in Christiana Hospital in Wilmington, Delaware after being shot by police following a break-in at a local Realtor’s home and a s...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Decatur students help go on ‘Long Walk to Water’

(March 23, 2017) After being inspired by the novel, “A Long Walk to Water,” by Linda Sue Park, seventh grade students at Stephen Decatur Middle School decided raising funds to help build c...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Directors think little of ThinkBig after sales pitch

(March 23, 2017) Board members shot down an apparent attempted sales pitch from ThinkBig Networks during an Ocean Pines Association work session on Monday. Director Doug Parks introduced the agenda t...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Proposed OC Auto Repair Shop Not Approved For Now

OCEAN CITY — A proposed auto repair shop in mid-town Ocean City got sent back to the drawing board this week after the Ocean City Planning Commission decided the plan as presented did not provid...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Commissioners Irked Again Over Student Funding Requirements; MOE Change Requires At Least $2.4M Increase In School Funding

SNOW HILL – County officials responded to news that Worcester County’s Maintenance of Effort calculation would be increasing with candid criticism. During Tuesday’s meeting of the Worcester Coun...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Argument for fiber thin

A push coming from ThinkBig Networks is encouraging the community to pressure the Ocean Pines Board of Directors to make a quick decision to allow an easement for fiber optic cable to be run in the co...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Letters to the Editor

Voucher proponent misinformed Editor, The second part of Mr. Lind’s letter to the editor of March 16th addresses HB 610, which concerns the proposed school voucher program. His claim that this b...
Published On: 3/23/17
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More space, more toys, and more to play with

(March 23, 2017) World of Toys owner Olga Kozhevnikova is so eager to move into her store’s new location across the street in Berlin that she’s been making plans in her sleep. “IR...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Leftover duck? Cook it low, cook it slow

This article originally appeared in a March 19, 2015 edition of the Bayside Gazette. A penny saved is a penny earned. Waste not, want not. And waste in most kitchens, professional or residential, te...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Resort Officials Approve Major Volleyball Tourney

OCEAN CITY- Resort officials this week approved an indoor volleyball tournament set for Mother’s Day weekend that has already led to the booking of several hundred rooms in Ocean City as part of a r...
Published On: 3/23/17
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St. Pat’s Soccer Tournament Concludes

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s 29th St. Patrick’s Soccer Tournament wrapped up last week after roughly 150 teams and hundreds of players from all over the region comp...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Decatur Softball Opens With 11-0 Rout

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity softball team wasted no time jumping out to a fast start on the new season this week, routing Queen Anne’s, 11-0, on the road. Decatur slumped through last season...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Seahawks Blank Lions In Season Opener

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity baseball team got its 2017 campaign off to a good start this week with a 3-0 shutout of Queen Anne’s on the road on Tuesday. The Seahawks blanked the Lions with a...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Mallards Rout Royals, 17-2, In Opener

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team got off to a fast start this week, routing visiting Delmarva Christian, 17-2, in a cold, blustery season opener. The Mallards feature 15 upperc...
Published On: 3/23/17
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Decatur Girls Start Season With 10-5 Win

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team got a nice early win against always-tough non-conference foe Saints Peter and Paul on Wednesday to start the 2017 campaign. The Seahawks retu...
Published On: 3/23/17
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American Legion Celebrates 98th Birthday And Presents Its First Responders Awards Program

American Legion Synepuxent Post #166 celebrated the 98th birthday of the American Legion this month and presented its First Responders Awards program. The ceremony was led by Chairman Sarge Garlitz an...
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