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Published On: 6/5/20
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Berlin may expand Sunday farmers market

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 4, 2020) The Berlin council is considering the expansion of the Farmers Market onto Main Street and could potentially look into using cross guards to keep the event ...
Published On: 6/5/20
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Hit or Miss Tuna Fishing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtKY6jM761MFather’s Day gift ideas from Atlantic TackleThe wind was blowing pretty hard out of the south for most of the day today and it made bay fishing interes...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Steamed clams with chorizo, roasted garlic

By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 This weekend at the shop, I am hosting the First Annual boxcar40 Clamdemic. I am looking forward to cooking clams every which way, as I truly adore clams. As a young chi...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Stephen Decatur gives Class of 2020 parade

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 4, 2020) Since traditional graduation ceremonies could not take place this year because of covid-19-related health concerns,  administrators of the Worcester County...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Berlin approves $348,740 street resurfacing project

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 4, 2020) Berlin town officials approved a $348,740 street resurfacing project to ECM Corporation last Tuesday. The company will resurface several streets throughout ...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Sad summer with no Berlin Little League

Just when we really needed a feel-good diversion from the extremely upsetting difficulties of our times, the one thing we normally could count on to unite our communities and give us something to chee...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Little League summer play not happening

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer Season canceled because of health-safety concerns (June 4, 2020) Sadly for the many youth baseball fans in the area, the Berlin Little League board of directors has decide...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Christina McQuaid 2020 Teacher of the Year

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 4, 2020) Pocomoke Middle School teacher Christina McQuaid has been named the 2020 Worcester County Teacher of the Year, Worcester County Public Schools announced Mon...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Berlin approves property’s request for EDUs

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer Rental company receives additional three units from town council last Tuesday (June 4, 2020) The Town of Berlin granted three additional Equivalent Dwelling Units (EDUs) f...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Organizations join to support rehabilitation

By Ally Lanasa, Staff Writer (June 4, 2020) The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t just sent people to the hospital and closed businesses, it also has disrupted the routines of recovering addicts who were ...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Berlin approves $5.9M general fund budget

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 4, 2020) Berlin officials approved the town’s $5.9 million general fund budget at its bi-monthly meeting at Town Hall last Tuesday, finalizing for the next fiscal ...
Published On: 6/4/20
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OP recreation outdoor tai chi, Zumba classes

By Greg Ellison (June 4, 2020) Looking to reintroduce outside activities within the parameters of pandemic health-safety mandates, the Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks Department on Tuesday launched w...
Published On: 6/4/20
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OP Golf Clubhouse food service launches

By Greg Ellison It’s outdoor, per state rules, but patio works for now until indoor seating begins (June 4, 2020) The new Golf Clubhouse in Ocean Pines inched to life last weekend, after Gov. Larry ...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Ocean Pines ARC Committee meets again

By Greg Ellison Social-distancing measures followed during in-person gathering held on Tuesday (June 4, 2020) On hiatus since covid-19 restrictions were enacted in March, the OPA Architectural Review ...
Published On: 6/4/20
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OP pool facilities prepare to open for this weekend

By Greg Ellison Swim club pool expected to reopen on June 12 (June 4, 2020) Plans are afoot to reopen pool facilities at the Ocean Pines Yacht and Beach Clubs this weekend, assuming that it meets with...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Pines Yacht Club, Beach Club bring service outdoors

By Greg Ellison (June 4, 2020) After Maryland’s covid-19 phase one reopening plans expanded to include limited outside dining on Friday, the Ocean Pines Yacht Club, and to a lesser degree the Beach ...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Driver Faces Robbery, Assault Charges In Hit-And-Run Incident

OCEAN CITY — A New Castle, Del. man faces 20 charges this week after allegedly being part of a group that jumped and robbed a man in downtown Ocean City last Sunday and then ran over one of his...
Published On: 6/4/20
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The Globe Eyes Reopening In July After Extensive Renovation

BERLIN –   The months-long restoration of an iconic Berlin business is finally nearing completion.The Globe, which has been undergoing a massive renovation since being purchased by Bu...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Resort To Offer Drive-In Movies To Fill Free Special Event Void

OCEAN CITY — In an effort to fill the void of many special events canceled because of the ongoing health crisis, the Town of Ocean City this week announced it is offering a free drive-in movie ...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Wicomico Seeks $1M In Federal Funds For Three Nonprofits

SALISBURY – County agencies called on officials this week to support an application for $1.03 million in federal grant funding.On Tuesday, the Wicomico County Council held a public hearing on an...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Wicomico Increases Tipping Fees To Near Counties

SALISBURY – Wicomico officials voted this week to increase the tipping fees for a county landfill.On Tuesday, the Wicomico County Council approved a resolution increasing the tipping fee at the ...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Extensive Dam Rehabilitation Project Nears End

SALISBURY – Officials announced this week that construction on a Wicomico County dam is nearly finished after years of rehabilitation work.On June 4, the area near the Morris Mill Dam will reope...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Evidentiary Hearing On Wind Turbine Size Underway

OCEAN CITY — The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) evidentiary hearing on the proposed change in the size of the turbines for one offshore wind farm began in earnest on Thursday with both...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Wicomico Council Passes $153 Million Budget In 4-3 Vote

SALISBURY – Officials in Wicomico County this week adopted a budget for the coming fiscal year.On Tuesday, the Wicomico County Council voted 4-3, with Councilman John Cannon, Councilman Joe Holl...
Published On: 6/4/20
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Late July Start Targeted For Boardwalk Tram

OCEAN CITY — The future of the Boardwalk tram this summer remains in limbo this week after the Transportation Committee again deferred a decision until the pandemic picture becomes clearer.Durin...
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