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Published On: 8/23/19
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Newly designated smoking areas OP Yacht Club and pool

By Greg Ellison Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) In response to concerns from residents about exposure to second-hand smoke, the Ocean Pines Yacht Club and adjacent pool have two newly designated areas fo...
Published On: 8/23/19
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OPA and Ortt Companies sign on for 3-5 more years

By Greg Ellison Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) The Matt Ortt Companies, which turned around the money-losing food operations at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club and Beach Club last year, inked a fresh 3-5-yea...
Published On: 8/23/19
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OPA new board validated

By Greg Ellison Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) Departing members of the Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors welcomed three newly elected officials to the ranks last Wednesday after officially val...
Published On: 8/23/19
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OPA board finds petitions invalid

Effort to force referendums falls short in voter totals and guidelines in bylaws By Greg Ellison (Aug. 22, 2019) The pair of petitions submitted by former board member Slobodan Trendic calling for ref...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Berlin praises town special events

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) Berlin’s Mayor and Council praised the outcomes of National Night Out and the Peach Festival at their meeting last week. Berlin Police Chief Arnold Do...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Berlin revises stormwater priorities

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) To improve its chances of obtaining FEMA funding for storm water-control projects, the Berlin Town Council last Monday took one long-range plan off its ...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Derelict house will be razed in controlled burn

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) A derelict home that’s become an eyesore on Flower Street is scheduled to be razed via a controlled burn by the Berlin Fire Company, Berlin Planning D...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Berlin Town Council seeks grant funds for court lighting

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) The Berlin Town Council approved agreed last week to seek state funding to buy lights for the basketball courts at Dr. William Henry Park. Administrativ...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Engine malfunctions at Berlin plant

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) When one of Berlin’s four electrical power generators went down on July 17, it was the result of a “major failure,” Electric Utility Director Tim ...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Second ‘Runaway Bride’ walking tour added

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) Residents and visitors have two more chances to take a free “Runaway Bride” guided walking tour in Berlin next week. Earlier this month, Ivy Wells, ...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Town Hall ledgers, records showcase history

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) A ledger detailing Berlin’s mayor and council meetings more than 100 years ago shed light on the importance of keeping records within town. Berlin’s...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Junior League receives heroes welcome home

They didn’t roll out the red carpet, but the Red Knights did roll out themselves to escort Berlin’s Junior League baseball team back to town after their stint in the World Series in Michigan last ...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Berlin Little League returns home like heroes

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Aug. 22, 2019) The Junior Berlin Little League All-Star team returned home from the World Series, held in Taylor, Michigan, in style with a police procession and escort b...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Wild Hit-And-Run Spree Results In 49 Charges

OCEAN CITY — A Delaware woman is facing 48 total charges, including driving while intoxicated and hit-and-run, after a wild spree on Coastal Highway resulted in at least two vehicle collisions....
Published On: 8/22/19
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OC Sidewalk Widening Project Tabled Over Parking, Bike Concerns

OCEAN CITY — A plan to widen sidewalks along Robin Drive was at least temporarily tabled this week after concerns were raised about the potential loss of some on-street parking associated with t...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Ocean City Resident Dies After Collision Near Route 50 Bridge

WEST OCEAN CITY — A local man riding a scooter perished from injuries sustained in a collision near the Route 50 Bridge, Maryland State Police announced on Wednesday.Around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday,...
Published On: 8/22/19
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The Resorter Revisited – August 23, 2019

Summer of 1972Volume XVIIIEdition 7Issue HighlightsRow boat rentals were available from Capt. William Bunting & Son on Talbot Street.Weekly rentals for $175 were being offered at Three Cheers con...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Open Houses Of The Week – August 23, 2019

FENWICK ISLAND 30068 Sanctuary Dr The Overlook Tues-Sat 10-5 Sun-Mon 12-5 New Construction Single Family Homes Bayfront Community NV Homes 302-988-2185 WEST OCEAN CITYWest Harbor Village 9800-32 Moor...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Vanishing Ocean City With Bunk Mann – August 23, 2019

The hurricane of Aug. 23, 1933, was the single most important event in the history of Ocean City. This week marks the 86th anniversary of the storm.It created the Inlet, separated Assateague from Oce...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Wicomico Launches Unique Baseball Field Project

SALISBURY – Wicomico County Recreation & Parks launched a capital campaign for the Project 7 ½ initiative at the Henry S. Parker Athletic Complex in Salisbury on Tuesday, Aug. 13.Annou...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Sheriff Announces Retirements

SNOW HILL –  The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) will honor three recent retirees with a reception in September.Next month, the office will recognize recent retirees Lt. Ric...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Star Charities Donates To Achilles Of Maryland

Star Charities founder Anna Foultz and other volunteers from the Ocean Pines nonprofit presented a check to Achilles of Maryland at Veterans Memorial Park last week. The funds will be used to help sp...
Published On: 8/22/19
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OCBP Alumni Of The Week, Mark Acton, The Day Of The Dolphin

(ITALICS)(Editor’s Note: The following is a series on the men and women who have spent their summers protecting all those who came to Ocean City for fun and safe vacation.)OCEAN CITY — As...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Things I Like – August 23, 2019

When change is a good thingHow spotty thunderstorms are this time of yearBoardwalk family outingsNights when it’s easy to fall asleepLots of iceBeing sore the day after a workoutWhen a fraud is ...
Published On: 8/22/19
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Moms Demand Action Attends National Night Out

Eastern Shore, MD Moms Demand Action members had a good evening attending the National Night Out events handing out gun locks and spreading the word of our BeSMART program. Pictured, from left, ...
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