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Published On: 5/24/18
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Hill candidacy still uncertain in Ocean Pines

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (May 24, 2018) Whether former Ocean Pines Association director and interim general manager Brett Hill will be allowed to run for election to the board this year has ye...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Pines committee raves about new yacht club management

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (May 24, 2018) Take it from the Ocean Pines Clubs Committee — things have improved significantly at the community yacht club. Committee member Gary Miller said discu...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Craft beer study points to positive impact

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (May 24, 2018) According to a study by Ann Hillyer of Shore Craft Beer, more than 90 percent of the people surveyed said the presence of a craft brewery in Berlin affe...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Redecorate your backyard at ‘My Backyard’

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (May 24, 2018) My Backyard, a new store in the Manklin Creek Station Shopping Center in Ocean Pines, carries items for the backyard in a setting resembling — what el...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Top off your holiday cookout with Kobe dogs

By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 I know I wrote about hot dogs at some point last year, but at this point I’m so tired I can’t see straight. I’m sitting in an airport writing this. In fact, this i...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Play It Safe resort events scheduled May 30 to June 15

By Kara Hallissey, Staff Writer (May 25, 2018) High school graduates will have more than two weeks to take part in free activities in Ocean City courtesy of Play It Safe, which kicks off on May 30 and...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Memorial Day events planned in OC, Pines

By Kara Hallissey Staff Writer (May 25, 2018) An assortment of Memorial Day activities are slated to take place this weekend, from patriotic ceremonies and light displays to a parade. Here are a few e...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Maryland in Motion Festival comes to Snow Hill

By Kara Hallissey, Staff Writer (May 25, 2018) To help combat the opioid epidemic, a Maryland in Motion Community Outreach Festival will take place on Saturday, May 26, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Byrd ...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Gazette Editorial: Words cannot match veterans’ sacrifice

Thank you for your service. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sorry for your loss. What these expressions have in common is that they’re spoken so frequently that they no longer have any real m...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Berlin Briefs

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (May 24, 2018) The Berlin Mayor and Council last Monday discussed the following items during a public meeting at Town Hall: Fees waived The council, in separate unanim...
Published On: 5/24/18
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OC Adding More Large Trash Cans For Beach This Summer

OCEAN CITY — With the arrival of Memorial Day weekend, hundreds of the iconic blue metal trash cans are now lining the beach, but residents and visitors in some areas are getting a first look a...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk – May 25, 2018

Last weekend was not a true test of whether the approved changes were a success over Cruisin weekend. The torrential rains Thursday and Friday resulted in much smaller crowds and events, including bu...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Voices From The Readers – May 25, 2018

Police Chief Thankful For Community Support Editor: With the first motor event of 2018 behind us, I would like to thank our entire community for their support. A significant amount of time went into ...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Adventures Of Fatherhood – May 25, 2018

Measuring progress is a big deal with Carson. When we notice it, it’s encouraging and inspiring because it reminds us how far he has come over the years. When we experience a setback or regression,...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Coastal Highway Median Fence Project Wrapping Up Thursday

OCEAN CITY — State Highway Administration (SHA) crews are putting the wraps on the Coastal Highway median fence and repaving project and are expected to be finished Thursday evening, a day earl...
Published On: 5/24/18
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OC’s Rental Reminder Letter Results In 385 New Licenses

OCEAN CITY — Weeks after getting lambasted over the cost of mailing reminders to every property owner in Ocean City to obtain rental licenses if they lease their homes, it appears the initiativ...
Published On: 5/24/18
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OC Substation Testing Reports Questioned

OCEAN CITY — The debate over semi-annual testing on a north-end Delmarva Power substation continued this week with a resident calling into question the reporting of the results. About six years ...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Trio Charged In Armored Truck Robbery

SALISBURY — A four-month investigation into the armed robbery of an armored truck and the theft of over $1 million in Salisbury in January culminated this week in the arrest of three suspects. A...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Rental Letter Results In 385 New Licenses

OCEAN CITY — Weeks after getting lambasted over the cost of mailing reminders to every property owner in Ocean City to obtain rental licenses if they lease their homes, it appears the initiative...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Wicomico Sheriff Seeks More Deputies

SALISBURY – Officials with the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office made their requests for additional deputies, vehicles and more at a budget work session this week. On Tuesday, representatives with ...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Horseshoe Crab Spawning To Begin

BERLIN – Officials with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) are asking for the public’s help to ensure the survival of horseshoe crabs this season. In the coming weeks, visitors to ...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Wet Weather Impacts Cruisin Weekend, Reduces OCPD Service Calls

OCEAN CITY — Torrential downpours in the early part of last weekend likely prevented a true barometer for the first motorized event with the new special event zone and other efforts in place, bu...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Insurance Change Saves County Money

SALISBURY – Changes to Wicomico County’s employee health insurance is expected to save the county more than $1.4 million in fiscal year 2019. In a budget work session Tuesday, Wicomico County’s ...
Published On: 5/24/18
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Smoking Ordinance Amended In Resort

OCEAN CITY — Common sense prevailed this week when resort officials passed an amendment to the town’s smoking ban ordinance to include marijuana and vaping. In the last month or so, it came to...
Published On: 5/24/18
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City Officials Dismissed From Topless Lawsuit

OCEAN CITY — Resort officials named as individual defendants in the civil suit challenging Ocean City topless ordinance were dismissed this week, but the case against the town will continue to g...
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