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Published On: 10/16/21
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Good Tuna Fishing and Bishop Broadbill Bash Results

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6vBBlmXLcgI had a great day over at Harbor Day in the West OC commercial harbor today where tons of folks enjoyed the vendors, live music, food and awesome things to d...
Published On: 10/15/21
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Big Swordfish and Tuna at the Bishop Broadbill Bash

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6vBBlmXLcgJust got back from the first day of the 2nd Annual Bishop Broadbill Bash and it was a great day of scales action.  There were a bunch of tunas weighed a...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Seek better means to honor Rev. Tindley

As easy as it might be to conclude that Berlin’s Historic District Commission dislikes the idea of having a Rev. Dr. Charles Albert Tindley mural in particular painted on a downtown building, that w...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Edward Benz

Edward Benz Ocean Pines On Aug. 11, 2021, we unexpectedly lost our dear father, Edward Benz, 78, of Ocean Pines, Maryland. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Barbara Benz, and is dearly mis...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Gazette Cartoon

Cartoon by Jim Adcock The post Gazette Cartoon appeared first on Berlin, Ocean Pines News Worcester County Bayside Gazette.
Published On: 10/14/21
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Governor Proposes Early Planning Funds For Route 90 Widening

OCEAN CITY — Perhaps the biggest takeaway from the State Highway Administration (SHA) briefing to resort officials this week on pending projects was the Route 90 dualization is now firmly in th...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Tom Janasek resigns from Pines board

Leaves with sharp words  directed at OP leadership By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) Threatened with potential removal for a derogatory statement last week aimed at Ocean Pines Board member Colette Hor...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Pines Rec Parks talks inclusive playgrounds

By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) Attracting new committee members and considering potential projects dominated discussions during the Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks Committee meeting on Monday. Commi...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Berlin Historic District group considers multiple requests

By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) The Berlin Historic District Commission approved several requests during its meeting last Wednesday. Economic and Community Development Director Ivy Wells presented pl...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Judge blocks Ocean Pines election rerun

By Greg Ellison (Oct. 15, 2021) In a sharp rebuke of the “highly irregular” election machinations executed by an Ocean Pines Board of Directors majority, Circuit Court Judge Sidney Campen on Wedne...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Henry Park basketball court party on Sunday

By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) Adrian Bowen Sr.’s long sought-after refresh for the basketball courts at Henry Park on Flower Street in Berlin has come to fruition with a “Love Day” community c...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Commission blocks Tindley mural

Members unsure how art will work with preservation of Victorian architecture By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) Concerns about commercialization and façade preservation led Berlin’s Historic District ...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Pines History Panel delves into development’s founding

By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) Half a dozen old-school Ocean Pines residents participated in a “History Panel,” discussion on Sunday as part of the larger Worcester County History Week that began...
Published On: 10/14/21
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OP Elections Committee prepares ballot mailing

By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) While agreeing to hold off mailing ballots until after a court hearing scheduled this Wednesday for the contested 2021 board election, the Ocean Pines Election Committe...
Published On: 10/14/21
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176-Unit Townhouse Community Proposed For Berlin Off Route 50

BERLIN – Town officials want to know what the public thinks about a townhouse development proposed in the area of routes 818 and 50.A developer met with the Berlin Planning Commission this week...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Nursing Shortage Merits Government Intervention

There is a national crisis in health care today, and the pandemic is only a contributing factor in the widespread emergency. There is a major nursing shortage affecting every hospital system to varyi...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Balloon Release Ban Now In Effect

OCEAN CITY — A new state law with its roots in Ocean City prohibiting the celebratory release of plastic and mylar balloons that often end up in the ocean or other waterways went into effect thi...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Spartan Race Set For Resort Return

OCEAN CITY — With little discussion or fanfare, resort officials last week approved a one-day franchise agreement for food, drink and merchandise for the Spartan Race, which returns to Ocean Cit...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Harbor Day At The Docks To Celebrate Maritime Culture

WEST OCEAN CITY – The Worcester County Recreation and Parks Department invites the community to the return of Harbor Day at the Docks along Sunset Avenue on the West Ocean City commercial harbor...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Author Announces Book Signings

OCEAN CITY — Robert M. Craig has published two new books in his growing collection of histories and recollections of old Ocean City, and meet the author events have been planned for next week to...
Published On: 10/14/21
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OPA Redo Election Stalls, Judge Orders Ballot Count

SNOW HILL – Worcester County Circuit Court Judge Sidney Campen issued an injunction this week preventing the Ocean Pines Association (OPA) from proceeding with its “redo election.”In...
Published On: 10/14/21
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OC Councilman Questions Room Tax Review Findings

OCEAN CITY — A historical review this week of the town’s room tax over the last decade or so sparked a lively debate about where the revenue should be dedicated.Budget Director Jennie Knap...
Published On: 10/14/21
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State’s Attorney General Urged To Probe OC Police Incidents

OCEAN CITY — Over three months after two incidents on the Boardwalk involving alleged police brutality, a coalition of African-American leaders on Tuesday held a press conference at City Hall se...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk – October 15, 2021

While a solid crowd was in Ocean City last weekend for the Cruisin event, the fall installment continues to be tame. Even at the height of the concerns over vehicle events in Ocean City a few years a...
Published On: 10/14/21
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Park-And-Ride Not Likely For Workforce Housing Site

OCEAN CITY — It now appears the Park-and-Ride in West Ocean City is no longer the front-runner as a potential location for one or more seasonal housing projects, with the focus shifted to other ...
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