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Published On: 3/24/19
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Tautog and Selfies

It was a beautiful spring day in and around Ocean City today with high temps reaching the low 60s in some spots with mostly sunny skies.  The wind did pick up a bit this afternoon, but it was nic...
Published On: 3/21/19
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BFP group hopes development quiets critics

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 21, 2019) While critics of the Berlin Falls park purchase believe development there should stop until town budgeting deficits are solved, members of the Berlin ...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Toy Town Antiques officially open for business in Berlin

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 21, 2019) Just weeks after Walt’s Train Shop rolled out of 8 Pitts Street in downtown Berlin, Toy Town Antiques has officially stationed itself there, startin...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Editorial cartoon: Berlin Falls

The post Editorial cartoon: Berlin Falls appeared first on Berlin, Ocean Pines News Worcester County Bayside Gazette.
Published On: 3/21/19
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Ranck praised for handling of library rancor

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (March 21, 2019) Worcester County Library Director Jennifer Ranck approached the podium during Tuesday’s county commissioner meeting in Snow Hill requesting funding t...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Berlin recognizes employees

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 21, 2019) Town of Berlin officials last Friday honored workers for five, 10, 15 and 20 years of service at a fourth-annual employee-recognition ceremony at Town...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Shaking off the dust while waiting for spring to spring

By Paul Suplee The question remains, is spring ever going to come? We all know that it is, but we are in that two to three-week window where everyone is tired of the cold and just waiting for some goo...
Published On: 3/21/19
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OP PD chief requests vehicle pgm.

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 21, 2019) The Ocean Pines Police Department is having a tough time retaining officers, according to Chief David Massey. Massey, during a March 9 board meeting, ...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Resilience series has good info, but lackluster crowds

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 21, 2019) The audience was smaller than expected, but those who did attend three recent public meetings hosted by the Town of Berlin on environmental and operat...
Published On: 3/21/19
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WYFCS participants plan park upgrades

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 21, 2019) Participants in the SABERS program of Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services hope to secure grant money to improve Dr. William Henry Park in B...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Gazette Editorial: Public participation is the public’s job

Public distrust of government has been around since the beginning of organized rule, and it is no worse now than it was 100 or even hundreds of years ago. In the 14th Century Florentine Republic, in w...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Commission, residents pan Purnell pitch

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 21, 2019) For the second time in three days, Berlin residents stormed a public meeting at Town Hall. Last Monday, the furor during a Town Council meeting was ab...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Berlin PD promote prescription drug drop-off program

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 21, 2019) Berlin Police are spreading the word about a free and anonymous prescription drug take-back program at the new station on 129 Decatur Street, near the...
Published On: 3/21/19
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OPA approves ad-hoc public works committee

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 21, 2019) Ocean Pines Board members on March 9 authorized the creation of an ad hoc public works advisory committee. Before the formal vote, Director Frank Daly...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Voices From The Readers – March 22, 2019

Opposed To Cancellation Of Library PresentationEditor:“Law-abiding Trump supporters who did absolutely nothing wrong were made to appear to be the equivalent of a pitchfork- and torch-carrying ...
Published On: 3/21/19
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We Need More Leaders Like Late Harry Hughes

During his two terms as Maryland’s 57th governor, from 1979 to 1987, Harry Hughes enhanced civility, integrity and prudence in state government leadership. Elevating Maryland’s political ...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Federal Budget Includes Inlet Dredge Funding

OCEAN CITY – The Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District this week announced it was receiving an additional $68 million in federal funding for critical navigation projects across the region i...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Inaugural Destination Imagination After-School Club Implemented At Worcester Prep Middle School

This year, Middle School teacher Keith Geiger implemented Worcester Prep’s inaugural Destination Imagination (DI) after-school club.  Two teams of sixth- and seventh- graders were formed, ...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Star Charities Raises $841 For Girl Scouts

Star Charities recently raised $841 for the Girl Scouts.  Star Charities founder Anna Foultz (left) presented the check to Director for Unit 7 Beverly Meadows (right). On Tuesday March 12th...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Decision To Convert Former Correctional Facility To Recovery Center Delayed

SALISBURY – Citing the need for additional information and public input, officials in Wicomico County last week opted to table a vote on accepting a $972,000 state grant to convert a shuttered c...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Champs Crowned In St. Pat’s Tourney

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s St. Patrick’s Tournament concluded last weekend with champions crowned in the men’s and women’s adult divisions.Fo...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Berlin Zoning Board Approves Variance

BERLIN – The town’s board of zoning appeals approved a variance request that will allow for a new garage at a Main Street home.The board voted 3-0 last Wednesday to approve a variance that...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Commission Discusses How To Attract More Domestic Seasonal Workers

OCEAN CITY – Finding ways to reach out to more American college students to fill the ranks of the resort’s summer workforce this week provided an interesting sidebar discussion on how to i...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Ocean City Lions Club Receives $10,000 Contribution From Pam And Macky Stansell To Support Wounded Warriors

Ocean City Lions Club member Ben Dawson received a $10,000 contribution from Pam and Macky Stansell to the Ocean City Lions Charities which supports wounded military heroes.  The Stansells have ...
Published On: 3/21/19
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Knox, Taylor Honored With Field Naming

BERLIN – Worcester school officials announced on Tuesday that Stephen Decatur High School’s athletic field and stadium will be named for popular football coach Bob Knox and longtime forme...
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