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Published On: 1/18/22
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Ocean City Dismissed From Flying Umbrella Lawsuit

OCEAN CITY- Ocean City late last week was dismissed as a defendant in a civil suit filed last June in federal court by a plaintiff impaled in the chest by a flying umbrella on the beach in July 2018....
Published On: 1/18/22
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Committee Reviews Studies, Cost Estimates For Dredge Project

FENWICK ISLAND – A review of archeological studies, cost estimates and timelines highlighted a recent dredging meeting in Fenwick Island.Last Friday, the Fenwick Island Dredging Committee met t...
Published On: 1/18/22
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Fatal Shed Fire Caused By Heating Appliance

WEST OCEAN CITY — The cause of a fatal fire in West Ocean City late Monday night has been determined to be accidental and caused by a heating appliance placed too close to combustibles.Around 1...
Published On: 1/18/22
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First Semester Final Exams Waived

NEWARK– School system officials agreed to waive final exams for first semester courses after hearing concerns from teachers.The Worcester County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to ...
Published On: 1/17/22
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Margaritaville Developers Ready To Discuss Next Steps

OCEAN CITY – Plans for a Margaritaville Hotel and Resort on the Boardwalk are once again moving forward.After putting the project on hold in early December, developers advised Ocean City offici...
Published On: 1/14/22
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OC Compost Program Hoping To Expand

OCEAN CITY – After a banner year, organizers of a resort composting program are looking to expand operations in 2022.Last week, The Hobbit Restaurant owner and Ocean Compost LLC representative ...
Published On: 1/14/22
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Still Some Good Rockfish Around

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6vBBlmXLcgWe had some sunshine today, but other than that the weather definitely took a turn for the worse.  It was very windy today and that ushered in some cold...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Berlin Restaurant Week runs through Sunday

By Greg Ellison Jan. 13, 2022) Berlin’s sixth annual Restaurant Week continues through Sunday, with numerous local dining establishments offering special fare with special pricing. Economic & Co...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Farr wins lawsuit for Pines board election

By Greg Ellison (Jan. 13, 2022) Rick Farr, the previously disqualified candidate for the Ocean Pines Board of Directors, was vindicated last week in a Worcester County Circuit Court finding that curre...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Pines opens FY22/23 budget presentations

By Greg Ellison (Jan. 13, 2022) Ocean Pines officials took a deep dive on the proposed budget for next year during multi-day departmental presentations begun last Tuesday. General Manager John Viola s...
Published On: 1/13/22
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OP Bylaws examines candidate rule tweaks

Proposed changes would require board review, with final referendum approval By Greg Ellison (Jan. 13, 2022) Amending governing documents to clarify election eligibility requirements for candidates for...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Roasting clams in combi-oven successful

By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 Whether it’s at my “real job” teaching culinary at Wor-Wic Community College, or at one of my restaurants, I am always in a mode of research and development. Ther...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Paid fire department will happen eventually

Ocean Pines, like many communities in this and other areas, might as well accept the idea and prepare for the eventuality of an all-paid fire and rescue service. Unless towns and communities revert to...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Pines fire budget talks get testy

As volunteer numbers drop, department emphasizes need for more paid staff By Greg Ellison (Jan. 13, 2022) Immediate costs for additional staffing and long-term expenses to transition to an all-paid st...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Mayor Tyndall reviews 2021, goals for 2022

Asks for public’s opinions on what it hopes to see By Greg Ellison (Jan. 13, 2022) Berlin Mayor Zack Tyndall gave the Town Council his overview of operations for 2021 on Monday evening, and followed...
Published On: 1/13/22
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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: 1/13/22
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Long-Time City Engineer In Line To Be OC’s Next City Manager

OCEAN CITY – It was confirmed late Wednesday that long-time City Engineer Terry McGean will replace sitting City Manager Doug Miller, who announced his resignation from the position late last m...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Berlin Planning Commission Votes Against Property Rezoning For Mixed-Use Townhome Community

BERLIN – The Berlin Planning Commission voted 5-1 not to support a request to rezone commercial property near the intersection of routes 818 and 50.The commission will forward a request to rezo...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Resort’s Summer, Offseason Special Events Discussed; Drones, Fireworks, Concerts, Comedy Shows

OCEAN CITY — With the calendar flipping over to 2022, resort tourism officials this week received an informal presentation on some of the recurring special events for the coming year along with...
Published On: 1/13/22
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OC Offers State’s Attorney Space

SNOW HILL – The Town of Ocean City has offered office space for the Worcester County State’s Attorney as the resort moves toward implementation of a body camera program for police.County o...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Berlin Zoning Board Approves New Home Variance Request

BERLIN – The town’s board of appeals approved a variance that will allow for a new home on William Street.The Berlin Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) voted 3-1 last week to grant a variance t...
Published On: 1/13/22
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School Policies Under Review After Federal Probe

BERLIN – Following a lawsuit in Frederick County, the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) is taking active measures to prevent illegal and excessive use of restraint and seclusion in s...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Things To Do Around Town – January 14, 2022

Every Monday: TOPS Meeting 5-6:30 p.m. Atlantic General Hospital, Berlin. Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a support group promoting weight loss and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Call Rose 443-880-8444...
Published On: 1/13/22
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What’s Your Sign? – January 14, 2022

ARIES (March 21 to April 19): Your batteries should be fully recharged by now, making you more than eager to get back into the swing of things full time. Try to stay focused so that you don’t d...
Published On: 1/13/22
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Five Commissioners Seeking Re-Election

SNOW HILL – With next month’s deadline nearing, five of the seven Worcester County Commissioners have filed for reelection.As of Tuesday, Commissioners Josh Nordstrom, Diana Purnell, Ted E...
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