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Published On: 2/14/19
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Snow Hill Mayor Mathews on serving again after controversy

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 14, 2019) Snow Hill Mayor Stephen Mathews, who replaced Charlie Dorman after his resignation in October, has had an interesting time on the job. No stranger to t...
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Pines budget going down to wire

Board still looking for ways to cut assessments ahead of Saturday adoption vote By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 14, 2019) A basketball game was going on next door, with scoreboards buzzing and c...
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Pines author publishes new book, sequel to ‘Onesies’

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Feb. 14, 2019) Ocean Pines author Diana McDonough recently published a sequel to her first book, “Stuck in the Onesies,” which will be available for purchase on Amaz...
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Historic District Commission briefs

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 14, 2019) The follow items were discussed by the Berlin Historic District Commission last Wednesday at Town Hall: Reelection Carol Rose was unanimously selected ...
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Gazette Editorial: On ‘Y’ approach, town used common sense

The Berlin Town Council made the right decision this week, when members agreed to pursue a broader survey of the community’s needs and wants instead of financing one that focuses solely on whether a...
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‘Substantial amount more being recycled’ with new pgm

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 14, 2019) The Town of Berlin last November changed its recycling program, from a traditional collection facility on William Street to a simplified “single-stre...
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Trendic, Bierley provide OPA history lessons

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 14, 2019) While most of a four-hour budget discussion Saturday in Ocean Pines concerned lowering assessments, two men asked to speak about a slightly different t...
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Meet new Wor. Youth program coordinator

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb.14, 2019) Tiffany Scott, newly hired youth programs coordinator with Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services, introduced herself to Berlin Parks Commission...
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Hundreds gather for ‘African-American Life in Another View’

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 14, 2019) Berlin artist Patrick Henry’s restorations of scores of photographs – many more than a century old – were met with a strong community response la...
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Berlin BZA tables case over county fire code concerns

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 14, 2019) The Berlin Board of Appeals last Wednesday tabled a requested setback reduction for a residential accessory building, although one of the main concerns...
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Parking Fines Up, Revenue Down Slightly In Resort; Resort Officials Review New ‘Pay-By-Plate’ System

OCEAN CITY — Resort transportation officials this week reviewed the first year of the town’s new “pay-by-plate” parking system, which revealed revenue was generally down acros...
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Resort Festival To Feature Film By Decatur Grads; ‘The Biggest Little Farm’ Scores Early Rave Reviews

OCEAN CITY — A highlight of the 3rd Annual Ocean City Film Festival is the Delmarva premiere of “The Biggest Little Farm,” a feature documentary directed and produced by two former ...
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City Council Approves Nine More Small Cell Towers In Residential Communities

OCEAN CITY — After further contentious debate, resort officials this week approved the installation of nine new small-scale cell towers in north-end residential areas of Ocean City.In December,...
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Decatur Swimmers Prep For Region Meet

BERLIN- Fresh of strong performances in the inaugural Bayside Conference championship meet, the Stephen Decatur varsity swim teams are set to make a splash in the state 3A-2A-1A East meet this weekend...
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Voices From The Readers – February 15, 2019

Gym Worth SavingEditor:The gymnasium in Ocean City at 67th Street employs 15 people, six are full-time employees. The gym has 400 local members and attracts many more in the summer. Like most Ocean C...
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Adventures Of Fatherhood – February 15, 2019

I came across a column this week about youth sports that I thought was worthy of sharing.Beckett, 10, has played multiple sports most of his life. If you ask him which sport he likes the best, he wil...
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OC Tourism Minds Kick Off Strategic Planning Talks

OCEAN CITY — Expanding tourism year-round, improving Ocean City’s “curb appeal” and enhancing the tourists’ experience were some of the the challenges outlined this week ...
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Worcester Boys Split Two After Break

BERLIN- The Worcester Prep boys’ varsity basketball team’s season continued its season-long up-and-down trend this week with a split in two games on the road.Coming off winter break, the W...
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Suspended Sentence For Growing Pot

SNOW HILL — One of two local men indicted last fall in a vast, sophisticated marijuana-growing operation pleaded guilty this week to one count and was sentenced to 18 months, all of which was su...
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Criminal Activity Declines In Pines, Report Finds

BERLIN — A 2018 year-end report recently released by the Ocean Pines Police Department reveals that despite an increase in calls for service and traffic stops, the number of crimes, arrests and ...
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We Remember Those We Have Lost – February 15, 2019

Tyler William BirchOCEAN PINES — Tyler William Birch, age 19, beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, uncle and friend to many, sadly left this world and was called to heaven on Tuesday,...
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Open Houses Of The Week – February 15, 2019

OCEAN CITY Bayview Grand Bayfront 5th-6th St Open Sat & Sun New Construction 4BR/3BA Condos Private Beach Area Kevin Decker Coastal Life Realty 443-235-6552SELBYVILLE Bayside 20811 Harbor Cove Sa...
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Rotary Club Of Salisbury Thanks First Shore Federal Savings & Loan For $5,000 Contribution For The 2018 Governor’s Challenge Basketball Tournament

The Rotary Club of Salisbury thanks First Shore Federal Savings & Loan for their $5,000 contribution to the 3-Point Initiative as part of the 2018 Governor’s Challenge Basketball Tournament...
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Decatur Boys Fall To Wicomico, 77-49

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team fell to Wicomico, 77-49, at home on Tuesday to drop to 8-8 with the regular season winding down.Decatur did close the gap somewhat w...
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Berlin To Survey Citizens On Future Recreation Hopes

BERLIN –  Town officials agreed this week to begin searching for a firm to conduct a survey gauging community interest in recreation facilities.Berlin councilmembers instructed Town Adminis...
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