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Published On: 2/26/20
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Ocean City Continues To Explore Tax Incentives For Year-Round Residents

OCEAN CITY — Resort officials renewed the debate this week about encouraging more year-round residents through relaxing fees associated with new construction or creating other incentives includ...
Published On: 2/26/20
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Council session cancelled, rental rules have to wait

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Feb. 27, 2020) Without enough Town Council members to establish a quorum Monday, the council cancelled its regular evening session and will reschedule both its work sessi...
Published On: 2/26/20
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OCES Students Raise Over $21,500 In Kids Heart Challenge Fitness Events

Ocean City Elementary School students participated in Kids Heart Challenge Fitness events raising over $21,500 for the American Heart Association last month. The second, third and fourth grade studen...
Published On: 2/25/20
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Berlin Seeking Bids To Outsource Trash, Recycling Collections

BERLIN –  Town officials are exploring the possibility of outsourcing trash collection.Town Administrator Jeff Fleetwood said this week that the town would be issuing a request for proposa...
Published On: 2/25/20
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Wicomico Executive ‘Remaining Optimistic’ About Liver Cancer Diagnosis

SALISBURY – Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver announced this week he has been diagnosed with liver cancer.In an interview on Monday, Culver said he was recently diagnosed with hepatocellular...
Published On: 2/25/20
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Twenty Tog Over 10 Pounds Today

Dreary, dreary day here in Ocean City with cooler temps and intermittent rain for most of the day.  It’s February so it could have been worse, but it was pretty nasty considering the weathe...
Published On: 2/24/20
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Good Nearshore Bite

Today was a little cooler where I was, but it was still a nice day with sunshine and light winds.  A front is pushing through with some rain as we speak that’s going to change all of that f...
Published On: 2/23/20
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Jumbo Yellow Perch

Greetings all! I hope you had a chance to get out and enjoy today’s beautiful weather like I did.  Temps were in the upper 50s, the sun was shining and best of all the wind was light. ...
Published On: 2/22/20
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Tighten Up to the Beach

It was a pretty decent day for February today with warmer than average temps and sunny skies.  The wind did keep temps from getting to what they could have been and they also kept Captain Monty H...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Berlin Planning Commission approves plans

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Feb. 20, 2020) Two site plans were approved and one concept plan was reviewed during the Berlin Planning Commission meeting last Wednesday. Main Place site plan Developer...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Death by Chocolate in WOC, Sat.

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Feb. 20, 2020) Participants will have the opportunity to sample an assortment of chocolate treats during the 13th annual “Death by Chocolate” game taking place at 17 ...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Berlin infant competing in pageant

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer Deadline to vote for Arabella, 4 months, Tuesday, Feb. 25 (Feb. 20, 2020) Berlin resident Arabella Pinkney-Gully is only 4 months old and already starring in a beauty page...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Berlin Chamber awards recipients

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Feb. 20, 2020) The Berlin Chamber of Commerce recognized businesses and individuals during its annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet at the Atlantic Hotel in Berlin l...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Planning doesn’t dig concept

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer Heavy equipment as tourist attraction? (Feb. 20, 2020) A construction site tourist attraction is seeking a potential new location in Worcester County, and approached the B...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Worcester Tech team wins regional esthetics contest

By Elizabeth Bonin, Staff Writer (Feb. 20, 2020) Danikah Coleman thought she would be happy with a second-place finish in the regional esthetics competition for SkillsUSA at Worcester Technical High S...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Support PIA update

Lisa Kershner, the state’s public access ombudsman, and Maryland Public Information Act Compliance Board Chairman John “Butch” West, issued a joint statement last week declaring their support fo...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Local dairy farm offering home deliveries

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Feb. 20, 2020) The old days of having milk delivered to your front door is no longer a piece of history, as Chesapeake Bay Farms has decided to bring back the tradition a...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Derrickson Square concept approved by Berlin Planning

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Feb. 20, 2020) The Berlin Planning Commission approved a concept plan review by Property owner John Derrickson on Wednesday, Feb. 12, that promotes his concept plan for t...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Treated effluent found effective to water golf greens

By Greg Ellison (Feb. 20, 2020) Employing treated wastewater to irrigate golf course greens has become an increasingly popular and environmentally sound alternative to tapping ground water at clubs ac...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Choptank upgrades its infrastructure in Pines

By Greg Ellison (Feb. 20, 2020) Aiming for improved service delivery in Ocean Pines, Choptank Electric Cooperative this week began several months of infrastructure upgrades to replace lines and equipm...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Sound investments for high fidelity

By Greg Ellison (Feb. 20, 2020) After investing roughly $50,000 with Mid South Audio for high fidelity gear, vastly improved acoustics are anticipated at the Ocean Pines Association Yacht Club ballroo...
Published On: 2/20/20
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OPA board sets budget for next year at $13M

Some fees will rise, capital reserve fund to receive $167,000 By Greg Ellison (Feb. 20,2020) The Ocean Pines Association Board approved the fiscal 2020/2021 budget by a 6-1 vote Monday, with director ...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Bylaws debates email vote process

By Greg Ellison (Feb. 20, 2020) Concerns over legalese in the Ocean Pines Association bylaws that permit the board of directors to vote by email in circumstances outside a public meeting were raised b...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Board liaison concerns examined

By Greg Ellison (Feb. 20, 2020) Members of the Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors should have a greater understanding of the association’s governing documents, the Bylaws and Resolution Comm...
Published On: 2/20/20
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Private Sector Steps Up To Fund Great Inflatable Race; Funding Likely To Keep Event In West OC

OCEAN CITY — Some resort officials relaxed their opposition this week to providing funds to a proposed special event planned in West Ocean City, but the private-sector business community has al...
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