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Published On: 3/3/21
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With Worcester’s Waiting List Over 6,400, Commissioners To Write Governor Again With Vaccine Equity Concerns

SNOW HILL – Local officials are entreating the state to increase Worcester County’s COVID-19 vaccine allotment.Billy Birch, the county’s director of emergency services, asked the Wo...
Published On: 3/3/21
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Fenwick Island ‘Passed Over’ For Planned Fall Beach Replenishment

FENWICK ISLAND – A beach replenishment project will not take place in Fenwick Island this fall as originally planned, according to town officials.In a Fenwick Island Town Council meeting last F...
Published On: 3/3/21
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Local Entrepreneur Appearing On ‘Shark Tank’ Television Show This Friday

BERLIN – A local entrepreneur will make an appearance on this week’s episode of the reality show “Shark Tank.”On Friday, March 5, Lewes-based company Pinch Me Therapy Dough wi...
Published On: 3/2/21
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Unpleasant Odor Expected From Decomposing Whale On Assateague

ASSATEAGUE — Ten days after a deceased 30-ton humpback whale washed up on Assateague, the creature was finally removed from the beach last weekend, but its presence on the barrier island will l...
Published On: 3/2/21
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Mass Vaccination Site Announced For Salisbury No Later Than March 18

BERLIN — A COVID mass vaccination site on the Eastern Shore will likely open in roughly two weeks, Governor Larry Hogan announced on Tuesday.During his weekly COVID-19 press conference on Tuesd...
Published On: 3/2/21
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Ocean Pines Agrees To Release Investigation Reports; Board Decides Not To Consider President’s Removal

OCEAN PINES – Citing the need for transparency, the association’s board this week directed legal counsel to prepare statements on two investigations involving association management and a ...
Published On: 3/1/21
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Riverboat Eyes Memorial Day Weekend For First Cruises; ‘Independent Operator’ Sought To Lease Floating Restaurant

SNOW HILL – Final repairs are being made to the town’s new riverboat as officials prepare to bring it to Snow Hill by the end of the month.As repairs near completion, the Town of Snow Hil...
Published On: 2/27/21
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Big Ol’ Catfish

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6vBBlmXLcgWith a little bit warmer weather the past few days I’ve been chomping at the bit to get out and do a little fishing myself and though the rockfish and ...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Town Council reviews general fund balance

FY22 budget work session to take place on April 12, full schedule posted online By Ally Lanasa, Staff Writer (Feb. 25, 2021) The Berlin mayor and Town Council reviewed the general fund budget during t...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Berlin adopts Wor. hazard mitigation and resilience plan

By Ally Lanasa, Staff Writer (Feb. 25, 2021) The Berlin mayor and Town Council agreed on Monday to adopt the 2020 Worcester County Hazard Mitigation and Resilience Plan to remain eligible for funding ...
Published On: 2/25/21
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OP approves drainage pipe, bulkhead repairs

By Greg Ellison Board of directors agrees to spend more than $1.2 million for pair of projects (Feb. 25, 2021) Aiming to improve drainage and to continue annual bulkhead maintenance, the Ocean Pines B...
Published On: 2/25/21
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OP short-term rental work group finalizing proposals

By Greg Ellison (Feb. 25, 2021) Board member Frank Daly updated the Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors Saturday on efforts to establish guidelines for short-term rentals. The issue erupted las...
Published On: 2/25/21
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OP budget hikes assessments $10

By Greg Ellison (Feb. 25, 2021) With several last-second cost reductions cutting assessment fee increases from $35 to $10, the Ocean Pines Board voted 6-1, with Director Tom Janasek opposed, to approv...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Berlin Mayor and Council Briefs

By Ally Lanasa, Staff Writer (Feb. 25, 2021) The following took place during the Berlin mayor and Town Council meeting on Monday: Covid-19 update If the covid-19 positivity rate remains below 5 percen...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Viola updates budget favorability

By Greg Ellison (Feb. 25, 2021) With one quarter remaining in the current budget year, the Ocean Pines Association continues to chart operating favorability while also completing offseason facility up...
Published On: 2/25/21
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OP Treasurer Parks reviews financial status to end January

By Greg Ellison (Feb. 25, 2021) Ocean Pines Treasurer Doug Parks reviewed the associations’ financial standing and updated assessment fee collections during the Board of Directors meeting on Saturda...
Published On: 2/25/21
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OP to hold referendum on spending

By Greg Ellison Trendic suit settlement will allow community to decide  limits of board authority (Feb. 25, 2021) After reaching a recent settlement with former Director Slobodan Trendic on a previou...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Gazette Editorial

Time to clear the air Transparency is an overused word to describe an underused concept. That’s how it has seemed ever since governing officials and their constituents began to demand more of it in ...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Baltimore Avenue Reconstruction Tops OC Council’s Capital Project List; Officials Ranked Projects In Importance

OCEAN CITY — The Mayor and Council rankings of projects large and small on the town’s draft capital improvement plan (CIP) revealed the elected officials are clearly divided on many, but ...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Worcester County Schools Inviting All Students Back March 8; About 20% May Remain Virtual

NEWARK – Worcester County public schools will welcome back students full-time March 8.On Tuesday, Superintendent Lou Taylor released a message advising parents Worcester County Public Schools wo...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Berlin’s Main Street Businesses Eligible For $194K In Grants

BERLIN – Businesses in Berlin’s downtown are now able to apply for financial support following an announcement from Governor Larry Hogan this week.On Tuesday, Hogan announced $7 million i...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Testing Mandate Confirms Out Of Touch Claims

Among the many things confirmed over the last year has been education decisions are complicated because there are multiple layers to weigh in nearly all judgments. However, in nearly all cases, keepi...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Vanishing Ocean City With Bunk Mann – February 26, 2021

Ocean City was once a highly segregated town with unwritten “Jim Crow” laws in effect into the late 1960s. Blacks (known as Negroes or colored in that era) were not welcome as guests in t...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk – February 26, 2021

Discussions on short-term rental regulations will soon ramp up in Ocean Pines and Berlin.Prior to the pandemic, the concept in Berlin was to keep the short weekend rentals to certain residential zones...
Published On: 2/25/21
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Finalists In Young Authors Contest

SALISBURY — After receiving hundreds of submissions from talented writers, the Eastern Shore Literacy Association (ESLA) announced the finalists in the 2021 Young Authors’ Contest, includi...
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