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Published On: 12/12/19
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OPA board holds first reading for resolution procedures

By Greg Ellison Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) Efforts to solidify procedures for amending Ocean Pines Association resolutions inched closer to fruition following a first reading last week of an attachm...
Published On: 12/12/19
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OPA work group formed for committee orientations

By Greg Ellison Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) New Ocean Pines advisory committees should have a clearer path to follow from a procedural standpoint once guidelines are developed by a work group that it...
Published On: 12/12/19
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OPA board approves capital purchases

By Greg Ellison Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) Among the capital purchases the Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors approved last Wednesday were an audio system for the community center, a turf tr...
Published On: 12/12/19
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Viola gets 30-month contract extension

By Greg Ellison Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) After witnessing the rapid improvement of the Ocean Pines Association’s finances following the June appointment of General Manager John Viola, the board ...
Published On: 12/12/19
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OP GM report highlights positive budget numbers

By Greg Ellison Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) In addition to reporting that the Ocean Pines Association has beaten its annual budget by $551,000 so far, General Manager John Viola last Wednesday brough...
Published On: 12/12/19
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State report card shows high marks for Wor.

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) No school district in Maryland had a better state report card than Worcester County’s public school system, according to the state Department of Educa...
Published On: 12/12/19
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Fourth annual Meal for the Hungry fills Berlin

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) More than 200 people were fed last Tuesday during the fourth annual Meal for the Hungry at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. “From the standpoint ...
Published On: 12/12/19
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Crayola ColorCycle project aims to ‘repurpose’ supplies in Worcester schools

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) For Maddox Bunting, a junior at Stephen Decatur High School, collecting old markers through the Crayola ColorCycle project allows him to put these suppl...
Published On: 12/12/19
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Town Council appoints commission member

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) Berlin resident Matthew Stoehr was appointed to the Berlin Planning Commission Monday night in an unanimous decision by the Town Council. Mayor Gee Will...
Published On: 12/12/19
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Berlin Parks Comm. explores memorial policy

By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) A standard operating procedure for memorials in public parks cleared its first hurdle during the Berlin Parks Commission meeting last Tuesday. Mary Bohle...
Published On: 12/12/19
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Wetland rain catcher work delayed by rain

Graham Ave. project close to completion By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Dec. 12, 2019) Work on the final stages of a submerged gravel wetland project on Graham Avenue have stalled because of bad wea...
Published On: 12/11/19
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OPA Board Extends General Manager’s Contract

OCEAN PINES – The Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors approved a two-and-a-half-year contract extension for General Manager John Viola last week.The board voted unanimously to approve a c...
Published On: 12/11/19
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Ocean City Eyes More Surveillance Cameras; Chief: Program Has ‘Worked Very, Very Well’

OCEAN CITY – A proposal to expand the City Watch surveillance camera system received a favorable recommendation from the town’s police commission this week.In the interest of public safet...
Published On: 12/11/19
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Celebrate The Season In Southern Delaware’s Quiet Resorts

We are in the thick of the holiday season and just in case you didn’t have enough holiday plans on your schedule, we have a few more that we think you should add! Family fun for people of all a...
Published On: 12/11/19
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Council Agrees To Paid Parking Changes; Hourly Rates To Jump During Peak Season With Free Or Reduced Fees In Spring, Fall

OCEAN CITY — Elected officials this week approved the parking task force’s recommendations to hike some rates during the peak season while offering concessions in the shoulder months, tho...
Published On: 12/10/19
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West Ocean City Commercial Project Moves Ahead

SNOW HILL – Plans for the development of Sea Oaks Village moved forward last week with site plan approval for the commercial portion of the project.Last Thursday, the Worcester County Planning C...
Published On: 12/10/19
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Promoter Working On Two High-Profile Summer Concerts

OCEAN CITY — While mum’s the word on potential acts, the resort’s 2020 special events package presented this week could include two significant concerts next summer.During Monday...
Published On: 12/10/19
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Fenwick Council Officially Opposes State Park Partnership With Wind Farm Developer

FENWICK ISLAND – In another public stance last week, officials in Fenwick Island approved a resolution opposing plans for improvements at Fenwick Island State Park in exchange for the constructi...
Published On: 12/10/19
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Long-Time Decatur Football Coach Announces Retirement

BERLIN — After three decades-plus on the sidelines under the bright Friday night lights at Stephen Decatur, longtime fixture Bob Knox on Tuesday announced he was stepping down as head football ...
Published On: 12/10/19
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An Ocean City First? Another Reely Rare Fish

Check out the video of our visit to Atlantic Tackle for the 12 Days of Christmas deals!!It’s a pretty nasty day over here in Annapolis as I attend the December Mid Atlantic Fisheries Management ...
Published On: 12/9/19
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Pickles Pub Repeats At Chili Cookoff Fundraiser

WEST OCEAN CITY — For the second year in row, Pickles Pub took first place and best in show in the 22nd annual Hots for Tots Chili Cook-Off at the Greene Turtle in West Ocean City on Sunday, bu...
Published On: 12/8/19
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Some Big Rockfish Showed Up

The 12 Days of Christmas are going on right now at Atlantic Tackle.  Check out the above video to the great deals!!We had a nice December day in Ocean City today with decent temps, sunny skies an...
Published On: 12/6/19
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Adventures of Fatherhood

Playing is a lot easier than coaching.The amount of restraint and patience needed with coaching is something I never appreciated while playing sports growing up in recreation leagues, in high school a...
Published On: 12/6/19
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Specks in the Surf

Don’t miss out on the deals during Atlantic Tackle’s 12 Days of Christmas!!  Check out the above video for the details!We had a pretty decent start to the day today.  Mild temper...
Published On: 12/5/19
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Comcast holds Ocean Pines town hall meeting as construction begins

By Greg Ellison Staff Writer (Dec. 5, 2019) After beginning its multi-year infrastructure build-out project for Internet and cable service in Ocean Pines last Wednesday, Comcast held a town hall meeti...
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