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Published On: 4/8/20
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Spatial Disorientation Found As Cause of 2018 Fatal Plane Crash

OCEAN CITY — A little over two years after a fatal plane crash in the water just off the coast of the Ocean City Airport claimed the life of the pilot and presumably the female passenger, a rep...
Published On: 4/8/20
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Council Endorses ‘Plan B’ Budget, Plans To Use Reserves For Constant Yield Tax Rate

OCEAN CITY — Despite uncertainties surrounding ongoing pandemic and the impact on the economy, resort officials last week signed off on a fiscal year 2021 “Plan B” budget that would...
Published On: 4/8/20
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Berlin meetings will be public, virtually

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 9, 2020) The first online Berlin mayor and Town Council meeting will take place on Facebook Live Monday starting at 5:30 p.m. with a budget work session. Following...
Published On: 4/7/20
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Ocean City Wins Challenge To Topless Ban

OCEAN CITY — Convinced Ocean City officials have a better understanding of the public sensibilities of its residents and guests than the plaintiffs in the case, a federal judge on Tuesday dismi...
Published On: 4/7/20
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Berlin Museum Seeks Community Stories, Artifacts

BERLIN – Officials with the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum are encouraging community members to share their experiences during the novel coronavirus outbreak.Last week, the Calvin B. Taylor Hous...
Published On: 4/6/20
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Ocean Pines Extends Community Assessment Payment Deadline

OCEAN PINES –  The Ocean Pines Association has extended the assessment deadline by 90 days in response to the economic hardship created by the ongoing health crisis.The Ocean Pines Associa...
Published On: 4/6/20
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Shore Boutiques Partner On ‘Community Over Competition’ Campaign

BERLIN – Community over competition.That’s the message a group of local boutique owners are trying to promote during the COVID-19 pandemic.Last week, Taylor Harman and her mother, Pam Har...
Published On: 4/5/20
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Some Surprise Speckled Trout

Just like almost everything in our world, the Daily Angle fishing report has come to a grinding halt.  There are still some folks getting out, but fishing interests have been severely limited for...
Published On: 4/3/20
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Comptroller Calls For ’90-Day Payment Holiday From Monthly Bills’

Peter FranchotSpecial To The DispatchAs our state, nation and the world battle the COVID-19 pandemic, there is much fear and uncertainty of what the future holds. We must first and foremost protect pu...
Published On: 4/3/20
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Local Couple Details Cruise Ordeal As Health Crisis Escalated

OCEAN CITY –  A local couple caught on a cruise ship as coronavirus turned into a global pandemic is finally home.After weeks of uncertainty as their cruise ship was turned away from port ...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Enjoy pan-seared steaks while at home

By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 As I sit here on Day 18 after closing the restaurant, I sip my black coffee, eating Genoa salami on wheat with Duke’s mayonnaise and spicy brown mustard. Ah yes, the G...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Maryland schools closed four more weeks

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer State plan being developed for continuation of learning opportunities for students (April 2, 2020) Maryland public schools, including those in Worcester County, will remai...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Masks, shields given to hospitals

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer Hardwire, boutique change gears to provide protection to health care workers (April 2, 2020) Residents and companies in Worcester County are creating protective gear for ...
Published On: 4/2/20
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SonRise Church subdivision plat approved

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 2, 2020) The Berlin Planning Commission approved a final subdivision plat request for SonRise Church on Wednesday, March 11. Pastor Daryl McCready of SonRise Church...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Atlantic Physical Therapy cautions patients

By Greg Ellison (April 2, 2020) With travel bans in place across Maryland and Delaware because of COVID-19, Atlantic Physical Therapy is advising anyone currently rehabilitating muscular injuries to f...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Coastal Bays promotes small farms

By Greg Ellison (April 2, 2020) The Maryland Coastal Bays Program wants to promote small-scale farming practices and local agriculture producers through its new “Living Local: Small-Scale, Large Imp...
Published On: 4/2/20
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OP WWTP projects slated for later this year

By Greg Ellison (April 2, 2020) As Worcester County officials look ahead to improving water and wastewater treatment operations in Ocean Pines, among the projects on the schedule are constructing a ne...
Published On: 4/2/20
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OP Rec & Parks suggests fun and safe activities

By Greg Ellison (April 2, 2020) While families are sequestered at home during the COVID-19 pandemic response, and with playground facilities temporarily closed, the Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks de...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Homes for America discusses plans

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 2, 2020) Representatives from Homes Across America returned to the Berlin Planning Commission on Wednesday, March 11, to discuss new developments to their site plan...
Published On: 4/2/20
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No longer taking our freedom for granted

Our current stay-at-home circumstances, along with the other government restrictions on public movement, are as close to martial law as most of us ever hope to see. All that is missing from the curren...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Mayor gives weekly update

(April 2, 2020) Berlin Mayor Gee Williams issued his weekly statement on Monday with updates concerning COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the town. To the Citizens of Berlin: The Town of Berlin continues to ...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Providing meals for Wor. students

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 2, 2020) Members of the community have been coming together to help provide meals for students after Gov. Larry Hogan closed Maryland public schools for two weeks ...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Developer Seeks Liquor License For New Hotel; Some Fenwick Residents Voice Opposition

FENWICK ISLAND – A local developer is seeking a liquor license for his new hotel, but some Fenwick residents are voicing their opposition to his requests.On March 2, developer Spiro Buas applie...
Published On: 4/2/20
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Photographer Offers Services For Front Steps Project

OCEAN PINES – A nationwide initiative to celebrate family during an uncertain time has been embraced by a local photographer.Kim DeBoy of Indigomagik Photography is taking part in #TheFrontStep...
Published On: 4/2/20
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DNR Clarifies State Order Forbids Recreational Boating

OCEAN CITY — With the arrival of April and a typical increase in recreational boating and fishing season around the area, state officials this week clarified just what is allowed and what is no...
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