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Published On: 6/26/16
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Good Flounderin’

By Scott Lenox It was an absolutely beautiful day in Ocean City today.  Sunny skies all day, warm temperatures and light north east winds made for good fishing conditions and crowded fishing spot...
Published On: 6/25/16
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The Bite is On

By Scott Lenox It was another awesome day of fishing today both inshore and offshore.  The wind did blow out of the north east and made it rough enough for some boats to stay at the dock, but it ...
Published On: 6/24/16
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Red Hot Fishing

By Scott Lenox Fishing was absolutely crazy today….crazy good!  The offshore boats were in the canyons absolutely smoking the tuna and the inshore boats were all over the flounder and sea b...
Published On: 6/24/16
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Rehoboth Beach Walking Tours

Put on your walking shoes…and step back in time with a Rehoboth Beach Walking Tour, sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society! The gentle 45 minute stroll around the downtown area gives par...
Published On: 6/24/16
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4th of July Celebrations on Delmarva

Summer is in full force on Delmarva and the 4th of July is quickly approaching.  We’ve been gathering all of our options so we can plan our patriotic weekend, and it seems we’ll be pretty bus...
Published On: 6/23/16
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County Approves Deputies’ Off-Duty Security Work In OC

SNOW HILL – In spite of reservations expressed by county leaders, the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office will continue to offer security services to a handful of area businesses. The Worcester Coun...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Education Foundation Provides $35K To School System For Digital Efforts

NEWARK – The Worcester County Education Foundation (WCEF) donated $35,000 to the local school system this week to aid in its ongoing digital conversion. The WCEF, a nonprofit created in 2014, provid...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Berlin Councilwoman Makes It Official: She Will Challenge Incumbent For Mayor

BERLIN – Though the election is still months away, two candidates have already filed to run for public office in Berlin. Council member Lisa Hall filed to run for mayor last week while resident Zack...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Worcester’s First Female Bus Driver Retires After 64 Years On Job

BERLIN — The last day of school for Worcester County students marked the final day of a 64-year career for Berlin bus driver Irma Herbert. Herbert, 84, retired last week as the longest serving s...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Things To Do Around Town – June 23, 2016

Every 1st Friday:  Star Charities Volunteers Meet 10 a.m., Ocean Pines Library. 410-641-7667. Every Saturday: Weekly Farmers Market 8 a.m.-1 p.m., White Horse Park, 239 Ocean Parkway, Ocean Pines. Ye...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Who’s Playing When And Where – June 24, 2016

28th Street Pit and Pub 410-289-2020 28th St. & Coastal Hwy. Every Thursday: Locals’ Night With DJ BK Adolfo’s 410-289-4001 13th St. & The Boardwalk, In The Beach Plaza Hotel Friday, June ...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Curing Our Coast Series Dives Into Recovery; Two Men Share Their Stories, Both Involve Gaining New Identities

OCEAN CITY — While it’s one thing to accept that heroin has become a difficult problem in this region, it’s much harder for the average person to understand the long journey that former addicts ...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Voices From The Readers – June 24, 2016

Sponsors Thanked Editor: The Ocean Pines Anglers Club held a successful Teach A Kid To Fish event on Saturday, June 18 and wants to thank our sponsors, the Ocean City-Berlin Optimist Club and the Mar...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Things I Like – June 24, 2016

Early evenings on the beach How one of my sons loves to help Remote vehicle start on a hot day Picking a bunch of crabs and then going back and eating the meat Getting lucky with traffic Chicken chees...
Published On: 6/23/16
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We Remember Those We Have Lost – June 24, 2016

Thomas Donald Boenzli OCEAN CITY — Thomas “Tom” Donald Boenzli, 81, of Ocean City, Maryland, passed away June 3, 2016 at his home. He was born on Sept. 4, 1934 in Baltimore, Maryland to the ...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Battle For Brews Event Set For Saturday

OCEAN CITY — On Saturday, June 25, from noon-5 p.m., bragging rights for the best brews at the beach will be on the line when Assawoman Bay Brew Pub and Brewery on 45th Street hosts the 1st Annu...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Ocean City Renews Mid-Atlantic Sports Alliance Agreement

OCEAN CITY- Resort officials this week approved a continuation of Ocean City’s agreement with Worcester and Wicomico Counties in establishing the Mid-Atlantic Amateur Sports Alliance (MAASA). In 201...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Open Houses Of The Week – June 24, 2016

OCEAN CITY The Capri #1807 Sat 10-12 2BR/2BA Condo Amazing Views Pool Craig E. Hyatt Long and Foster 443-235-7455 OCEAN CITY Century I #2207 Sun 10-12 2BR/2BA Condo Oceanfront 2 Floors Pool Craig E. H...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Three Arrests In Contractor Robbery

OCEAN PINES — An Ocean Pines resident was robbed of $40,000 recently after leaving a home improvement project worker with a key only to return and find out a robbery had taken place. The residen...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Solar Developer’s Tax Abatement Requests Tabled

SNOW HILL – County leaders opted to postpone their decision on a solar developer’s request for a substantial tax abatement in an effort to get more information. The Worcester County Commissioners ...
Published On: 6/23/16
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That Day When Officials Blew Up A Whale

In 1922, a whale washed up on the beach near Caroline Street in Ocean City. It was towed out to sea by the U.S. Coast Guard but floated ashore again just north of the fishing pier. The City Council or...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Snow Hill High School Cadet Michaela Porch Awarded DAR Bronze ROTC Medal

Snow Hill High School Cadet Michaela Porch was recently awarded the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Bronze ROTC medal by General Levin Winder Chapter’s Pat Arata. Recipients of this award...
Published On: 6/23/16
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Myers Family Makes Generous Donation To Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School

Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently announced a generous monetary donation from the Myers family to be used towards resurfacing the school’s gymnasium floor. Above, students Kevin Myers,...
Published On: 6/23/16
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OC Recreation And Parks Department’s Spring 4 v. 4 Flag Football League Concluded

The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s spring 4 v. 4 flag football league concluded last week with the Going in Dry team beating the ES Elite in the championship game. Pictured above, Goin...
Published On: 6/23/16
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No County Action Leaves OC Weighing Tax Relief Options

OCEAN CITY — With the dust settled after lengthy fiscal year 2017 budget deliberations for both jurisdictions, the issue of tax differential, or tax set-offs between Worcester County and Ocean C...
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