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Published On: 4/27/17
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Ready for another OPA election

(April 27, 2017) With the May 10 deadline for candidate filings looming, followed by the August election of two board members, the Ocean Pines Association Elections Committee reviewed procedures for c...
Published On: 4/27/17
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Reforms on tap for Pines Board meeting, Saturday

(April 27, 2017) Two significant elections-related amendments will appear on the agenda during the Ocean Pines Association Board meeting on Saturday. Director Cheryl Jacobs plans to introduce changes...
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Berlin to continue support for WCDC, Worcester Youth

(April 27, 2017) The Berlin Town Council approved increased funding for Worcester Youth and Family Counseling programs and consented to keep funding level for Worcester County Developmental Center dur...
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ReTag’d will hold grand opening on First Friday, May 5

(April 27, 2017) One of Snow Hill’s newest businesses, ReTag’d Upscale Retail on 108 Pearl St., will hold a grand opening during the Arts on the River First Friday event next week. ReTag&...
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Toy Town ribbon cutting planned next week

(April 27, 2017) Toy Town, one of Snow Hill’s newest and largest businesses, will hold a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at 5 p.m. during next week’s Arts on the River First Frid...
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Regs need reassessment

The Worcester County Developmental Center, like every other vocational training center for adults with intellectual disabilities, is not necessarily looking forward to the future. Because of changes t...
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Ocean City Continues To Hammer Away At Route 90 Dualization Effort

OCEAN CITY — During a spring update with the State Highway Administration (SHA) on Tuesday, Ocean City continued to press for the dualization of Route 90 to be pushed ahead of other highway proj...
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Pocomoke’s Byrd ‘A Model We All Look Up To’

POCOMOKE – Education officials honored a Pocomoke High School icon this month as he prepares to retire. David Byrd, the well-known athletic director and physical education teacher at Pocomoke High S...
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‘Mr. Ocean City Parks’ Retiring After 37 Years With Town

OCEAN CITY — Long-time Ocean City Parks Division Superintendent Calvin Ginnavan, who affectionately earned the title “Mr. Ocean City Parks” during his career, was feted this week with a spec...
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Awards Keep Coming For Former Mallard

BERLIN- Former Worcester Prep standout lacrosse player Alex Bruder continues to pile up awards and honors in her senior season at Queens University of Charlotte including being named to the South Atla...
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Worcester Girls End Three-Game Skid

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team beat Calverton, 17-11, last Saturday on alumni day to end a three-game skid. The Mallards started the season on fire, winning their first five...
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Decatur Girls Fall To Kent Island, 12-6

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team continued its see-saw season last week with a 12-6 loss to Kent Island on the road on Friday. The Seahawks opened the season with a pair of w...
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Seahawks Lose To North Caroline, 13-4

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity baseball team had an up and down week last week, sweeping Worcester County rivals Snow Hill and Pocomoke in back-to-back games before falling to North Caroline on t...
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Annual Half Marathon Descends On Resort

OCEAN CITY- Thousands of runners from all over the country are descending on the resort area this weekend for the Island to Island Half Marathon and 5K race. The Island to Island Half Marathon and 5K ...
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School’s New Therapy Dog Wins Online Contest

POCOMOKE CITY – Pocomoke High School’s (PHS) therapy dog has won a national competition that brings awareness to canines that work in a school setting. In a competition that took place late last m...
Published On: 4/27/17
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Cell Phone Videos Lead To Rape Charges

OCEAN CITY — A Georgetown, Delaware man this week was charged with rape after an investigation connected him to sexual assault at an uptown Ocean City residence earlier this month that was recor...
Published On: 4/27/17
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UMES Hosting Free Drug Abuse Awareness Clinic Saturday

SALISBURY – This Saturday, students from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) School of Pharmacy and Health Professions will offer a free drug abuse awareness clinic to members of the com...
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Five Mallards Sign Letters Of Intent

BERLIN- Five Worcester Prep female scholar-athletes last week signed letters of intent to continue their athletic and academic careers at various colleges and universities next year. Last Thursday, fi...
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Wicomico Looking To Hold Meeting On Failed Sewer System Accord

SALISBURY – Officials in Wicomico County are taking initial steps to hold an informational meeting for Village Down River property owners after discovering the community’s developer failed to set ...
Published On: 4/27/17
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Petito Earns Player Of the Week Honors

BERLIN- Former Stephen Decatur three-sport standout Jillian Petito, now the starting goalie for the Mount St. Mary’s University women’s lacrosse team, last week was voted Northeast Conference defe...
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Earth Day Brings New Cuisine To West OC’s Culture

OCEAN CITY – Culture, a West Ocean City eatery known for its Peruvian rotisserie chicken and ever-changing cultural cuisine, is bringing American street food to its patrons. The new supporting menu ...
Published On: 4/27/17
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First-Degree Assault Arrest In OC

OCEAN CITY — A Parkville man was arrested on first-degree assault and other serious charges last weekend after allegedly beating his girlfriend to the point she needed staples to close a two-inc...
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Property Tax Increases Likely Over Next Five Years, Draft Financial Plan Suggests

OCEAN CITY — The Mayor and Council got their first look this week at a draft long-term financial plan for the next five years and the biggest takeaway is continuing to reduce or at least maintai...
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Family Provides $5.5M Gift To SU For New Entrepreneurship Center

SALISBURY — Salisbury University President Janet Dudley-Eshbach has announced a $5.5 million gift from Dave and Patsy Rommel, benefiting SU’s new Center for Entrepreneurship at the Plaza Galle...
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Worcester County Takes 3rd In Steps Challenge

SNOW HILL – The Worcester County Health Department and participating residents went against 696 teams from around the country to place third in a national walking campaign. From Feb. 9 to National P...
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