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Published On: 10/24/14
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Get Ready for the Great Pumpkin Race OCMD

Every fall, Ocean City celebrates all things Halloween; usually it involves parties, parades and runs. This year… the fun continues with the Great Pumpkin Race, a great, creative way to really get i...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Resort To Look Into Homeless On Boardwalk Concerns; Changes Only Likely If Laws Being Broken

OCEAN CITY – The issue of the homeless sleeping at the Caroline Street Comfort Station and in others areas of the Boardwalk surfaced this week and at least one elected official thinks a city law may...
Published On: 10/23/14
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City Council Candidate Abruptly Withdraws From Race

OCEAN CITY – With the election less than two weeks away, City Council candidate Nancy Bolt withdrew from the race today. On Thursday morning at about 11:30 a.m., Ocean City Council candidate Nancy B...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Indoor Soccer League Coaches Needed

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department is looking for coaches for the upcoming late fall and winter youth indoor soccer leagues. The leagues will be open to boys and girls in grade...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Berlin Intermediate School After School Academy Fishing Club Member Holds Up “Catch Of The Day”

Dulaney Kerns, a member of the Berlin Intermediate School After School Academy Fishing Club, gets a helping hand holding up his “catch of the day.”
Published On: 10/23/14
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St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Vestry Establishes Quantico Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund At The Community Foundation Of The Eastern Shore

The St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Vestry recently established the Quantico Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund at the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore. This permanent endowment will support the ca...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Whenever You Do It, Please Choose To Vote

Early voting started yesterday in jurisdictions across the state and will run through Thursday, Oct. 30, from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. In Wicomico County, the polling site is the Civic Center and in Worcester i...
Published On: 10/23/14
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21st Annual Seaside 10 Set For Saturday

OCEAN CITY- The Seaside 10 and associated 5K race returns to Ocean City for the 21st year on Saturday as part of the resort’s ongoing special events during the month of October. Hundreds of running ...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Vanishing Ocean City With Bunk Mann

The first bridge to carry automobile traffic into Ocean City was approved by the Maryland General Assembly in 1916 but did not officially open until July 4, 1919. Known to locals as the “State Roads...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Petito’s Four Goals Lead Seahawks To Bayside Title

BERLIN- Senior captain Jillian Petito’s fourth goal on the game, on her birthday no less, gave Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity soccer team a dramatic 5-4 sudden death overtime win over Queen An...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Voices From The Readers

Publication Threatened Editor: As a candidate for the Ocean City Council who was disqualified at last Thursday’s kankaroo court hearing before the City Council, I wish to get the facts straight ...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Comptroller Finds No Issues With Liquor Deal; Wholesaler Cleared In Investigation

SNOW HILL — The state Comptroller’s Office Field Enforcement Division this week opined a major liquor wholesaler in Maryland did not engage in unfair trade practices and false advertising when...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Pillas Maintains Council Candidate Process Was Flawed

OCEAN CITY – Councilwoman Margaret Pillas’s request to reopen Philip Ufholz’s hearing to further deliberate his Ocean City residency and qualification to run for council was unsuccessful this we...
Published On: 10/23/14
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General’s Looks To Continue Tradition At New Site

OCEAN CITY – General’s Kitchen’s tradition at its current site will come to a close at the end of the year, leaving the “house of chipped beef” searching for a new home. In August, General...
Published On: 10/23/14
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Multiple Dredging Projects Underway; OC Canal, Inlet Work Among Priorities

OCEAN CITY — The fall dredging season is well underway in and around Ocean City with several projects going on simultaneously. The federal Army Corps of Engineers in September began a major dred...
Published On: 10/22/14
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General’s Kitchen Looking To Keep OC Tradition Alive With New Location

OCEAN CITY – General’s Kitchen’s tradition at its current site will come to a close at the end of the year, leaving the “house of chipped beef” searching for a new home. In August, General...
Published On: 10/22/14
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Multiple Dredging Projects Taking Place This Fall; OC Canals, Inlet Work Underway

OCEAN CITY — The fall dredging season is well underway in and around Ocean City with several projects going on simultaneously. The federal Army Corps of Engineers in September began a major dred...
Published On: 10/22/14
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Halloween Happenings: Haunted House Events Across Delmarva

The Eastern Shore is rich in history; many of the areas buildings, houses, fields or forests has a story all its own. In honor of our haunted histories (and Halloween of course) we’ve rounded up the...
Published On: 10/22/14
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Prime Pickin’ – Pumpkin Patches Across Maryland and Delaware

Its prime time pumpkin pickin’ season here on the coast and we’re jumping in head first. Don’t stress if you haven’t gotten around to finding that perfect, plump pumpkin… fortunately, we’v...
Published On: 10/21/14
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New Video Provides More Information In OC Manslaughter Case

OCEAN CITY — New details emerged this week in the manslaughter case against two local men charged for their alleged roles in the death of a Pennsylvania man found unresponsive and unconscious in...
Published On: 10/21/14
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Berlin’s New Econ. Development Director Named; Wells Currently Serves In Same Capacity In Sykesville

BERLIN – An accomplished tourism and economic development professional from Sykesville has been selected to replace Michael Day as Berlin’s director of economic development. Town officials announc...
Published On: 10/21/14
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Weekend Happenings: Halloween in Ocean City, Part 1

Halloween is almost here and on the Eastern Shore, we really know to celebrate. Fortunately for us, this weekend (we’ll call it Halloween-weekend-eve) is chocked full of spooky events that are desig...
Published On: 10/21/14
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ShoreBilly’s Swill: On the Road, Part III

Well, since there’s not a whole lot going on in town this time of year, particularly in the bar scene, I’m going to continue on with the tales from my family road trip. Once I realized that this t...
Published On: 10/20/14
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Wicked, Wild and Wonderful – Rehoboth’s Renowned Sea Witch Festival Returns

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware is known for their beautiful landscapes, fun atmosphere and stellar shopping. Most of us know Rehoboth for the Tanger Outlets, quirky new restaurants (that ShoreBread is just ...
Published On: 10/20/14
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Behind the Scenes at Downtown Salisbury’s Latest Addition…The Brick Room

We’ve been finding ourselves in Downtown Salisbury more and more lately. Between the 3rd Friday fun and the addition of new restaurants, coffee shops, art studios and bars, it’s no wonder Downtown...
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