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Published On: 9/29/16
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Commissioners ‘Remain Committed’ To Showell Elementary Reconstruction

BERLIN – County leaders said this week they remained committed to building a new Showell Elementary School in spite of their failure to approve a concept plan last week. At their Sept. 20 meeting, t...
Published On: 9/29/16
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Plumbing Ordinance Changes Tabled Again By OC Council After Lengthy Debate

OCEAN CITY — Resort officials this week again tabled a proposed ordinance change that would have somewhat relaxed the permitting and inspection process for the simplest of plumbing jobs after an...
Published On: 9/28/16
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Jana Kramer Concert Cancelled In Ocean City

OCEAN CITY — Due to scheduling conflicts with a network television show, rising country music artist Jana Kramer will not be performing next weekend in Ocean City as planned. Kramer was slated t...
Published On: 9/28/16
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Berlin Mayor Candidates Differ Mostly On Growth Issues

BERLIN — Standing in the way of a third term for Berlin Mayor Gee Williams is Councilmember Lisa Hall, who has given up her elected position to challenge him in the Oct. 4 town election. William...
Published On: 9/28/16
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Worcester Superintendent Finalists Interviewed

NEWARK — The two finalists for the Worcester County Superintendent of Schools position participated in media sessions this week as part of their individual days within the local school system. T...
Published On: 9/27/16
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Shots Fired At Police After Pocomoke Bank Robbery

POCOMOKE — Allied law enforcement agencies across the lower shore on Tuesday are still looking for three suspects who robbed and threatened to blow up a Pocomoke bank on Monday before fleeing in...
Published On: 9/27/16
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Poll Finds Two-Thirds Of Marylanders Support Post-Labor Day Start, While AG Opines Court Would ‘Likely’ Find Governor Exceeded Authority

OCEAN CITY — The results of a recent poll released this week indicate a decided majority of Maryland residents continue to support Gov. Larry Hogan’s Executive Order for a post-Labor Day Schoo...
Published On: 9/27/16
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Social Media Helps Nab Theft Suspect In OC

OCEAN CITY — An Ocean City man was arrested on theft charges last weekend for allegedly swiping a backpack containing cameras and other property from a downtown business owner after a successful...
Published On: 9/27/16
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Sheepshead are Tasty

By Scott Lenox It poured in Ocean City this morning, and then it was overcast with intermittent rain all day.  The wind wasn’t bad, so if you didn’t mind dodging rain drops you could ...
Published On: 9/26/16
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Berlin Mayoral Hopeful On Prescription Drug Charge: ‘It’s Very Unfortunate That We Have Lowered Ourselves To This Level Of Campaigning’

BERLIN – A mayoral candidate in Berlin’s coming election shared her side of the story this week following news of a drug possession charge. According to South Carolina’s online judiciary case se...
Published On: 9/26/16
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Berlin To Host First-Ever Main Street Crab Feast

BERLIN – Berlin’s Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Lower Eastern Shore Heritage Area Council to host the town’s first outdoor Crab Feast fundraisers on Main Street Oct. 1. A continuous...
Published On: 9/26/16
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A Tale of Two Sheepshead

By Scott Lenox It was a beautiful day today in Ocean City and a great day to be out on the water.  The wind picked up a tad out of the east, but the ocean was pretty calm and some guys were ...
Published On: 9/25/16
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Tuna, Rockfish, Rays and Big Mouth Bass

By Scott Lenox We had some absolutely beautiful fall weather in Ocean City today.  The temperature started off in the mid 50s and climbed into the low 70s, we had light winds and it was mostly su...
Published On: 9/24/16
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Tuna on the Hot Dog

By Scott Lenox The weatherman nailed the forecast for the ocean today with N to NE winds about 5 – 15 knots and seas of 2 – 3’……SIKE! It was straight out of the northeast...
Published On: 9/23/16
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Yep, The Fish Are Still Around

By Scott Lenox I titled yesterday’s Daily Angle, “Will They Still Be Around” because we’ve had a couple of blow days and no one has been able to do any offshore fishing.  ...
Published On: 9/22/16
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Finalists Named For Worcester Superintendent Post

BERLIN — One well-known internal candidate and a current West Virginia superintendent of schools were named finalists for Worcester County’s top school system position Thursday. The finalists ...
Published On: 9/22/16
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$55K Air Transport Bill Raises Industry Concerns; Local Family Hopes ‘Price Gouging At Its Worst’ Will Raise Awareness

BERLIN — When a Berlin child with a critical illness was flown to a Baltimore hospital last October, her parents did not know that 45-minute flight was the beginning of a nearly year-long journe...
Published On: 9/22/16
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Things To Do Around Town – September 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: 9/22/16
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Who’s Playing When And Where – September 23, 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 Every Frid...
Published On: 9/22/16
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Berlin Fiddlers Convention brings three days of music

(Sept. 22, 2016) The 24th annual Berlin Fiddlers Convention returns this weekend with free live music by four local and regional bands, as well as competitions in multiple levels and categories. Berl...
Published On: 9/22/16
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OPA Country club: repair or replace?

(Sept. 22, 2016) Plenty of ground was covered during what Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors President Tom Herrick described on Monday as the “resurrection of the working sessions”...
Published On: 9/22/16
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Pocomoke hardest hit by downpour

(Sept. 22, 2016) By late Monday afternoon, floodwaters had crossed Route 113’s southbound lanes north of Pocomoke City in at least two places, Route 756 was about to be shut down, and both Marke...
Published On: 9/22/16
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Crabby Pig Hitting A Groove Heading Into Fall Season

OCEAN CITY – Located in front of Northside Park in Ocean City is the Crabby Pig, a restaurant with roots in both Western Maryland and the Eastern Shore. Owner Terry Crawford opened his first restaur...
Published On: 9/22/16
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Decatur’s Aluma Commits To Wofford

BERLIN- After an intense recruiting period during which he was courted by around a dozen Division I programs, Decatur’s standout rising senior center Keve Aluma announced last weekend he has committ...
Published On: 9/22/16
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Route 90 Pitch Made At Annual Transportation Meeting

SNOW HILL – Local leaders used a visit from state transportation officials as an opportunity to advocate for the dualization of Route 90. During the Maryland Department of Transportation’s annual ...
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