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Published On: 5/26/16
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‘Who Loves You Baby?’ Long-Time Buckingham Elementary Fixture Terry Smith Reflects On Final Days At School

BERLIN – Terry Smith was hurrying into the gym at Stephen Decatur High School when, above the sounds of the crowd gathered for a basketball game, she heard a phrase that stopped her in her tracks. ...
Published On: 5/26/16
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Two Cedar Chapel Students Get A Thrill Participating In Graduation Walk

SNOW HILL — Tiffany Taylor admits she will be crying a lot over the next few weeks, but says her tears are endless tears of joy. Taylor watched as her son, Hunter Schoolfield, donned a blue cap and ...
Published On: 5/26/16
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Teens Recovering After Incident At School Parking Lot; Family Statement: ‘Thank You Sincerely’

BERLIN – Two local teenagers are recovering after being run over by a fellow student at Stephen Decatur High School on Monday. A male and female student were airlifted to Shock Trauma in Baltimore a...
Published On: 5/26/16
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Curing Our Coast: Addiction Treatment Quality, Quantity On Shore Major Concerns

SALISBURY — On a quiet street just outside of Salisbury’s vibrant downtown area sits a small and unassuming house that is the only halfway house for recovery addicts on the lower shore. It’s cal...
Published On: 5/25/16
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It’s Official, Bay Island Retreat Now Off Limits To People To Allow For Bird Nesting

OCEAN CITY — A sandy spit in the Isle of Wight Bay that became a focal point of sorts last summer in a skirmish between public access and habitat protection is officially off limits to recreatio...
Published On: 5/25/16
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Nine Arrested For Prostitution, Drugs After Allied Agencies’ Joint Probe

OCEAN CITY — Further evidence of the growing opiate addiction epidemic in the area and throughout the region was on display last week when the Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) and allied law ...
Published On: 5/25/16
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Orange Smoking Receptacles No More In Ocean City

OCEAN CITY — The bright orange barrels that served as the smoking receptacles on the beach from one end of Ocean City to the other last year have been replaced with low-key smaller receptacles m...
Published On: 5/25/16
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Curing Our Coast: Community Rallies Together To Talk Drug Addiction; New Group Pledges To Remain Active With Sharp Focus

BERLIN — A community coming to grips with the harsh realities of heroin and opiate addiction came together in a big way on Tuesday night and became local warriors fighting side by side against Ameri...
Published On: 5/25/16
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Ocean City’s First Yellowfin Tuna Limit

By Scott Lenox It was another beautiful day in Ocean City today with light winds and sunny skies, and the thermometer read over 80 degrees for part of the day.  We’re in for more of the sam...
Published On: 5/24/16
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Memorial Day Ceremony Planned In Ocean Pines

BERLIN — The 11th Annual Memorial Day Committee and the Worcester County Veterans Memorial Board invite the community to recognize and remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the...
Published On: 5/24/16
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For This Season, Quiet Storm Offers Four Locations, Inks New White Marlin Open Partnership

OCEAN CITY – Two Ocean City favorites have joined forces, as for the first time this year Quiet Storm will be the presenting sponsor for the White Marlin Open. Bill Dreibelbis, owner of Quiet Storm,...
Published On: 5/24/16
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Ocean City’s Tragic May Puts Renewed Focus On Safety Ahead Of Summer Season

OCEAN CITY — With two fatalities in the span of three days last week and three in the month of May, if ever the start of a season needed a mulligan, this appears to be it, but there is plenty of...
Published On: 5/24/16
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Q&A With Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, Chair Of State’s Task Force On Heroin, Opioid Abuse

BERLIN — In February of 2015, just months after being elected to office, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan issued an executive order to create the Heroin and Opioid Emergency Task Force. That task force...
Published On: 5/24/16
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Sea Bass are Snappin’

By Scott Lenox It was a beautiful day in Ocean City today with sunny skies, warm temperatures and light winds….finally!!  It really was gorgeous today both on land and out in the ocean. ...
Published On: 5/24/16
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Local Happenings: June Events Across Delmarva

Hello June!! After a very rainy April and May, we sure are looking forward to the month of June and the official start to summer. We are hoping for plenty of sunshine next month, particularly as we pl...
Published On: 5/23/16
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Artist Patrick Henry Reflects On 50-Year Career Of Eastern Shore Painting

BERLIN — After 50 years of being one of the most respected and sought after artists on the shore, Patrick Henry says people still ask him when he’s going to get a “real job.” It’s one of the...
Published On: 5/23/16
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Wicomico Schools Ink Under Armour Apparel Deal

SALISBURY — Thanks to a pioneering agreement with Team Distributors Inc., Wicomico County Public School athletes are looking forward to playing in uniforms made by Under Armour with new wares be...
Published On: 5/23/16
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Fatal Balcony Fall In OC Saturday Night

OCEAN CITY — The Ocean City Police Department Criminal Investigation Division is currently investigating a fatal fall from an eighth-floor balcony at a 21st Street hotel. On Saturday, May 21, 20...
Published On: 5/23/16
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Crabbin’

By Scott Lenox It wasn’t a bad weather day in Ocean City today, but it wasn’t a great one either.  It was cloudy most of the day and the wind blew a little this morning, but it didn&#...
Published On: 5/23/16
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Top Five Things to Look Forward to this Summer in Ocean City

This past weekend marked the return of the cruisers in Ocean City, which typically serves as the unofficial kickoff for the summer season in Ocean City as businesses get their first big rush of crowds...
Published On: 5/22/16
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Crap Weather, Big Bluefish

By Scott Lenox Another day of rain and unseasonably cool temperatures in Ocean City made for another day of limited fishing.  It didn’t rain as much today as it did yesterday, but the wind ...
Published On: 5/21/16
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Before the Rain

By Scott Lenox Boy it rained today in Ocean City…..A LOT!!  The wind blew too….neither was quite as bad as the weatherman forecasted, but it still kept most people from exploring thei...
Published On: 5/20/16
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UPDATE: More Details Emerge In Fatal Accident; Chief Issues Safety Message With Busy Weekend On Tap

OCEAN CITY — More details emerged on Friday on the horrific collision involving a motorcycle and a pick-up truck on Thursday afternoon that claimed the life of a Montgomery County man. At 12:08 ...
Published On: 5/20/16
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Calm Seas and Good Fishing

By Scott Lenox We had another beautiful day in Ocean City today with sunny skies and light winds….but it’s going to change tomorrow.  The land forecast is for 25-35 mph winds with gus...
Published On: 5/20/16
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ShoreBilly’s Swill: Top Ten Things I Wish I Hadn’t Said

Note: This piece was originally published on February 14, 2012, but since it’s an oldie and a goodie (not to mention a personal favorite) we figured it was time to dig it up and visit once again...
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