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Published On: 9/12/14
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Farming Q&A with Chesterfield Heirlooms

“It began as a hobby,” laughed Stefanie Barfield, owner of the unique farm and CSA, Chesterfield Heirlooms. “We just started growing them (vegetables) behind my house and they grew and grew and ...
Published On: 9/11/14
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We Remember Those We Have Lost

Jesse James Taylor, Jr. Jesse James Taylor, Jr. BERLIN — Jesse James Taylor, Jr., age 75, died Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. Born in Salisbury, he wa...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Seahawks Fall To North Caroline, 2-1, In Double OT

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity soccer team took a tough loss in its season opener last week, falling to North Caroline, 2-1, on the road in double overtime. The Seahawks opened on the roa...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Stephen Decatur High Holds Freshmen Orientation

Stephen Decatur High School National Honor Society students Kaylen Johnson, middle, and Claire Edmunds, right, help incoming freshman Cade Solito navigate the hallways during the annual Freshman Seaha...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Proposed Ocean City Hotel Drops Car Lift Concept After Council Opposes

OCEAN CITY – The request to install car lifts at a proposed hotel ended up not meeting city’s code this week and was pulled from the Board of Zoning Appeals agenda, although the town has the proli...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Worcester County Commissioners Present Proclamation Recognizing September As National Suicide Prevention Month

The Worcester County Commissioners last week presented a proclamation recognizing September as National Suicide Prevention Month and urging citizens to learn the warning signs and risk factors for sui...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Brous Earns First “Tough Guy” Award

BERLIN- The first Atlantic Physical Therapy “Tough Guy of the Week” award for the Stephen Decatur varsity football team’s 2014 season went to Dryden Brous, who played an exception game in a 28-2...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Fifth Grade Student Helps First And Second Grade Students On The First Day Of School

Kate Conaway, a fifth grade student at Worcester Prep, helps first and second grade students on the first day of school, from left, Stephen Carullo, Lena Parker, Olivia Conaway, Carter Lehman and Oliv...
Published On: 9/11/14
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What’s Your Sign?

ARIES (March 21 to April 19): It might not be wise to pursue goals involving others, unless you can stop impulsively rejecting new ideas. Either open your mind or wait until next week, when this ̶...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Decatur Girls Start Season With 2-0 Mark

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity soccer team got its 2014 campaign off to a fast start with a pair of victories over Bayside North foes to start the year with a 2-0 record. In the season o...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Berlin Trail Network Effort Gets Boost With $30K State Grant

BERLIN — The State of Maryland announced $2.3 million in Bikeway Program grants this week, including a $30,000 slice to go toward Berlin’s planned Walkable, Bikeable trail network. The grant w...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Worcester County Volunteer Spirit Awards Presented

Worcester County Volunteer Spirit Awards were recently presented to 12 outstanding men and women. Two from Ocean Pines-based Star Charities were among those honored. Pictured, from left, are Star Char...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Voices From The Readers

Lohmeyer Memories Editor: The reprint of the 2005 interview by Shawn Soper with The Dispatch founder Dick Lohmeyer in the Aug. 29 issue was pure joy to read. Dick was one of a kind. I worked for him a...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Salisbury Council Agrees On Five-District Format

SALISBURY – After three years of mapping, the Salisbury City Council approved moving to five municipal election districts starting next year. The council held a public hearing this week in consideri...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Worcester Requests State Investigate Liquor Wholesaler For Alleged Unfair Trade Practices

SNOW HILL — In the latest chapter of the county’s ongoing and longtime liquor distribution history, Worcester County has requested a state investigation into alleged unfair trade practices by ...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Probation, Fine For Route 50 Bridge Rollover

OCEAN CITY — A Princess Anne woman who rolled her vehicle at the base of the Route 50 bridge in Ocean City on July 20, closing the westbound lanes of the span for over an hour and snarling traff...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Berlin’s Church Mouse Thrift Shop Makes Big Impact on Local Community

Tucked away in a tiny shop along Main Street in Historic Downtown Berlin you’ll find the Church Mouse Thrift Shop. However, it’s more than just your standard thrift shop. With over 50 years of...
Published On: 9/11/14
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Day Trippin’ – Oxford and the Combsberry Inn

Located roughly halfway between Ocean City and Baltimore lies one of Maryland’s most charming towns… Oxford. Even the name sounds adorable, and with charming, tree-lined streets, cobblestone sidew...
Published On: 9/10/14
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Utility Plans Major Pole Project On Route 50; $43M Effort To Start Next Month

BERLIN — In a project similar to what occurred last fall in Ocean City, a large scale transition from wooden utility poles to metal will begin in Worcester County next month. The upgrade will ta...
Published On: 9/10/14
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Poplar Hill Mansion Holds Annual End of Summer Tea Sept. 11

Whenever someone drinks hot tea, they are unknowingly sampling a commodity that has a story spanning centuries. From ancient China, to Colonial Europe to today, this drink has been well loved and bart...
Published On: 9/10/14
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Weekend Happenings: September 12-14

It’s technically still summer, but we are definitely starting to feel the change in the temperature and we admittedly love and embrace it. This weekend is full of fun, sunshine and yep, you guessed ...
Published On: 9/9/14
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County Seeks State Probe Of Liquor Wholesaler; Comptroller Asked To Investigate Unfair Trade Practices

SNOW HILL — In the latest chapter of the county’s ongoing and longtime liquor distribution history, Worcester County has requested a state investigation into alleged unfair trade practices by ...
Published On: 9/9/14
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Local Community to Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Inaugural Brews for Boobs Events

If there is one thing our community does exceptionally well it’s coming together for great, honorable causes. Whether we are banding together to help raise money for community members battling cance...
Published On: 9/9/14
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ShoreBilly’s Swill: Celebrating Three Years of Syd!

Locally, we are undergoing the annual switch from the peak season to the off-season; however, this year has been a little bit more complicated and awkward for me than most. You’d think that since th...
Published On: 9/8/14
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Fall Fun on the Eastern Shore: ShoreBread Favorites

Here on the Eastern Shore, fall is a time to completely and totally indulge in outdoor activities. Yes you heard that right; we’re talking bonfires, beach picnics, fishing on the Rt. 50 Bridge and c...
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