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Extra fish pieces? Time to make fish bites

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By Paul Suplee Few things can be more therapeutic to a chef than cleaning fish. Granted, a week in Costa Rica may indeed be a close second, but you get the idea. No, wait; a week in Costa Rica is a much better option, improved greatly by cleaning some fish that you just caught. Alright,… Read more »

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Board finds no wrongdoing by Dir. Trendic

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Jan. 10, 2018) A closed session of the Ocean Pines Board on Saturday included discussion of an employee complaint against a director, but the person in question, Slobodan Trendic, was found not to have violated any rules. Before the meeting, there was some speculation as to exactly what the complaint was,… Read more »

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Board votes 7-0 to proceed with Northstar

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Jan. 10, 2019) After several years of searching for a solution to outdated financial and operational software, the Ocean Pines Board on Saturday voted unanimously to allow General Manager John Bailey to begin negotiations to purchase Northstar Club Management Software. The 7-0 vote was based on a motion by Director Ted… Read more »

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Historic Main St. home approved for renovations

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Jan. 10, 2019) One of the older homes in downtown Berlin, on 101 South Main Street and said to be a “sister house” to the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum, will get a restored, two-story front porch after earning unanimous approval from the town’s Historic District Commission last Wednesday. The highly… Read more »

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Art opening Friday to get ‘Surreal’

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Jan. 10, 2019) The Berlin Arts and Entertainment Committee on Friday will present its fifth annual collaborative art show and fundraiser at the Globe from 6-9 p.m. Both the subject and the title of the show is “Surreal.” Committee Chairwoman Heather Layton said Brian Robertson, who co-organized the event, comes up… Read more »

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Berlin Restaurant Week runs through Sunday

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Jan. 10, 2019) Fifteen local restaurants are taking part in the 2019 Berlin Restaurant Week, which began on Monday and will continue through Sunday. The event began in 2016 to encourage patrons to try new eateries and to dine during the offseason, as restaurants offer special menus and discounts in an… Read more »

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Business

Berlin business vacancies likely to fill in by summer

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Jan. 3, 2019) A few business vacancies were in downtown Berlin last year, but Economic and Community Development Director Ivy Wells said she expects those all to be filled by next summer. For starters, Wells said a new clothing store would likely move into the 11 South Main Street space vacated… Read more »

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A Little Bit Sheepish opens in new location

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Dec. 20, 2018) After closing shop for about two months at her old location, owner Brenda Trice reopened A Little Bit Sheepish on Dec. 6 in its new location on 1 South Main Street in Berlin. She said the colorful yarn store, which moved across the street from its two-story shop… Read more »

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Gazette Editorial: Pines budget process confusing and messy

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The Ocean Pines budget process makes a traffic jam look coordinated and its blare of honking horns sound symphonic. The good intentions of everyone notwithstanding, this overly complicated procedure makes it difficult to understand who is accountable to whom. After the financial mess of a couple of years ago, along with the continuing desire to… Read more »

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