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Berlin Restaurant Week runs through Sunday

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By Greg Ellison Jan. 13, 2022) Berlin’s sixth annual Restaurant Week continues through Sunday, with numerous local dining establishments offering special fare with special pricing. Economic & Community Development Director Ivy Wells said public response has been overwhelming since the promotion began on Monday. “The community has been excited,” she said. Participating establishments include Pop’s… Read more »

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Farr wins lawsuit for Pines board election


By Greg Ellison (Jan. 13, 2022) Rick Farr, the previously disqualified candidate for the Ocean Pines Board of Directors, was vindicated last week in a Worcester County Circuit Court finding that current board leadership acted improperly to block his campaign. Visiting Judge Sidney Campen of Talbot County issued his opinion Wednesday, and ordered the association… Read more »

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Pines opens FY22/23 budget presentations

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By Greg Ellison (Jan. 13, 2022) Ocean Pines officials took a deep dive on the proposed budget for next year during multi-day departmental presentations begun last Tuesday. General Manager John Viola said the association anticipates both favorable tailwinds and challenging headwinds during the next fiscal year that starts on May 1. Among the financial hurdles… Read more »

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Main Street will close for market

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By Ally Lanasa, Staff Writer (March 25, 2021) A portion of Main Street will be closed for the fourth season of the Berlin Farmers Market every Sunday from May to September, town representatives announced this week after receiving approval from the Maryland State Highway Administration. “During the farmers market last year, there were safety concerns… Read more »

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Paid fire department will happen eventually

Ocean Pines, like many communities in this and other areas, might as well accept the idea and prepare for the eventuality of an all-paid fire and rescue service. Unless towns and communities revert to a way of thinking that has faded over the last 20 years, it’s going to happen at some point, as the… Read more »

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