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New traffic pattern still concerns council

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Dec. 13, 2018) Berlin Mayor and Council members are still not comfortable with traffic patterns coming out of the new Ocean’s East apartment complex onto Seahawk Road and near Stephen Decatur High School. Town officials complained of unsafe conditions during the last several months and asked Planning Director Dave Engelhart to… Read more »

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Thousands brave cold for annual Christmas parade

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Dec. 13, 2018) Below-freezing temperatures did little to deter the crowd of several thousand spectators who lined up to watch Berlin’s annual Christmas parade, last Thursday. Eighty-two groups participated in the parade, sponsored the Town of Berlin and Berlin Main Street, and paid for from donations by Berlin-area businesses. “It went… Read more »

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Wor. Youth Snack Shack seeking donations

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Dec. 13, 2018) With the final “Bus Stop Snack Shack” scheduled next week, the program’s organizers are focusing on continuing the monthly events next year while also tackling issues of hygiene. Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services in Berlin began the Bus Stop Snack Shacks in June as a way to… Read more »

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Pines signs point to Northstar; special meeting Friday

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Dec. 13, 2018) A decision on new financial software narrowed on Friday, as the Ocean Pines Board of Directors appeared to rule out outsourcing through Legum & Norman, a regional subsidiary of the Associa corporation that manages 8,000 communities in the U.S. Following that apparent decision at a board work session,… Read more »

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Wor. Youth Snack Shack seeking donations

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Dec. 13, 2018) With the final “Bus Stop Snack Shack” scheduled next week, the program’s organizers are focusing on continuing the monthly events next year while also tackling issues of hygiene. Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services in Berlin began the Bus Stop Snack Shacks in June as a way to… Read more »

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Berlin art stroll taking trip to ‘Other Side of the Tracks’

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Dec. 13, 2018) Rather than the traditional 2nd Friday art stroll this month in Berlin, two local artists on Friday will host an exhibition of “nontraditional art for nontraditional people.” Dubbed “Other Side of the Tracks,” illustrator Pedro Mule, aka Pete Mueller, and metalworker Jordan Pippin will be joined by eight… Read more »

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Poudel will feature photos and online store at Zenna

By Paige Mallory Passman, Staff Writer (Sept. 13, 2018) Ocean City resident Bishal Poudel, a photographer and business owner, is passionate about bringing items from his home country of Nepal and seeing the positive effects they have on the Eastern Shore. Poudel’s online shop, Himalaya Mantra, is committed to supporting socially and economically disadvantaged artisans. The… Read more »

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Boxcar40 brings scratch American to Pittsville

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Sept. 13, 2018) They fed dozens of local firefighters last Thursday, had a soft opening for family and friends on Friday, and, earlier this week, Boxcar40 officially opened to the public. Offering scratch American Cuisine, Boxcar40 promises a different kind of dining experience inside its renovated 1920s firehouse in Pittsville. “It… Read more »

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