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No longer taking our freedom for granted

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Our current stay-at-home circumstances, along with the other government restrictions on public movement, are as close to martial law as most of us ever hope to see. All that is missing from the current scene is the military patrolling the streets to ensure compliance with the various executive orders that have been issued to stem… Read more »

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Mayor gives weekly update

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(April 2, 2020) Berlin Mayor Gee Williams issued his weekly statement on Monday with updates concerning COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the town. To the Citizens of Berlin: The Town of Berlin continues to actively monitor the evolving situation regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus). All town services continue to be provided. Town employees are working on a modified work… Read more »

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Providing meals for Wor. students

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 2, 2020) Members of the community have been coming together to help provide meals for students after Gov. Larry Hogan closed Maryland public schools for two weeks – from March 16-27 – to help stop the spread of coronavirus, and the support has been overwhelming. School closures have since… Read more »

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Maryland schools closed four more weeks

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer State plan being developed for continuation of learning opportunities for students (April 2, 2020) Maryland public schools, including those in Worcester County, will remained closed for another four weeks, State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon announced last Wednesday. During a COVID-19 update meeting held by Gov. Larry Hogan, Salmon… Read more »

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Providing meals for Wor. students

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 2, 2020) Members of the community have been coming together to help provide meals for students after Gov. Larry Hogan closed Maryland public schools for two weeks – from March 16-27 – to help stop the spread of coronavirus, and the support has been overwhelming. School closures have since… Read more »

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Maryland schools closed four more weeks

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer State plan being developed for continuation of learning opportunities for students (April 2, 2020) Maryland public schools, including those in Worcester County, will remained closed for another four weeks, State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon announced last Wednesday. During a COVID-19 update meeting held by Gov. Larry Hogan, Salmon… Read more »

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Dusty Lamb opens in new location

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (March 5, 2020) The Dusty Lamb owner, Berlin native and artist Patty Backer, who has displayed her work throughout the Berlin area for many years, has reopened for business on 3 South Main Street as of Saturday, Feb. 29. Originally opening in March of 2019 on Williams Street, Backer moved… Read more »

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Local dairy farm offering home deliveries

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Feb. 20, 2020) The old days of having milk delivered to your front door is no longer a piece of history, as Chesapeake Bay Farms has decided to bring back the tradition and then some by creating its own local grocery delivery system. Owners Daniel and Laura Holland are third… Read more »

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No longer taking our freedom for granted

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Our current stay-at-home circumstances, along with the other government restrictions on public movement, are as close to martial law as most of us ever hope to see. All that is missing from the current scene is the military patrolling the streets to ensure compliance with the various executive orders that have been issued to stem… Read more »

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We’ll get through this

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Some of us are working from home, some of us are working at our offices and job sites, and some of us aren’t working at all. Such is the new abnormal in a world turned outside-in by the spread of the novel corona virus. As of early Wednesday morning, no cases of COVID-19, as the… Read more »

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