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Pines History Panel delves into development’s founding

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By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) Half a dozen old-school Ocean Pines residents participated in a “History Panel,” discussion on Sunday as part of the larger Worcester County History Week that began that day. Panel speakers included Sue Adkins, Jack Barnes, Sharyn O’Hare, Gloria Richards, Ed Moran and Alta Weiss. Weiss and her husband, Fred,… Read more »

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OP Elections Committee prepares ballot mailing

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By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) While agreeing to hold off mailing ballots until after a court hearing scheduled this Wednesday for the contested 2021 board election, the Ocean Pines Election Committee convened last Friday to review materials for a re-run election. On Sept. 30, the board voted 4-3 to re-stage its election, which is… Read more »

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Pines Rec Parks talks inclusive playgrounds

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By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) Attracting new committee members and considering potential projects dominated discussions during the Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks Committee meeting on Monday. Committee member Kathi Gottesman gave an update on the current roster of participants, which is anticipated to shrink next year. Gottesman said members Trey Denk, Joe Pino and… Read more »

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Berlin Historic District group considers multiple requests

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By Greg Ellison (Oct. 14, 2021) The Berlin Historic District Commission approved several requests during its meeting last Wednesday. Economic and Community Development Director Ivy Wells presented plans for a decorative design to cover up the “No Parking,” warning painted on the asphalt by a mural in front of the Welcome Center at 14 S. Main… 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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Seek better means to honor Rev. Tindley

As easy as it might be to conclude that Berlin’s Historic District Commission dislikes the idea of having a Rev. Dr. Charles Albert Tindley mural in particular painted on a downtown building, that would be the wrong conclusion. Remember, this is the same body that warred with then-Mayor Gee Williams years ago over whether the… Read more »

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