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Referendum results temporary situation Regardless of the spending limit referendum vote totals Friday, the one thing Ocean Pines residents and officials should acknowledge is that the results aren’t permanent. If anything, victory is temporary for whichever side won the argument over the board of directors’ authority to spend more than $1 million on a capital… Read more »

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Criticizes Crisafulli gun sanctuary The following letter was sent to Worcester County Sheriff Matthew Crisafulli and forwarded to Bayside Gazette/Ocean City Today Dear Sir, I believe I voted for you when you ran in the last election. It won’t happen again if you persist in trying to declare Worcester County a sanctuary county. You have… Read more »

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Berlin welcomes back Relay for Life

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By Greg Ellison (May 13, 2021) After staging a successful event in Berlin for the first time last fall, the annual Relay for Life of North Worcester County is poised for a return visit on Oct. 2. Prior to 2020, the fundraiser for the American Cancer Society involved an overnight camping trip at Frontier Town… 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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Referendum results temporary situation Regardless of the spending limit referendum vote totals Friday, the one thing Ocean Pines residents and officials should acknowledge is that the results aren’t permanent. If anything, victory is temporary for whichever side won the argument over the board of directors’ authority to spend more than $1 million on a capital… Read more »

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