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Plein Air events hits Worcester on Sept. 20

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By Greg Ellison (Sept. 16, 2021) Worcester County will be invaded by a wealth of creative types for the plein air event, “Paint Worcester County,” which runs from Sept. 20-24. The Worcester County Arts Council is sponsoring the artistic competition, which is a reimagined version of its “Paint Berlin,” shindigs. Worcester County Arts Council Board… Read more »

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Berlin Council OKs events, new committee

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By Greg Ellison Beautification Committee during its meeting on Monday. Local nonprofits Hope4Recovery and Worcester Goes Purple received the go-ahead to hold a 5K run on Dec. 4 from 9 a.m. to noon. Patricia Ottey with Hope4Recovery said the agencies are putting together a “family fun” 5K run that begins and ends in front of… Read more »

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Berlin FY21 budget closes with revenues over estimate

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By Greg Ellison (Sept. 16, 2021) Berlin Finance Director Natalie Saleh provided a FY21 overview of the town’s finances that showed revenues coming in better than expected and expenses beating budget estimates. Saleh reviewed financial details for the year ending on June 30 during the council meeting on Monday. General fund revenues for FY21, which… Read more »

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White Horse Park welcomes Liberty Eagle

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By Greg Ellison (Sept. 16, 2021) White Horse Park resident Patricia Kelly got the community to take notice last weekend after commissioning chainsaw artist Jason Swain to transform a tree stump in front of 289 Woodhaven Ct. into a patriotic “Liberty Eagle,” displaying an American Flag. “It’s in honor of front-line responders,” she said. Kelly… 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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Berlin must make up for canceled meeting

Berlin Mayor Zack Tyndall’s late cancellation of a meeting last Friday with state officials interested in helping the town with its Heron Park financial problems requires a better explanation than he provided. Citing a scheduling conflict, as he did, fails to answer a question residents and state and other local officials are asking: why couldn’t… Read more »

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