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Berlin library lot to be fenced in

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) The Worcester County Commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved a slight increase in the construction costs of the new Berlin library, now estimated to total just over $6.255 million. Along with steel roof eave brackets and additional plywood for the upper rail framing, the change order involved landscaping… Read more »

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Board sources say severance package drove up expenses

OPA Yacht Club lost $160K during month it was closed By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) How the Ocean Pines Yacht Club managed to lose more than $160,000 in January when the facility was closed is less of a mystery than it was. Included in the losses was $141,074 listed under “expenses/wages/benefits.” Board… Read more »

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Pocomoke to send seven singers

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) Seven students from Pocomoke Middle School were recently selected to participate in the Junior All-Shore Chorus, an auditioned group spanning the Eastern Shore, according to Principal Matthew Record. Record said chorus teachers submit nominations for an audition process. This year 23 schools sent about 230 students to… Read more »

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Local high school receives threats

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Feb. 22, 2018) Law enforcement was dispatched to Pocomoke High School on Tuesday to evaluate an undisclosed threat, according to Carrie Sterrs, coordinator of public relations and special programs for Worcester County Public Schools. “Pocomoke High School’s main office received a phone call indicating a threat [on Feb. 20]. In… Read more »

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Winter Delmarva Birding Weekend

By Kara Hallissey, Staff Writer (Feb. 1, 2018) More than 300 people spotted 108 bird species, in addition to harbor and gray seals, during Winter Delmarva Birding Weekend, held Jan. 26-28. “Pretty much every [trip] was sold out,” said Dave Wilson, organizer of the event with Jim Rapp. The 2018 winter event featured nearly a… Read more »

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