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Issue of elder abuse recognized in Wor.

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Social Services dept. receives proclamation from commissioners By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (June 13, 2019) The work being done to protect Worcester County’s vulnerable adults was recognized by the Worcester County Commissioners meeting last Tuesday. “It’s important to educate the community on elder abuse because it is so under reported,” Roberta Baldwin, director of Worcester County’s… Read more »

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Berlin council OKs $15.2M budget

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Taxes, fees up, as spending drops about 16 percent to produce balanced package By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (June 13, 2019) The Berlin mayor and council adopted a $15.2 million budget for fiscal year 2020 at their meeting Monday night. The budget represents a 16.26 percent decrease from the fiscal year 2019’s $18.2 million budget,… Read more »

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Air Show this weekend

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 13, 2019) The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will headline the 12th annual Ocean City Air Show, which showcases a number of military aircrafts performing acrobatic displays over the beach downtown, Saturday and Sunday. Although the show does not officially begin until Saturday, events kick off Friday with a Jack… Read more »

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Edward Solum running for OP board

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 13, 2019) Edward Solum, 73, believes the Ocean Pines Board of Directors needs to be more throughout and transparent with projects and other aspects which could affect the community, prompting him to run. Initially a seasonal resident, Solum, now retired after 45 years as a lawyer, wants to make… Read more »

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Air Show this weekend

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 13, 2019) The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will headline the 12th annual Ocean City Air Show, which showcases a number of military aircrafts performing acrobatic displays over the beach downtown, Saturday and Sunday. Although the show does not officially begin until Saturday, events kick off Friday with a Jack… Read more »

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Berlin’s A&E Committee to present free outdoor movies

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By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (June 13, 2019) Moviegoers should grab a blanket and get ready to watch several films under the stars this summer in Berlin. “We, actually this year, we’re try- ing something a little bit new,” Robin Tomaselli, vice president of Berlin’s Arts and Entertainment Committee, said. Tomaselli said the free movies, which will… Read more »

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Business

Madison Avenue Boutique, Dusty Lamb open

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 28, 2019) Two new shops, Madison Avenue Boutique on 11 South Main Street and The Dusty Lamb on 12 William Street, opened with great fanfare in downtown Berlin Saturday. Family, friends and local business people gathered to welcome the boutique clothing store, which held a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by… Read more »

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DeNovo’s to open second location in downtown Berlin

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (March 14, 2019) Popular Ocean Pines pizzeria DeNovo’s Trattoria is opening a second location in Berlin, called “Pop’s Kitchen.” Owners Bob and Kelli Beck last Wednesday received approval from the Berlin Historic District Commission for new signs for the restaurant on 15 Gay Street. According to Bob Beck, “the focus would… Read more »

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Editorial

Audit report should be read by Pines voters

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The Gross Mendelsohn accounting firm’s report of its forensic audit of Ocean Pines’ food and beverage operation and the public works department should be required reading for all property owners who plan to vote in this summer’s election. In addition to the report’s compilation of numbers and its explanations of how the Beach Club and… Read more »

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Audit available to OP residents for review

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With each passing month during the course of the forensic audit of the Ocean Pines Association’s ledgers, speculating about what the investigation might reveal became almost a parlor game amongst a fair number of property owners. Those would be the ones who, for various reasons, keep a close eye on the association’s management and board… Read more »

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