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OPA candidates like playing waiting game

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With no candidates having filed to run for the Ocean Pines Board of Directors and just three weeks left until the May 10 filing deadline, and no board-appointed candidate search committee out scouring the neighborhoods for possible participants, this year’s Ocean Pines election is … not shaping up. This doesn’t mean there won’t be a… Read more »

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SABERS take home grant from env. summit

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Berlin youth group proposal gets $1,400 for Dr. William Henry Park improvements By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (April 18, 2019) Dr. William Henry Park on Flower Street in Berlin will get an environmental facelift through a $1,400 grant won last Friday by the Strengthening Adolescent Boys with Education and Resources (SABERS). The Worcester Youth and Family… Read more »

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Golf clubhouse sketch offers general ideas

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 18, 2019) The Ocean Pines Board of Directors has released rough drawings of the proposed clubhouse to replace the existing building at Ocean Pines Golf Club. The building is designed to provide space for golf operations and community use. The 7,400-square-foot structure would be half the size of the original… Read more »

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Deeley Insurance Group new broker for Ocean Pines

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 18, 2019) Ocean Pines will pay $461,247 a year for insurance policies and have higher coverage limits through its new insurance program from Deeley Insurance Group. The insurance company, which became the association’s broker on Feb. 14, has made several changes to the policies and limits. A presentation of… Read more »

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SABERS take home grant from env. summit

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Berlin youth group proposal gets $1,400 for Dr. William Henry Park improvements By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (April 18, 2019) Dr. William Henry Park on Flower Street in Berlin will get an environmental facelift through a $1,400 grant won last Friday by the Strengthening Adolescent Boys with Education and Resources (SABERS). The Worcester Youth and Family… Read more »

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Buckingham gets grant to study monarch butterflies

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By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (April 19, 2019) For Buckingham Elementary School, a $750 grant to study monarch butterflies will help students learn all about the majestic creaturesand celebrate their own heritages. “The goal was to apply for the grant so we could relate the migration story of the monarchs with the migration stories of our… Read more »

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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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OPA candidates like playing waiting game

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With no candidates having filed to run for the Ocean Pines Board of Directors and just three weeks left until the May 10 filing deadline, and no board-appointed candidate search committee out scouring the neighborhoods for possible participants, this year’s Ocean Pines election is … not shaping up. This doesn’t mean there won’t be a… Read more »

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