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Fender bender doesn’t slow down top car

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Oct. 11, 2018) New Jersey resident Jim Vertolli didn’t let a minor car accident get in the way of winning the top prize during the Berlin Cruisers event last Saturday. Vertolli and his wife, Donna, brought their 1958 Pontiac Star Chief to Berlin for the first time, but ran into some… Read more »

Trio of artists to hold 2nd Friday exhibition

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Oct. 11, 2018) Highlighting the monthly 2nd Friday art stroll this week is a new Berlin-themed exhibition featuring three diverse artists: painter Jim Adcock, photographer Don Lehman and graphic designer Pete Mueller. A reception for “Berlinx3” is scheduled from 6-8 p.m. at the Globe on 12 Broad Street. Adcock organized the… Read more »

Berlin Oktoberfest, birthday bash

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Oct. 11, 2018) Berlin’s annual Oktoberfest, Saturday from noon to 5 p.m., will feature four stages of live music, authentic German food and locally produced beer, along with the celebration of a major historical milestone. “I always get excited about Oktoberfest each year,” said Economic and Community Development Director Ivy Wells,… Read more »

Berlin Ambassadors honored

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Oct. 11, 2018) The Town of Berlin last Thursday honored its volunteer ambassadors during a celebration at Fins Alehouse and Raw Bar. The annual program has been recognized by the Maryland Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism. Sharon Timmons, who helps organize the volunteers, said the ambassadors are an essential part… Read more »

Museum honors history of Berlin women

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Oct. 11, 2018) Women are the driving force of Berlin’s downtown sector, considering that they either own or operate 80 percent of the businesses there. With that in mind, the staff at the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum decided to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Town of Berlin’s incorporation with… Read more »

Clay Guild exhibit on display at Worcester Co. Arts Council

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Oct. 11, 2018) The Worcester County Arts Council this month is featuring clay, ceramics, and stoneware artwork created by more than a dozen members of the Clay Guild of the Eastern Shore. Work will remain on display all month and a public reception is scheduled on Friday from 5-8 p.m. The… Read more »

Fall Cruisers will motor into downtown Berlin, Saturday

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Oct. 4, 2018) Rare, vintage and other types of classic cars and trucks will line the streets of downtown Berlin on Saturday, during the annual Fall Cruisers event hosted by the Berlin Chamber of Commerce. Chamber Executive Director Larnet St. Amant expects several hundred participants during what is the final major… Read more »

Berlin ‘Touch a Truck Day,’ Saturday at Decatur Park

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Oct. 4, 2018) Children ages 8 to 80 should find something to play with, on, or simply to marvel at during the return of the annual Berlin Touch a Truck Day at Stephen Decatur Park on Saturday. Each year, organizers bring large utility vehicles and provide demonstrations. “Touch a Truck is… Read more »

Girl Scout drive scheduled for Oct. 14 in Ocean Pines

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Oct. 4, 2018) Ocean Pines resident Anna Foultz, reportedly the oldest active Girl Scout in the United States, is inviting new and potential scouts to attend an educational event, Sunday, Oct. 14 at 2 p.m. at the Ocean Pines Fire Station. Ocean Pines Police Chief David Massey and a representative from… Read more »

Snow Hill students take part in ninth annual Paint Berlin

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Sept. 27, 2018) Fifteen students from Snow Hill High School visited Berlin last Friday to take part in the Worcester County Arts Council’s ninth annual Paint Berlin event. Students took part in a “quick-draw” competition Friday morning, when artists spread from the arts council building on Jefferson Street to the library… Read more »