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‘Every Child Needs’ calls for donations

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By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (June 20, 2019) Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services is calling for donations as part of its recently launched “Every Child Needs” campaign. The organization requests towels, hygiene products, as well as bedding essentials: pillows, blankets, sheets, and pillowcases. “We want to go forward as far as offering the basics, but… Read more »

Deeley Insurance wins 30th annual Berlin Bathtub Races


Event fell on Second Friday, Makers Market as crowds fill downtown sidewalks By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (June 20, 2019) Deeley Insurance Group representatives Trevor Freder- ick and Delaney Manning crossed the finish line as the victors of the 30th an- nual Berlin Bathtub Races last Friday. “That was awesome,” Manning said. Manning was the… Read more »

Wor. Tech’s SkillsUSA club nationals bound

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By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (June 20, 2019) Members of Worcester Technical High School’s SkillsUSA chapter are preparing for the national SkillsUSA Championships next week in Louisville, Kentucky. The SkillsUSA Championships will take place from June 24-28. The team took home awards from a state competition and earned a national level Chapter of Excellence in April…. Read more »

Air Show this weekend


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 »

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 »

Poudel featured for Second Friday

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By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (June 13, 2019) Berlin residents and visitors can support a local busi- ness and take a cultural journey at the same time during this Friday’s Second Friday Art Stroll. Bishal Poudel, owner of Himalaya Mantra, said the shop’s mission is to showcase items from Nepal that give back to the community… Read more »

Trio to march in Berlin Bathtub Races parade


By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (June 13, 2019) Three familiar faces will stroll down Main Street donning shower caps and bathrobes during the 30th annual Berlin Bathtub Races this Friday. Volunteers Bill Hoshal, Kenny Tomaselli and Mike Wiley are preparing for the upcoming event, but Wiley said it was originally just for fun. “So it… Read more »

Project SEARCH celebrates first graduates


By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 13, 2019) The Project SEARCH program was established at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin last summer so students with disabilities could receive job experience while completing high school courses, and now those students are graduating. Four students – Deshawn Collick, Bradley Dornes, Toni Dixon and Tyler Howard – graduated… Read more »

Stephen Decatur High School graduates 360


By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (June 7, 2019) Family, friends and loved ones showed roaring support for the 360 graduates of Stephen Decatur High School, Wednesday, May 29, at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center on 40th Street in Ocean City. This year’s graduating class was the largest the school has ever had. During the… Read more »

Arts Council to offer summer camp at Berlin Intermediate

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Children can participate in drawing, painting, theater activities from June 17-20 By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (June 6, 2019) Children will have the opportunity to express themselves creatively during the Worcester County Arts Council’s 26th Summer Arts Camp later this month. “[There]’s such a need for art programs and cultural things for children, and we… Read more »