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Berlin woman has rescued over 1,500 animals

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Jan. 3, 2019) Susanne Hoshino has rescued over 1,500 animals through her organization, Kindness Matters Rescue. She has spent the last eight years living by her motto, “working together we save them because every life matters.” Hoshino, a resident of Berlin since the 1980’s, has spent her life caring for animals… Read more »

The Year in Review: More highlights in Berlin, OPA and Snow Hill

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Dec. 27, 2018) Also grabbing headlines in 2018 were issues ranging from a contentious study released regarding the Berlin Fire Company, to a local church’s objections to a yoga/mindfulness program in an area school: BFC study controversial The Town of Berlin in April released the 90-page study on the Berlin Fire… Read more »

New Year’s Eve celebrations in Berlin

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By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Dec. 27, 2018) The busy Berlin events season – and calendar year – concludes with a New Year’s Eve celebration downtown on Wednesday, Dec. 31. Kicking things off from 5-6 p.m. is a special event for children and families that is timed to coincide with the New Year’s countdown in Berlin,… Read more »

Carozza topples Mathias in senate race

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor and Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (Nov. 8, 2018) A changing of the guard took place Tuesday as Republican Delegate Mary Beth Carozza became Senator Carozza, besting incumbent Democrat Jim Mathias in the highly contested race for Maryland State Senate in District 38. According to the Maryland State Board of Elections,… Read more »

Addressing the Epidemic: Heroin and Opioids

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor  (Nov. 1, 2018) The heroin and opioid epidemic has touched most communities in Worcester County – and in Maryland. By all accounts, the face of addiction is the face of your neighbor. They are sons and daughters, mothers and fathers, veterans and star athletes. They are without a single race… Read more »

BREAKING: Snow Hill Town Council responds to Dorman

(Oct. 15, 2018) Following a statement earlier today from former Snow Hill Mayor Charlie Dorman, who announced his resignation last week, members of the Town Council of Snow Hill today emailed an editorial letter in response. The complete statement, dated Oct. 15, 2018, follows: “We, the Town Council of Snow Hill, wish to make a… Read more »

Berlin: The First 150 Years

In celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Town of Berlin, the Bayside Gazette this week compiled a timeline of important people and businesses, and landmark events, that helped to shape the town.  1677 – Burley Plantation was established 1683 – Burleigh Inn tavern opened 1683 – Buckingham Presbyterian Church opened. It burned down in 1904… Read more »