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Berlin Falls plans moving forward

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (July 26, 2018) The Berlin Town Council on Monday welcomed a series of recommendations from the Berlin Falls Park Advisory Committee, the first to come from the group to the council. Included were endorsements to follow an interpretive plan for passive development of a portion of the park, to demolish all… Read more »

New development hearing Aug. 8

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (July 26, 2018) The first formal steps toward a so-called “Berlin Gateway” development could be taken by the Berlin Planning Commission meeting at its Wednesday, Aug. 8 meeting. at Town Hall. Planning Director Dave Engelhart on Monday said the 6 p.m. meeting would include a public hearing. “It’s for them to… Read more »

White Horse Park investigated for code violations

By Brian Gilliland, Associate Editor (June 26, 2018) Worcester County and the White Horse Park community are working toward a solution after complaints emerged about residents using the campground as their primary residence despite a caveat in the zoning code preventing such use. Campgrounds in Worcester County are for seasonal use only, and not meant to… Read more »

Coming soon to yacht club: trivia night, events, specials

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (July 26, 2018) Ralph DeAngelus of the Matt Ortt Companies used a portion of the Ocean Pines Clubs Committee last Thursday to discuss plans for promotions and events at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club. DeAngelus said a trivia night has been penciled in for Thursdays, starting this fall, in the upstairs… Read more »

Seats, sponsorships available for Mary Mac

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (July 26, 2018) Although tickets are sold out for the seventh annual Mary Mac Foundation Memorial Golf Tournament, Aug. 3 at the Ocean Pines Golf and Country Club, the foundation continues to seek hole sponsors. Hole sponsorships for the tournament are $100. Additionally, space is available at the Aug. 3 luncheon… Read more »

Pines GM on geese, software and crab pier

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (July 26, 2018) Ocean Pines Association General Manager John Bailey addressed goose control, buying new financial software and rebuilding the crab pier, in an interview Monday. He also talked about reports of unsafe conditions outside the swim and racquet club. On the removal of about 300 Canada geese last month, Bailey… Read more »

County’s primary election certified

By Brian Gilliland, Associate Editor (July 19, 2018) Nothing changed but the numbers as the Worcester County Board of Elections certified the results of the June 26 primary earlier this month, leaving all of the previously announced winners in place, as voters chose a new sheriff and top prosecutor, and narrowed the field for November’s Election… Read more »

Chamber Music by the Sea returns in August

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (July 19, 2018) The third annual Chamber Music by the Sea series returns next month with four concerts scheduled in Snow Hill and Berlin, as well as a day of educational activities planned for student musicians. Festival Artistic Director Elena Urioste, a Philadelphia native, attended the Curtis Institute of Music in… Read more »

Tenth annual Jesse’s Paddle, Sat.

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (July 19, 2018) The Pocomoke River in Snow Hill will be overrun with canoes, kayaks and paddleboards in support of suicide prevention during the 10th annual Jesse’s Paddle fundraiser, this Saturday. The event, which is organized by the Friends of the Jesse Klump Memorial Fund, will take place at the Pocomoke… Read more »

Tinus launches write-in campaign

By Brian Gilliland, Associate Editor (July 19, 2018) Ed Tinus, who just this year filed to run for State Senate in District 38, dropped out of that race and then launched a successful campaign for Worcester County Republican Central Committee and an unsuccessful one for District 38C Delegate has filed, once again, to run as a… Read more »