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Gazette Editorial

Veto’s message sets tone for Town Hall Berlin Town Council members this week not only delivered the most complete defeat of Mayor Zack Tyndall’s short political career so far, but they also set the tone for how municipal affairs are going to be handled from now on. By voting unanimously to override Tyndall’s budget veto,… Read more »

Gazette Editorial

Schools, graduates  showed adaptability To the graduating high school seniors of Worcester County, their teachers, support staff, advisors and the administrators who put it all together, well done. The graduation of these classes of 2021, from north to south, and both public and private schools, might have been accompanied by a great exhale countywide, as… Read more »

Letter to the Editor

Fire prevention requested Editor, An open letter to the Ocean Pines Fire Department The house fires are too close to home and the two recent ones on Sandy Hook and Ocean Parkway are total devastation. How does it happen? We should look toward total prevention of house fires through education. If the fire department would… Read more »

Letter to the editor

OP supports fire victims Editor, Last week a tragic fire hit one of our Worcester County families in Ocean Pines. Within moments of posting needs for the family, the community came once again in full force to help “thy neighbor.” Clothing, food, tablets, toys, furniture, prayers…the outpouring of love this community gives in times of… Read more »

Letter to the Editor

Stephen Decatur graduates aided Editor, For the past few weeks, Stephen Decatur High School has been extremely fortunate to host live events and celebrate the accomplishments of the graduating class of 2021. Members of the class of 2021 did not have the easiest of senior years. In the prime of their high school experience, the… Read more »

Gazette Editorial

Separate budgets not route to compromise The Town of Berlin’s tale of two budgets and the conflict between the two should never have happened, and wouldn’t have if the mayor and council had been working on the same spreadsheet from the beginning. But no, Mayor Zack Tyndall dropped his version on the council as a… Read more »

Letter to the Editor

Bathtub Races spectator concerns [July 9] Editor, The Berlin Bathtub Races are scheduled for Sunday, June 11, and many other events will be happening in downtown Berlin now that the pandemic restrictions are lifting. Restrictions or not, we believe spectators at these events need to practice a little common courtesy. Many people stand along the… Read more »