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Lewis Road sewer project funding finalized in 4-3 vote

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By Jack Chavez (June 17, 2021) The Lewis Road sewer expansion project, an initiative some 20 years in the making, was finally confirmed after the Worcester County Commissioners narrowly passed a funding proposal from the Department of Environmental Programs on Tuesday. The $2.05 million project, which will connect long underserved residents along the road that… Read more »

Town of Berlin Briefs


By Greg Ellison (June 17, 2021) The Berlin mayor and Town Council highlighted the upcoming national Pollinator Week and approved emergency generator repairs at its meeting Monday. National Pollinator Week To officially unveil the 2021 National Pollinator Week, slated from June 21-27, Berlin Mayor Zack Tyndall read a proclamation designating the municipality’s observance of the… Read more »

Pines Board election ballot process details

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By Greg Ellison (June 17, 2021) To assure their ballots arrive on time for the upcoming Ocean Pines Board election, members of the Ocean Pines Association are being advised that the United States Postal Service continues to experience delivery delays. Ballots for the 2021 election are scheduled to go out the week of July 12… Read more »

Ocean Pines Racquet Sports vets promotions

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By Greg Ellison (June 17, 2021) When the Ocean Pines Racquet Sports Committee met last Wednesday, most of the volleying concerned marketing efforts. Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks Director Debbie Donahue gave the committee an update regarding banners being produced to promote the Manklin Meadows Racquet Sports Complex. Banner design questions yet to be decided… Read more »

Boggs leaves legacy of community service

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(June 17, 2021) Judith O’Hara Boggs of Ocean Pines, Maryland, passed away peacefully in her home on June 12, 2021. Judith, or Judy as she was known, was born on Jan. 26, 1940, to James T. and Neva (Gerber) O’Hara. She was married for 60 years to her husband, William “Bill” Boggs, who preceded her… Read more »

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 »

Teach kid to fish casts off Saturday at pond in Pines

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By Greg Ellison (June 17, 2021) As something of a prelude to Father’s Day, the annual Ocean Pines Anglers Club “Teach a Kid to Fish Day” takes place Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at the South Gate Pond near the Worcester County Veterans’ Memorial. Ocean Pines Anglers Club member Jack Barnes said the educational offering goes… Read more »

OP town hall on rental regs stays low key


Proponents say enforcing rules job of association By Greg Ellison (June 17, 2021) Going into its vote on short-term rental regulations Wednesday, the Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors gave the public the opportunity to join the discussion at a town hall meeting Saturday. Director Frank Daly, who has led the multi-year effort to establish… Read more »

Watermelon-feta salad summer classic

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By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 I lay back in an Adirondack chair on the Lido Deck of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry, an ice-cold cocktail in hand. I believe it’s the Lido Deck, as that’s what the sign at the bar says. A “Love Boat” aficionado from my youth, it brings me solace knowing that… Read more »