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New endoscopy center breaks ground in Pines

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (Aug. 16, 2018) A new endoscopy building broke ground last Wednesday at the Delmarva Health Pavilion in Ocean Pines. Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury will oversee the first of two new buildings estimated to be built for the pavilion during the next two years. “We’re so happy that folks… Read more »

Gazette Editorial: Congratulations to OPA election winners

Once more, with (moderate) gusto, as musical conductors are apt to say to their orchestras as their members prepare for another rendition of a previously played symphony. Obviously, the word “moderate” is out of place in this context, but as the new Ocean Pines Board of Directors prepares for this year’s performance, it is appropriate…. Read more »

Local Girl Scouts collecting for cancer care

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Aug. 16, 2018) The 11 members of local Junior Girl Scout Troop 736 are collecting materials to create 100 care kits for area residents going through cancer treatments. The girls, ages 10 and 11, decided to undertake the project as part of their quest for a Bronze Award, the highest honor… Read more »

Pines lawyer moves to dismiss Hill lawsuit

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Aug. 16, 2018) An attorney representing Ocean Pines last Wednesday filed a motion to dismiss the Brett Hill lawsuit against the Ocean Pines Board of Directors. Hill, alleging his application to run for the board was rejected in violation of Ocean Pines bylaws, filed a lawsuit in Worcester County Circuit Court… Read more »

Town Council kudos for All-Stars

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Aug. 16, 2018) Members of the Berlin Mayor and Council on Monday congratulated the Berlin Little League All-Star team that last Sunday played in the regional championship game in Bristol, Connecticut. “We are obviously proud of their performance,” Mayor Gee Williams said. “They’ve been involved in the regionals pretty regularly since… Read more »

Paul picks a pick of picked green tomatoes

By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 Summer is at an end. As I write this very short sentence, one part of me saddens at the thought of turning back into the vampire-like pale force-to-be-reckoned-with that I become eight months per year. But, another part of me revels in the thought of September and October at… Read more »

Berlin LL All-Star team has a ball in Bristol

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Aug. 16, 2018) It took a perfect game to keep the Berlin All-Stars from a return trip to the Little League World Series, and that’s exactly what the Mid Island Little Leaguers from Staten Island, New York got from their starter during the Mid-Atlantic championship game on Sunday in Bristol, Connecticut…. Read more »

Members pass motions during OPA annual mtg

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Aug. 16, 2018) Ocean Pines homeowners present during the annual meeting Saturday overwhelmingly endorsed relocating a bulkhead staging ground, but only narrowly favored introducing a noise ordinance for dog barking and opposed increasing assessments to allow underprivileged children to use amenities. Homeowners introduced all three motions, said to be nonbinding, during… Read more »

Sam Wilkenson volunteer award given to Monteverde

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Aug. 16, 2018) Ocean Pines resident Joe Monteverde on Saturday was presented the annual Sam Wilkinson Volunteer Award, recognizing outstanding volunteer service to the community through the Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks Department. Monteverde was born in central New Jersey and moved to Ocean Pines in 2012, according to Recreation and… Read more »

Tables OK’d for Berlin sidewalks

By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (Aug. 16, 2018) Berlin restaurants DiFebo’s and The Globe on Monday were granted approval for outdoor café tables by the Berlin Town Council. Globe owner Jennifer Dawicki asked for four high-top tables to be placed outside her restaurant on the Broad Street sidewalk. Previously, there were none and Dawicki also pointed… Read more »