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Operation Ocean Hope for autistic, non-autistic youth

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By Jack Chavez Staff Writer (April 8, 2021) Worcester Technical High School senior Brady Esham and Ocean Front Counseling will hold Operation Ocean Hope, an event for autistic and non-autistic children alike, at the Healing Arts Center in Berlin, beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 10. The event is for children ages 6-12 and… Read more »

Bay Club sale impediment removed by commissioners

Ocean Pines

(April 8, 2021) One more impediment to the sale of the Bay Club and an adjacent property outside of Berlin to the Department of Natural Resources was removed by the Worcester County Commissioners Tuesday, further clearing the way for the plan to turn the combined 673 acres into woodlands. Two minor hitches in the $4.2… Read more »

Rise in covid prompts town to close again

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Vaccinations now offered to those 16 years old and up By Mallory Panuska (April 8, 2021) With covid-19 positivity rates creeping back up in the county and state, Berlin town officials have stayed true to an early pandemic policy and closed buildings and meetings to the public until the numbers improve. Notice of the policy… Read more »

OPA finances stay relatively steady according to report

Ocean Pines

(April 8, 2021) Ocean Pines Association finances remained relatively steady through February, coming in not quite $17,000 less than break-even for the month, as revenues missed the budget a little more than the savings realized by the continuing dip in expenses. In their report to the Budget and Finance Committee last Wednesday, General Manager John… Read more »

Gazette Editorial

Academy can help inform our opinions If there’s one thing this country could use more of it would be civics lessons, which is why the Ocean Pines Academy and other programs like it are so important. Criticizing the administration of a community, county, state or the nation itself is something everyone has a constitutional right… Read more »

James R. Eisenhauer, Jr.

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James R. Eisenhauer, Jr.                                                            Ocean Pines On March 29, 2021, Jim aka Ike, Coach, Ghost Rider, Bluesman, found the wave of a lifetime and rode it… Read more »

Letter to the Editor

Response to fire company response Editor, After reading the response to the fact I called the fire house a storage unit, I stand corrected. According to the David VanGasbeck and Steven Grunewald it’s used to “house”  first-line firefighting equipment.  Please. I call it tomato you call it tamato. You can call it what you want…. Read more »

Shakshuka morning dish filled with flavor

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By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 I knew I should not have answered the phone, but something told me to. It was almost as though I could tell what I needed in my life, and my premonition was correct. My car’s extended warranty was in fact about to expire, and I certainly was in the… Read more »