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State record blue marlin display unveiling rescheduled for Feb. 18

OCEAN CITY – The Maryland state record blue marlin of 1,062 pounds, reeled in during the 2009 White Marlin Open by Bob Farris of Charlotte, N.C., will be unveiled as a permanent display at Ocean City’s Roland E. Powell Convention Center, 40th Street and Coastal Highway. On Friday, Feb. 18, Farris will be joined by… Read more »

Snow event parking

The town of Berlin issued the following message via Facebook:   SNOW EVENT PARKING – The Berlin Public Works Department wants to ask all Berlin citizens, in the event of significant snow accumulation, to make every effort to avoid parking on the street as this hinders and, in same cases, prevents the snow removal crews… Read more »

Slots pull in big crowds

BERLIN – Ocean City resident Beckie Jolliff was on line for the Casino at Ocean Downs’ grand opening at 9 a.m., a full four hours before the scheduled opening. She’d bonded with Salisbury resident Jo Siminski, who rolled in at 9:30 but despite the cold the locals were happy to wait. It was an opening… Read more »

A little something for everyone at Stuarts’ Antiques

BERLIN – A little more than two decades ago Toni Stuart was in town visiting a friend who suggested lunch at King’s Pub. He’d recently left the U.S. Forest Service, where she was still employed, to sell real estate down here but the trip and the visit were purely social.  So impressed was Stuart by… Read more »

Anti-smoking drug Chantix may lead to depression

BERLIN – If you know anything at all about the smoking cessation drug Chantix it’s that taking it can cause vivid dreams and that one of the side effects is severe depression. When I elected to use this method to help me quit smoking I was counting on the former and discounting the possibility of… Read more »

Todd to join Wicomico County State’s Attorney office

BERLIN – Lifelong resident and former Worcester County State’s Attorney Joel Todd announced this week he’d accepted an offer from the Wicomico County State’s Attorney Matthew Maciarello to join the county’s prosecutorial team.  “I’m looking forward to it,” Todd said of his new position. “I always said it was the best job I ever had.”… Read more »

Salt cod croquettes with tomato sauce

Forgetting that I had asked my amazing wife for books (I am somewhat of a broken record when it comes to wish lists), I once again received volumes of letter with an assortment of texts of culinary lore for Christmas. Also in the stack was a wonderful non-culinary novel, a Pulitzer Prize winner of 1981,… Read more »

Pocomoke dominates Stephen Decatur

BERLIN – Even with the return of senior Leigh Anne Flounlacker, back from a concussion, Stephen Decatur could not handle the offensive firepower of Pocomoke on Tuesday afternoon. The Warriors more than doubled the score in the second half to rout the Seahawks 59-27.  “I was really nervous at first when I got back out… Read more »

Casino to open today

BERLIN – Gov. Martin O’Malley and several state and local dignitaries will participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11:30 a.m. today to help inaugurate the $45 million gaming facility on Route 589 in Berlin.  The casino features more than 700 video lottery terminals (slot machines), nearly 34,000 square feet of gaming space and new food… Read more »

Jeannette Patricia Huesman

OCEAN CITY – Jeannette Patricia Huesman, age 91, died Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010 at Berlin Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Born in Baltimore she was the daughter of the late Edward Malstron and Bessie Webster Malstron. She was preceded in death by her husband Frederick David Huesman. Mrs. Huesman was a member of the Optimist Club… Read more »