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Gertrude R. Howard

BERLIN – Gertrude Rose Howard, age 86, died Friday Dec. 10, 2010. Born in Washington D.C., she was the daughter of the late Antonino and Gertrude Pedone. She is survived by her daughters, Nancy Howard, and Diane Howard and her husband Ted. No service is planned at this time. Arrangements are in the care of… Read more »

Seahawks lose home opener

BERLIN – Stephen Decatur started slow against Parkside on Tuesday evening and never really recovered losing to the Rams 52-25. The Seahawks spotted Parkside an 11-0 lead before Jamie Parker scored Decatur’s first two points with less than two minutes in the first quarter.  Trailing 15-5 to start the second quarter, Decatur used a zone… Read more »

Pork belly with corn spoonbread and teriyaki sauce glaze

I had an offal weekend; an awfully offal weekend. Finding myself in Frederick at Mick’s New American Bistro where my nephew is doing his internship for culinary school, the chef gave me course after course of his favorite foods; snout to tail. It started with lamb’s heart tartare, served with a pullet egg yolk and… Read more »

Julie Ann Eade

OCEAN CITY – Julie Ann Eade, age 59, died suddenly on Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010. Born in New York, she was the daughter of the late Kenneth Gilbert and Loreda Kniskern Gilbert. She was preceded in death by her husband LaVerne "Sonny" A. Eade Jr. Mrs. Eade had worked for many years at OC Hair… Read more »

Sally Shipley

BERLIN – Sally Palmer Shipley, 41, died Dec. 9, 2010 at her home. She was born in Salisbury to Rollie and Roberta Willis Palmer. Sally worked for Atlantic Dental as a patient coordinator and helped out at Angelo’s Restaurant.  She also sat with patients at Atlantic General Hospital. Sally was a member of Hope with… Read more »

Berlin to Drop Ball on New Year's Eve

BERLIN – One of the last things that will happen in town this year is the inauguration of an event unlike any of the others to be experiences on the Eastern Shore for New Year’s Eve. What’s ironic about the plan is that it grew out of the notion that Berlin might be well served… Read more »

Local Leaders Learn Lessons from Local Management Board

BERLIN – The Local Management Board held an educational event at Worcester County Youth and Family Services Monday afternoon aimed at educating their local and state representatives about the LMB’s mission, programs and progress.  The plan was to hold a lunch event after the election as a way to reach out to the various people… Read more »

Town Opts Out of Fire Sprinkler Regs

BERLIN – Over the objections of the fire prevention industry, the Town Council enacted legislation exempting the town from regulations that would require new construction of single family homes to include fire sprinklers.  They elected not to exempt duplexes from the International Residential Building Code regulations that become law on Jan. 1. John Kotowski, representing… Read more »

New license requirements for Maryland anglers go into effect Jan. 1

ANNAPOLIS – Effective Jan. 1 anglers who fish in Maryland will see significant changes to sportfishing license requirements. Enacted by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR), many of these changes are being implemented to allow the State to comply with Federal law calling for a national database of saltwater anglers. “Marylanders are blessed with… Read more »