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SHA is Ready to Keep Eastern Shore Roads Safe During Winter

ANNAPOLIS – The memory of mountains of snow piled along highways still lingers in the minds of Marylanders and those who drove through the region last winter. While no one wants a repeat of those paralyzing storms, the Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) has tuned up equipment, stocked up on supplies and… Read more »

Fire Marshals Make Plea for Residential Sprinklers in Berlin

BERLIN – Fire Marshal Jeff McMahon along with a number of members from the public safety community appealed to the Town Council on Monday not to exempt the town from new construction standards that would require newly-constructed one- and two-family homes to have fire suppression sprinklers. McMahon showed a video promoting fire sprinkler use and… Read more »

Students Speak Poetry Out Loud

BERLIN – Jacqueline Saldana took the Poetry Out Loud contest her English class was holding just seriously enough to win it, but once she did she tapped into an aspect of her personality that surprised even her. So when she took the stage last week to win the right to represent Stephen Decatur High School… Read more »

Two Rooms Opens at The Globe

BERLIN — The Brown Box Theater Project will return to the Globe on the heels of it’s very successful performance of Belly Full of Stones in September for a limited engagement of Lee Blessing’s politically charged, two-act drama “Two Rooms.” The success of their first performance — Septembers production of Kimberly Barrante’s absurdist “Belly Full… Read more »

Berlin grows greener with new trees on Main Street

BERLIN – Over the past week, the town of Berlin, in partnership with Grow Berlin Green (GBG) and Assateague Coastal Trust’s Coast Kids program, began the process of replacing the existing trees in and around the parking lot used by the Berlin Farmers Market. The first phase of this tree enhancement process involved replacing most… Read more »

Water’s Edge Gallery to hold symposium

BERLIN – The central question for artists revolves around the nature of reality opposed with and compared to its representation. Working within this kind of constant questioning is what makes painters also philosophers; attempting to evoke ideas, messages and emotions through images that connote words rather than the reverse.  It is no surprise, then, that… Read more »

Holiday Arts Night has grown into successful event

BERLIN – What began as a fall art show, limited primarily to the local galleries, has grown into one of the season’s most anticipated art events drawing people from all over the region to blow off steam, have a unique and enjoyable night out and maybe even pick up a few gifts. What makes the… Read more »

Real organic poultry at Greenbranch Farm

SALISBURY – Ted Wycall is something of a revolutionary. Three years ago, due as much to his lack of confidence in the “big agriculture” business model as in response to both community and personal need, Wycall became one of the youngest organic farmers in the area.  This year he expanded on the sustainable model of… Read more »

Capital Improvement Plan for schools stagnant

SNOW HILL – Given lack of projected funding availability the Worcester County Board of Education’s annual Capital Improvement Plan remained unchanged for the fifth year in a row, according to Superintendent Dr. Jon Andes.  In a brief presentation Andes also thanked Commissioners Linda Busick and Bobby Cowger – both of whom will be replaced by… Read more »

Bayside Gazette changes website

We’ve just debuted our new website but there’s still some work to be done. Please stick with us as we work it out. If you have suggestions or are having trouble using the site contact Tony Russo tonyrusso@baysidegazette.com. Meanwhile, we look forward to continuing to improve the site in the coming weeks.