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Berlin Chamber Gets New Space

BERLIN – When the mayor and council last week decided to purchase the Dennison’s Trackside Hobby building downtown for the use of the Berlin Chamber of Commerce it was the culmination of months’ work of planning and negotiation. The chamber had been fast outgrowing its offices and was looking for a larger space that would… Read more »

Decatur pins another regional title

BERLIN – For three years Dakota Roderick wrestled on Stephen Decatur’s junior varsity waiting for his chance to make an impact for the varsity squad. Last Wednesday he got his shot and created a seismic bang by securing the Seahawks second 4A/3A East Region duals title in four years. Roderick’s 17-5 decision over Old Mill’s… Read more »

Young Leaders Society Debuts with Valentine's Day Carnival

BERLIN – The Berlin Intermediate School auditorium was buzzing with the kind of excitement that is generated when it’s filled with young people who are incredibly excited to be there, and that doesn’t even account for the children who were invited to the party. Saturday marked the coming out of the United Way Young Leaders… Read more »

Grapefruit Salad with Candied Nuts and Ginger-Maple Dressing

At school, we are in the middle of a USDA-sponsored grant which emphasizes the importance of healthy food choices by the up and coming generations.  Hardly a boring task, it is an exciting challenge to be a part of. As many of us already know, our country is in poor health statistically.  I won’t stay… Read more »

OPA Board Still Ironing Out Next Year’s Budget

OCEAN PINES – After what board president Tom Terry said were more than 15 meetings on the matter the Ocean Pines Association board of directors decided they needed a few more before passing a budget for the coming fiscal year.  The board is expected to hold a conference call on Feb. 24 aimed at settling… Read more »

Man shot while trying to run down Sheriff's Deputy

BERLIN — A Delaware man is under Maryland State Police guard at a Baltimore hospital where he is being treated for wounds he sustained when he allegedly drove his truck at a Worcester County deputy sheriff after he was caught in the act of theft from a Berlin business last night.   The accused is… Read more »

SHA to perform bridge maintenance in Pocomoke starting Monday

POCOMOKE CITY – Starting Monday, the Maryland State Highway Administration will have crews on site weekdays at the Route 13 Business (Market Street) Bridge in Pocomoke City, Somerset County for routine bridge maintenance.  Between Monday, Feb. 14 and Friday, Feb. 25 crews will replace the brakes that operate the bridge’s movable span. SHA flagpersons will direct… Read more »

Brian Z. Rutter

OCEAN CITY – Brian Zane Rutter, age 70, passed away on Feb. 3, 2011 at Atlantic General Hospital. Born in Mount Union, Pa., he was the son of the late Earl and Gladys Lock Rutter.  He is survived by his wife, Linda L. Rutter, son Mark Rutter and his wife Dawn of Baltimore County, and a… Read more »

Rosalee B. Jones

BERLIN – Rosalee B. Jones, age 79, passed away on Friday, Feb. 4, 2011 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. Born in Wetipquin, she was the daughter of the late Andrew and Anna Brown. She is survived by her beloved husband of 62 years, Edwin J. Jones. She had worked for many years at… Read more »

Elizabeth C. Grant

OCEAN CITY – Elizabeth C. Grant, age 55, died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011 at Berlin Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Born in Virginia she was the daughter of Louise Angle Grant and the late Earl B. Grant. She had worked in sales for United Airlines for many years. Along with her mother, she is survived by… Read more »