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Rita Margaret Bosse

BERLIN – Rita Margaret Bosse, age 70, died Monday, Feb. 28, 2011 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. Born in Stamford, Conn., she was the daughter of the late Walter Heagney and Theresa Speh Heagney. She is survived by her husband Robert Bosse. Mrs. Bosse had worked for many years as a dietary supervisor… Read more »

Residents Want to Switch from Propane to Natural Gas

OCEAN PINES – In the era of political pressure coming to bear with relative ease, the notion of what can and can’t be done is more tied to will than ever before, or at least that’s what a loose configuration of Ocean Pines members and residents are hoping as they begin to try and pressure… Read more »

County not Getting a Square Deal from Annapolis

BERLIN – As part of her town meeting presentation, Judy Boggs invoked an Internet meme purportedly of Cicero’s rant against the dole and how to best rectify Rome’s financial troubles. Boggs said, that according to the famous Roman politician, “The budget should be balanced, the treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, the… Read more »

Johns Premium Cigars to Hold Grand Opening March 11

  Where: 14 Broad Street, Berlin Phone: 410-513-4560 Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sunday noon-7 p.m. Grand opening 4 p.m. March 11.   BERLIN – The popular image of the cigar smoker has evolved from a symbol of decadence to a symbol of degradation to, and probably finally, symbol… Read more »

Student Determined to Win Poetry Out Loud

BERLIN – When Stephen Decatur High School student Jacqueline Saldana selected the poems that would eventually win both the local and countywide Poetry Out Loud contest, she hadn’t really counted on making it all the way through to the state competition. So when her name wasn’t called as a finalist in Baltimore last weekend, she… Read more »

OPA board approves $10 million budget

OCEAN PINES – The Ocean Pines Association board of directors succeeded in passing a budget that reduces the assessment increase by $10 while retaining the contributions to reserves. The $35 increase supports a $10 million budget that retains several of General Manager Bob Thompson’s revenue-driving plans while reducing or eliminating others. “It’s a long road… Read more »

Sports Core pool has re-opened

OCEAN PINES – Working nonstop with the Public Works Department, the aquatics staff has completed repairs to three ladders, an underwater light, acid- washed the pool and refilled it with 161,000 gallons of fresh water in less than 48 hours. Sports Core indoor pool is open daily 11 a.m.-10 p.m. for open swim. There is… Read more »

AAA Mid-Atlantic: Will gas prices peak to $5 per gallon?

TOWSON – The national average price for a gallon of gas shot up four cents overnight, while Maryland’s average rose three cents, raising fears that pump prices will continue to escalate in the wake of the ongoing turmoil in Libya. Political unrest in the region is unnerving traders in future markets across the globe. Current… Read more »

Sally D. Bunting

  OCEAN CITY – Sally Crisfield Dennis Bunting, age 91, died Sunday, Feb. 20, 2011, quietly at her home with her family. Born at “Beverly” in Pocomoke, she was the daughter of the late Philip C. Dennis and Margaret Harmonson Dennis.  She was the last Dennis to live at Beverly. She was preceded in death… Read more »

James Edward Lynch

BERLIN – James E. "Snooks" Lynch, 86, died at his residence on Sunday, Feb. 20, 2011 surrounded by friends and family. He was born July 3, 1924 in Berlin to the late Lee and Katie Holland Lynch. After attending Buckingham High School he entered the United States Army and served during World War II in… Read more »