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Published On: 12/5/16
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UPDATED: May Trial Date Now Set For White Marlin Open Prize Money Dispute

OCEAN CITY — A federal judge late last week approved a final scheduling order with an expedited start date for the trial in the suit involving the alleged rules violation in the 2016 White Marli...
Published On: 12/5/16
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OCDC Receives $215K In Grants For Development Projects

OCEAN CITY – The Ocean City Development Corporation (OCDC) received $215,000 in grants last week from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) to revitalize the downtown a...
Published On: 12/2/16
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Berlin Christmas Parade Results

BERLIN — Eighty-three entrants participated in Berlin’s 46th Annual Christmas Parade on Thursday night. The parade, which is funded through donations from Berlin area businesses, is sponsored ...
Published On: 12/2/16
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Authorities Issue Police Impersonation Warnings After Thursday Night Incident

SNOW HILL — Maryland State Police are searching for three suspects who reportedly impersonated police officers when they stopped a woman traveling through Worcester County Thursday evening and ...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Legislators Pushing For Boating Safety Changes After Summer Incidents; Bow Riding Regs Targeted

OCEAN CITY — In the wake of several serious boating accidents in the resort last summer, including a fatal propeller strike that claimed the life of a child in August, Delegate Mary Beth Carozza...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Construction to close Flower Street

(Dec. 1, 2016) Flower Street in Berlin will be closed for several weeks during construction of a new stormwater culvert there starting Monday. According to a Nov. 23 press release from Tow Hall, the w...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Annual Christmas parade will deck downtown Berlin

(Dec. 1, 2016) Having declared months ago their intent to deck the streets with vows of jolly, organizers of the annual Berlin Christmas parade say they have more than 80 floats lined up for todayR...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Mayor hosts old-fashioned Christmas

(Dec. 1, 2016) When Pocomoke City elected Bruce Morrison to the office of mayor for the first time six years ago, he wanted to create an event to thank citizens for their support, thus the first Mayor...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Ruling In White Marlin Open Case Not Expected Till Fall 2017

OCEAN CITY — After several recent changes in the federal suit involving the alleged winning white marlin in the 2016 White Marlin Open, it is now apparent the case will not be resolved until wel...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Ocean City Hotel Project To Resume; Opening Planned For Summer 2017

OCEAN CITY — The on-again, off-again, 150-room, eight-story hotel under construction along the south side of Route 90 is back on after a new contractor has been hired to finish the project, the ...
Published On: 12/1/16
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For TaDa, business all about family

(Dec. 1, 2016) Twenty years ago Patty Falck marched into her husband’s office on Williams Street in Berlin. She had good news, bad news and really bad news, she told him. The good news was she ...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Liquid smoke key to perfect Kalua pork

Today is a day to be reckoned with. Yes, it’s what I call a “Hawaii Day,” a day on which I weigh the pros and cons in my head of getting a permit at $3 per day to camp on the north c...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Letters to the Editor

Times story sold Snow Hill short Editor, On Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016, Daily Times reporter Gino Fanelli composed a story titled “Can Snow Hill bounce back?” To say that I am disappointed ...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Informal Petition Effort Seeks To Rename Park After Retired Mailman

BERLIN – A grassroots campaign started by a Berlin resident aims to have the town’s newest park renamed in honor of a well-known mailman. Resident Bill Todd this week started a petition effort to ...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Ocean City Committees Get Reshuffled After Election

OCEAN CITY — With a change in the make-up of the Ocean City Council following the November municipal election, Mayor Rick Meehan this week submitted a list of sub-committee and commission member...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Berlin Park Restroom Project Moves Ahead

BERLIN – Plans for a permanent restroom at Henry Park are moving ahead as the town has selected a contractor for the project. On Monday the Berlin Town Council agreed to accept a bid submitted by Gr...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Old Pro Golf’s Start In Ocean City

The first miniature golf course in Ocean City opened in the 1930s, but the sport really became popular after Herb Schoellkopf designed and built two courses on the Pier in 1963. They were prefabricate...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Fatherhood Adventures – December 2, 2016

The headline, “Boys Get Organized Later In Life,” caught my attention on a friend’s social media page. The article by psychologist and author Michael Thompson continued, “It will eventually ha...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Cops And Courts – December 2, 2016

Women Charge After Trying To Stop Arrest OCEAN CITY — A Salisbury woman was charged with resisting arrest and other counts last weekend after allegedly attempting to prevent Ocean City Police De...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk – December 2, 2016

The intentions are worthwhile, but it’s impractical to think Berlin should name its newest park after a retired postal worker. James Tingle was my mailman in Berlin for many years. He also did a num...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Beach Pumping Can’t Be Allowed In Prime Months

It was a request deserving little consideration and that’s what it essentially got at City Hall this week. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requested the Town of Ocean City consider lifting the long...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Worcester G.O.L.D. Campaign Looks To Brighten Holidays For Local Kids

BERLIN – Volunteers with Worcester County G.O.L.D. spent nine hours on Giving Tuesday outside the Atlantic Hotel, where they collected toys and monetary donations for the organization’s “Helping...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Property Owners Urged To Seek Flood Insurance Premium Rebates

OCEAN CITY — Nearly a month after Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) said it would amend flawed flood zone maps for many oceanfront properties, resort officials this week urged affected ...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Ocean City Hotel Project To Resume; Opening Planned For Summer 2017

OCEAN CITY — The on-again, off-again, 150-room, eight-story hotel under construction along the south side of Route 90 is back on after a new contractor has been hired to finish the project, the ...
Published On: 12/1/16
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Flounder Keeper Size Could Increase One Inch Under New NOAA Quota Plan

OCEAN CITY — Federal fisheries management officials are considering draconian reductions in the summer flounder quota in the mid-Atlantic region for 2017, but the resort area could be immune som...
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