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Published On: 2/4/16
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Who’s Playing When And Where

28th Street Pit and Pub 410-289-2020 28th St. & Coastal Hwy. Friday, Feb. 5: Jack & T, 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6: Melissa Alesi, 6-10 p.m. Every Thursday: Locals’ Night With DJ BK   Ado...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Kindergarten Students At OC Elementary Work On Movement While Listening Unit

Kindergarten students in Bethany Pugner’s Music class at Ocean City Elementary have been working on a Movement while Listening Unit. Pictured are Lucas Ruppert, Caroline Olson and Cole Smith...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Vanishing Ocean City With Bunk Mann

The English Diner opened in 1939 on the corner of Wicomico Street and Baltimore Avenue. Moved to 21st Street and Philadelphia Avenue in the last 1950s, it was one of Ocean City’s most popular famil...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Delaware Home Destroyed In Fire

FENWICK ISLAND — A huge mid-day fire at a waterfront residence in Selbyville sent black smoke billowing across the area Monday and displaced a local family. Around noon on Monday, the Roxana, Oc...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Former O.C. Jamboree Property Headed To Auction This Month

WEST OCEAN CITY — Following a federal court ruling this week, the long-shuttered O.C. Jamboree property in West Ocean City will be auctioned later this month while the former owner awaits trial ...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Historic Ocean City Church Undergoing Major Renovation Project

OCEAN CITY — An historic downtown landmark, the oldest Catholic church in Ocean City, is getting a major facelift, including the restoration of its steeple, which was removed this week. St. Mary...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Berlin Needs To Hold Consultant Accountable

It was welcome news this week to hear the Town of Berlin is seeking some sort of “fair” compensation from the consultant that unnecessarily cost the municipality about $435,000. Berlin Mayor Gee W...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Things To Do Around Town

Every 1st Friday: Star Charities Volunteers Meet 10 a.m., Ocean Pines Library. For more information, 410-641-7667.   Every Friday: FORGE Youth Ministries 6:30-8 p.m., The Odyssey Church, 2 Discov...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Seahawks Show No Signs Of Letdown

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team showed no signs of letting up after the big win over Pocomoke last week, beating two Bayside South opponents this week to run its winning st...
Published On: 2/4/16
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28th St. Pat’s Soccer Tourney Set To Return

OCEAN CITY- The  Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s 28th annual St. Patrick’s Soccer Tournament returns next weekend with roughly 150 teams and hundreds of players from all over the mid...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Relay For Life Of North Worcester County Honored With The 2015 Nationwide Top 10 Per Capita Award

Relay For Life of North Worcester Chairwomen Dawn Hodge, left, and Jill Elliott, center, were recently honored by American Cancer Society Community Manager Debbie White for the 2015 nationwide Top 10 ...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Pine’eer Craft Club Of Ocean Pines Inducts New Officers For 2016

The Pine’eer Craft Club of Ocean Pines inducted their new officers for 2016 at the annual luncheon in December. Pictured, from left, are Lois Schultz, Carol Quinto, Jackie Kollar, Linda Brindley, Sh...
Published On: 2/4/16
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The Resorter … Revisited

Summer of 1972 Volume XVIII Edition No. 4 Issue Highlights • This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Gretchen Plate, who was photographed by Dale Timmons. • High Point North on112th Street and the...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Historic Ocean City Church Undergoing Major Renovation Project; Steeple Removed This Week For Overhaul

OCEAN CITY — An historic downtown landmark, the oldest Catholic church in Ocean City, is getting a major facelift, including the restoration of its steeple, which was removed this week. St. Mary...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Q&A: Michelle Freeman Reflects On Faith, Culture, Life, Tragedy

SELBYVILLE — It’s hard to pinpoint what is more remarkable about Michelle D. Freeman, President and CEO of the Carl Freeman Companies, The Joshua Freeman Foundation, and the Freeman Stage at Baysi...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Wave Machine Definition Clarified; Amenity Must Be In Amusement District

OCEAN CITY — Simulated wave machines, such as the Flow Rider proposed for a downtown site last year, belong in amusement parks and not just anywhere in town, resort planners opined this week. La...
Published On: 2/4/16
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Best Spots on Delmarva for Watching Sunday’s Big Game

Denver and Carolina fans will be at odds come Sunday. Whether you are rooting for either team, or just in it for the fun, there are a few options for watching the game this week. For starters, you can...
Published On: 2/3/16
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National Search Likely To Replace Worcester Superintendent; Wilson To Serve On Interim Basis Till Summer ’17

NEWARK — After almost 40 years in education and four years in Worcester County, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jerry Wilson says he’s ready to do something else. Prior to the Worcester County Board...
Published On: 2/3/16
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Berlin, Utility Consultant Working On ‘Fair’ Compensation After Major Error

BERLIN – Town officials say they’re working with their electric consulting firm responsible for last year’s $435,000 mistake to recoup some of the funding. In the wake of the news of the generat...
Published On: 2/3/16
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Things I Like

Watching my kids ski in the snow   Young leaders in action   Reader submitted images   Children who don’t mind wearing glasses   Smart phones with a long battery life   Uniq...
Published On: 2/3/16
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February Happenings: Local Events Across Delmarva

January was a whirlwind here on Delmarva, what with the blizzard/nor’easter that we experienced halfway through the month that nearly decimated our beaches and left the coast flooded. Of course,...
Published On: 2/2/16
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Food Truck Proposal Raises Questions In Pines

BERLIN – Questions regarding the food truck proposed by Ocean Pines Association management dominated a public hearing on the homeowner’s association’s budget this week. On Saturday, Ocean Pines ...
Published On: 2/2/16
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Seacrets Distilling Company Set to Open in Spring 2016

Over the years, Ocean City locals have watched Seacrets evolve from a small, bayside beach bar into a veritable resort compound. What started on June 29, 1988 as the best kept ‘secret’ in Ocean Ci...
Published On: 2/1/16
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Welcome FeBREWary! Craft Beer Month Arrives on Delmarva

The craft beer movement has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few years on Delmarva, with more and more local breweries popping up across the Eastern Shore each year. The local economic impact h...
Published On: 1/29/16
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ShoreBilly’s Swill: Not a Great Start, Part III

I hope you’ve all been following along through the first two parts of this story. When we finished yesterday, I had successfully, but with great complications, delivered two of my kids to school. I ...
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