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Mock emergency rooms. Cosmetology stations. Virtual reality labs. Masonry demonstrations. These displays, and many more, filled the exhibit... [Read More]
The winter of 1972-73 was an anxious time in Ocean City – there was an arsonist at work and nobody knew where he would strike... [Read More]
Lunch on the water   Disney+   A drama-free decision   T-shirts from places no longer in business   The feel of a ski lodge... [Read More]
Proper Fiscal Planning Would Help Everyone Editor: Has anyone on the city council ever heard of government accounting rules called fund accounting? This... [Read More]
Though the dialogue involving year-round residency remains speculative in nature, the ongoing frank discussions at City Hall remain productive. There are... [Read More]
The Berlin Town Council meeting was cancelled this week because not enough elected officials could attend to meet quorum rules. The cancelled meeting did... [Read More]
Traditionally, an Irish Wake marks the end of someone's life, but this year in Ocean City it marks the start of the lively and rousing... [Read More]
For a couple years, Beckett has wanted to break a body part. In his mind, the fact he hasn't fractured something or suffered a major... [Read More]
 County officials agreed last week not to put an unused piece of property up for sale. The Worcester County Commissioners voted unanimously to... [Read More]
 Town officials are expected to review a new component of Berlin's comprehensive plan in the coming weeks. Town staff members plan to present the... [Read More]
Efforts to install pedestrian crosswalk systems will move forward in Fenwick Island with the help of state funding. Last Friday, the... [Read More]
Everything to make a business run more efficiently will be found at the 46th Annual Ocean City Spring Trade Expo. Beginning on Sunday, March... [Read More]
Concerns over a proposed marina outside town limits highlighted a public hearing last week. Last Thursday, the Delaware Department of... [Read More]
A new school supply library is expected to benefit students at Pocomoke High School. Last week, officials at Pocomoke High School installed the... [Read More]
 Members of Buckingham Elementary School's PTA are hoping to expand the school's art program with the addition of a kiln. Parents of Buckingham... [Read More]
In essentially what boiled down to a possession versus distribution issue, a state appeals court this week denied a request for a mistrial... [Read More]
BERLIN- Worcester Prep's girls' varsity basketball team fell to Delmarva Christian, 67-46, in the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) [Read More]
BERLIN- Riding a late-season hot stretch, Stephen Decatur's boys' varsity basketball team earned the number-three seed when the state 3A-South region... [Read More]
BERLIN- Worcester Prep girls' varsity lacrosse standout Carly Hoffman this week signed a national letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic... [Read More]
County officials continue to investigate concerns regarding lighting at Newtown Park in Pocomoke. Last month, Worcester County Commissioner... [Read More]
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