Council President Looks Forward To 2013

OCEAN CITY – Although the election brought about significant changes for Ocean City, newly elected Council President Lloyd Martin is refusing to look back at the past but rather ahead in the town’s positive direction. On Nov. 6, the voters returned incumbents Mary Knight, Doug Cymek and Mayor Rick Meehan to the City Council and… Read more »

Voices From The Readers

Clarifying NYE Rules Editor: It has come to my attention from conversations with individuals and other Town of Berlin officials that some people believe the selling and consumption of alcoholic beverages will not be allowed this year in the designated area for Berlin’s third annual New Year’s Eve Ball drop celebration. Unfortunately, there is a… Read more »

NEW FOR THURSDAY: Fatal Accident On Route 50 Yesterday

BERLIN — A local man was killed yesterday in a two-vehicle accident along Route 50 at its intersection with Route 818, or Main Street extended, in Berlin late Wednesday morning.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office"> Shortly before noon on Wednesday, Berlin Police responded to a reported vehicle collision at Routes 50 and 818… Read more »

Open Houses Of The Week

WEST OCEAN CITY Bay Point Plantation Rt589/Gum Point Rd Daily 10-5 Waterfront Estate Lots in 142 Acre Preserve Kevin Decker The Fritschle Group/ Condominium Realty 443-235-6552 OCEAN CITY Sunset Island 67th St & The Bay Sat & Sun Condos, Townhomes, Single Family Homes Luxury Resort Living Terry Riley Vantage Resort Realty 443-880-0512 OCEAN CITY Makai… Read more »

NEW FOR THURSDAY: Reassessment Shows North Worcester Property Values Still Declining

BERLIN — When north-end Worcester County property owners get their reassessment notices in the mail likely next week, most will see their values have continued to decline, but the level of decrease will likely not be as great as once anticipated.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office"> Assessments of real estate values in a… Read more »