No Injuries Reported InDeputy-Involved CollisionOCEAN PINES — No injuries were reported in a head-on collision involving a Worcester County Sheriff’s Office vehicle on Route 589 on Saturday afternoon that closed the roadway for about an hour.Around 3 p.m. on Saturday, a Worcester County Sheriff’s Office SUV was heading south on Route 589 near the north… Read more »
There is something to be said for a kids’ uniquely myopic perspective.I actually wish I could share that simplicity sometimes.It was on full display the other night while talking about the fact the wet weather cancelled Beckett’s soccer practice and would probably do the same to his weekend game.He didn’t take it well at all… Read more »
OCEAN CITY — After 10 years, impact fees imposed on new development in Ocean City continue to achieve their goal of helping to fund infrastructure improvements, but the revenue stream has slowed down somewhat in recent years.The Mayor and Council on Tuesday got a briefing on the success of the impact fee program on new… Read more »
BERLIN — Area residents who live in Maryland but work in neighboring Delaware, of which there are many, could be eligible for a share of millions of dollars in tax relief after a Supreme Court decision earlier this year.Earlier this year, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled favorably in a constitutional challenge brought by a Maryland… Read more »
BERLIN – While no one disputes that it was a successful summer for Berlin businesses, the onset of autumn has left some wondering what’s to come with the cooler temperatures. It’s a question particularly relevant to those in the town’s burgeoning restaurant scene. The small town of 4,500 people, for years home to just three… Read more »
BERLIN – What’s next?That’s the question Washington Street residents are asking following a meeting of the town’s housing board of review that left the issue of the condemned and dilapidated home at 203 Washington St. unresolved. While some neighbors of the historic home want to see it saved, town officials say it’s headed toward demolition… Read more »
OCEAN CITY — Despite high winds, heavy surf and a rather dismal forecast, last week’s 41st Annual Sunfest was the second largest in the history of the event and attendance figures approached those of last year’s record-breaker.In the days leading up to Sunfest last week, the forecast called for classic Nor’easter conditions with heavy rain,… Read more »
Second grade writers at Buckingham Elementary School in Christine Williams’ class personalized their Writers Workshop folders to represent their likes and interests. The folders are used to organize their ideas and drafts throughout the writing process. Pictured are students Bryaden Hawks, Joseph Field, Jermaine Farmer, Camryn Terrell, Paige Windsor, Eleanor Zollinger and Micah Harlacher.