About The Author: Charlene Sharpe

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Charlene Sharpe has been with The Dispatch since 2014. A graduate of Stephen Decatur High School and the University of Richmond, she spent seven years with the Delmarva Media Group before joining the team at The Dispatch.

County Caps New Showell School Project Cost At $37M; School System Estimates Came In $54M

SNOW HILL – Plans for a new Showell Elementary School are moving ahead but only after the Worcester County Commissioners cut the project’s estimated cost. The Worcester County Commissioners approved the school system’s request to move forward with a design for the new school but only after setting the price tag for the overall project… Read more »

County Caps New Showell School Project Cost At $37M; School System Estimates Came In $54M

SNOW HILL – Plans for a new Showell Elementary School are moving ahead but only after the Worcester County Commissioners cut the project’s estimated cost. The Worcester County Commissioners approved the school system’s request to move forward with a design for the new school but only after setting the price tag for the overall project… Read more »

Eight Restaurants Within A Mile Too Much For Berlin? Operators, Mayor Don’t Seem To Think So

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 »

Fenwick Council Votes 5-2 To Approve Motel Zoning Code Change; Some Residents Worried Over Precedent For Other Properties

FENWICK ISLAND – In spite of concerns raised by residents, a local developer’s plans to replace the aging Sands Motel are moving forward. The Fenwick Island Town Council voted 5-2 last week to approve the first reading of an ordinance that would permit developer Spiro Buas to replace the Sands Motel with a larger hotel…. Read more »