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.

Election Preview: Incumbent, Berlin Councilman Square Off For District 3 Commissioner

Election Preview: Incumbent, Berlin Councilman Square Off For District 3 Commissioner

BERLIN — Incumbent Bud Church is being challenged for a fifth term as a County Commissioner in November by Berlin Councilman Zach Tyndall. The Dispatch caught up with both candidates this week to discuss their campaigns.Bud ChurchWorcester County Commissioner Bud Church hopes the knowledge and experience he’s acquired through decades of public service will again earn… Read more »

Board Questions Adversarial Police, Business Relationship; Multiple Fines Issued For Underage Sales Violations

SNOW HILL – Officials handed down a $750 fine and cautioned a resort business regarding its treatment of local police at a hearing this week.The Worcester County Board of License Commissioners (BLC) fined Coconuts $750 after the beach bar at the Castle in the Sand hotel failed a compliance check by serving alcohol to a… Read more »

County Recognizes Softball Squad

County Recognizes Softball Squad

SNOW HILL – Local officials recognized the success of the Berlin Little League girls’ junior league softball team with a commendation this week.On Tuesday, the Worcester County Commissioners presented the team with a commendation in honor of its state championship win in July. The team is the first since Berlin Little League started its softball… Read more »

Berlin Parking Study Effort Continues

BERLIN – Plans for a parking and mobility study in downtown Berlin continue to move ahead.This week, a committee of town staff is conducting interviews with several of the companies that replied to the town’s request for qualifications (RFQ) issued in July. Town leaders are seeking a study that addresses the town’s current and future… Read more »