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.

Ocean Pines Association Board President Steps Down From Post; ‘Too Frustrating To Continue In That Role’

OCEAN PINES – The president of the Ocean Pines Association’s board of directors abruptly resigned from the position this week. The association announced late Wednesday afternoon that Tom Herrick, the board’s president, had resigned from the position and that Dave Stevens, the board’s vice president, would take on the role. In an interview Thursday morning,… Read more »

Aerial Marketing Videos Approved For Worcester

SNOW HILL – Worcester County will soon be using 3-D animation and aerial videos to advertise commercial development opportunities. The Worcester County Commissioners this week approved an agreement with DB Film Production that will result in four 3-D animated aerial marketing videos featuring local properties. Merry Mears, the county’s economic development director, said the videos… Read more »

Artist Plans New Studio In Berlin

BERLIN – Main Street is expected to welcome a new art gallery this month. Artist Dana Helmuth is transforming the space formerly occupied by the Brooklyn Baking Barons, who are now cooking for the Burley Oak Brewers Café, into a gallery and studio. Christened Clear Light Studio, the space will highlight artistic styles not typically… Read more »

Teacher Earns Digital Literacy Award

POCOMOKE – An innovative approach to teaching earned a Pocomoke Middle School educator recognition from a global organization this week. Brian Cook, a sixth grade English language arts teacher at Pocomoke Middle School, was named a regional recipient of the Technology and Literacy Award by the International Literacy Association. “It’s a very fitting award,” Pocomoke… Read more »