About The Author: Steven Green

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The writer has been with The Dispatch in various capacities since 1995, including serving as editor and publisher since 2004. His previous titles were managing editor, staff writer, sports editor, sales account manager and copy editor. Growing up in Salisbury before moving to Berlin, Green graduated from Worcester Preparatory School in 1993 and graduated from Loyola University Baltimore in 1997 with degrees in Communications (journalism concentration) and Political Science.

Boardwalk Security Upgrades A New Reality

Boardwalk Security Upgrades A New Reality

It’s a shame it’s a two-year effort, but the project about to get underway to protect the Boardwalk from potential vehicle attacks is a wise investment. We live in a “what if” world and unfortunately Ocean City, specifically the Boardwalk, is not prepared for some of the disturbing incidents that have occurred across the country… Read more »

Things I Like – April 20, 2018

Learning something new about the area’s history Fresh fruit with breakfast Trying out random restaurants away from home New buds on a shrub Hearing my kids are fine while away A day without a schedule to keep The smell of freshly cut wood How hard my son works at speech therapy When hard work pays… Read more »

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk – April 13, 2018

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk – April 13, 2018

Maryland voters in November will face a referendum question with huge ramifications for education. A constitutional amendment will appear before voters that if passed would prevent the state from using gambling revenues from the state’s six casino operations for any project outside of education. According to an article in The Washington Post, “The “lockbox” bill… Read more »

School Safety Bill A Key Session Takeaway

School Safety Bill A Key Session Takeaway

When trying to get a general read of Maryland’s legislative session, which wrapped up this week, it’s understandable how people can be confused. Mixed messages are sent from a variety of media outlets as well as the elected officials themselves. As is typically the case, dozens of media statements were released from legislators across the… Read more »

Things I Like – April 13, 2018

Walking to dinner Kids celebrating a win The grounds of Augusta National Mexican food once a week 3-D puzzles Wireless keyboards The show, “Homeland” A newly paved driveway Watching the sunrise from an oceanfront hotel room The aroma of Camden Yards Broiled seafood

Adventures Of Fatherhood

Adventures Of Fatherhood

As my kids are getting older, I miss those genuine looks of excitement that once were commonplace. To me, these youthful, spontaneous and innocent reactions were amazing to behold. It’s what we would see from our kids on Christmas mornings and their birthdays when they opened their gifts. We would also see them on more… Read more »

Things I Like – April 6, 2018

All the little ones dressed up for Easter in church A team celebrating a win together Buzzer beaters in basketball Innocence A few appetizers for dinner Cutting back on stamp use Sitcoms with great writing Coaches who are tough and positive Sunny and dry weekends Seeing boats out in the bay again Matinee movies