Hits Keep Coming For Berlin Officials

Hits Keep Coming  For Berlin Officials

It’s been a rough 2019 for the Town of Berlin’s government and property owners.The year kicked off with officials letting it be known a major increase in property taxes and utility fees would be coming. The additional money grab from the citizens was needed to address significant revenue inadequacies, a result of consistent borrowing from… Read more »

Rare Air Incident With A Positive Outcome

Rare Air Incident With A Positive Outcome

Happy endings are uncommon when it comes to plane malfunctions requiring emergency landings, but that’s exactly what happened on Tuesday night in the ocean.The term “crash” is largely debated in this instance, as aviation folks seem to prefer soft landing or forced emergency landing. Whatever the case, the fact Tuesday’s situation off 23rd Street in… Read more »

Mental Health Funding Justified

Mental Health Funding Justified

It’s summer but education officials across Maryland are evaluating how to provide more mental health services for their schools while not breaking the budget.Mental health with children and teens is complicated by the variety of social and emotional needs. First, there are heightened instability issues at home today to confront in many cases. There’s also… Read more »

Voices From The Readers – July 5, 2019

Voices From The Readers – July 5, 2019

Harris Credited For Drilling VoteEditor:Congressman Andy Harris recently took a stand on behalf of his constituents against expanded offshore drilling. Marylanders have made it clear, and he listened: our coastal economy is incompatible with offshore oil drilling activities. Our fishermen, coastal business owners and Realtors depend on a clean Chesapeake Bay and healthy Atlantic coastline… Read more »