Council To Remain In Towing Business After Contractors Outline Concerns; Fees To Increase Significantly To Offset Expenses


OCEAN CITY — Resort officials did an apparent about-face this week and decided to stay in the towing business with the requested increase in fees after an impassioned plea from a couple of different sources to maintain the current policy. Back in October, a unified private-sector towing industry approached the town’s police commission about a… Read more »

‘Tired Of The Negativity,’ School’s Foreign Language Club Participates In Mural Project

Foreign Language Club members from Stephen Decatur High School are pictured looking over designs for their traveling mural project. Photo by Charlene Sharpe

BERLIN – People need to be kinder. That’s the message a group of Stephen Decatur High School students are hoping to share with a traveling mural project. “They wanted to do something to open people’s eyes,” said Darlene Idoni-McCann, a French teacher at Stephen Decatur. “We are tired of the negativity.” It was more than… Read more »

Worcester Approves New Health Care Zoning District

SNOW HILL – Worcester County officials approved a new floating zoning district designed to give more flexibility to the developers of health care facilities. The Worcester County Commissioners voted Tuesday to approve legislation to create a floating zoning district known as a health care planned unit development (HCPUD). The HCPUD designation, according to attorney Mark… Read more »