BERLIN — The Worcester County Beach Bots gave their final robotics demonstration of the season last week in Ocean Pines and discussed the future of the team following a benchmark year. The aim for next year is a more compact, academically aware squad looking to run with the torch being passed by this year’s large crop of graduating seniors. Showcasing their championship winning machine “Bruce” in front of the … READ MORE...READ POST.
OCEAN CITY — A Pennsylvania man was arrested on first-degree assault and other serious charges this week for allegedly threatening three individuals with a knife before being disarmed and locked on a balcony. Around 2:24 a.m. on Wednesday, Ocean City Police responded to a condominium at 51st Street for a report of a man threatening a group of individuals with a knife. When an OCPD officer arrived and met … READ MORE...READ POST.
BERLIN- While the Berlin Little League Intermediate team is making its way through the World Series in California this week, the 9-10 team is ready to embark on a potential run through the Mid-Atlantic region tournament, which gets underway tomorrow in Rhode Island. The 9-10 team breezed through the District 8 tournament sweeping six games to capture the title. In the district tournament, the 9-10 went 6-0, outscoring its … READ MORE...READ POST.
BERLIN — Royal Farms is on track to open a new location at the intersection of Route 50 and Friendship Road within the next year. The Berlin Mayor and Council voted to defer EDU payments for the project Monday over a span of five years. The next step in the process will be for the property to seek annexation into the town of Berlin. The proposed Royal Farms facility … READ MORE...READ POST.
Candace C. Kimmett Candace C. Kimmett FISHERSVILLE — Candace Jean (Cahall) Kimmett, 46, wife of James Gamble “Jamie” Kimmett, II, passed away Thursday, July 24, 2014 after her courageous battle with cancer. Mrs. Kimmett was born June 9, 1968 in Milford, Del., a daughter of Nancy (Cahall) Lewis and step-father, the late Charles Everett Lewis. Candace was a member of the Westminster Presbyterian Church. She graduated from Stephen Decatur … READ MORE...READ POST.
BERLIN — Following a public hearing, the Berlin Mayor and Council have amended the town code in regards to the peddling, solicitation or distribution of merchandise. A minor change, the issue did manage to spark discussion on Berlin’s growing visitor population and the need to protect established merchants should the town attract more passing business. The amendment to town code requires that no one “peddle, solicit or distribute prepared … READ MORE...READ POST.
SALISBURY — The first water quality improvement milestone evaluation for Wicomico County has come in from the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) and the review is highly positive. “We’re very proud of the report as it came in,” said Keith Hall, director of Transportation and Long Range Planning for Wicomico. “Looking back at this effort over the last four years the County Executive [Rick Pollitt] has made a … READ MORE...READ POST.
28th Street Pit and Pub 410-289-2020 28th St. & Coastal Hwy. Saturday, Aug. 2: CK The DJ Monday, Aug. 4: Higher Education Tuesday, Aug. 5: The Reputation Every Wednesday: DJ Soulfinger, 10 p.m. Every Thursday: Local’s Dance Party with BK, 10 p.m. 45th Street Taphouse Bar & Grille 443-664-2201 • 45th St., On The Bay, In The 45th St. Village Friday, Aug. 1: Pompous Pie, 8 p.m. Saturday, … READ MORE...READ POST.
OCEAN CITY – One day after Ocean City hosted opening ceremonies for the event, city officials approved funding this week to retain the USSSA Girls World Series in Ocean City next year. On Tuesday afternoon, Ocean City Tourism and Marketing Director Donna Abbott came before the Mayor and City Council to request the use of Tourism Advisory Board funding to support Ocean City’s share of the bid fee for … READ MORE...READ POST.
OCEAN CITY — Authorities are advising residents and visitors this week to carefully monitor their credit and debit card accounts after a recent cyber attack that compromised the security of numerous processing companies nationwide, including several in the resort area. According to Ocean City Police, an out-of-state credit card processing company had their systems compromised with a virus that was passed on to various businesses in the resort area … READ MORE...READ POST.
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