07/26/2021 | Berlin Mayor Recovering After Dog Attack; Tyndall To Miss First Meeting As Mayor

Mayor of Berlin recovers after dog attack; Tyndall misses first meeting as mayor

BERLIN – Mayor Zack Tyndall will miss his first council meeting since his election this evening. Tyndall was attacked by two dogs near Salisbury University last week and is currently recovering at home. He hopes that he will see some improvement in his mobility by the end of the week, but has had to cancel several engagements in the meantime. …

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Partnership seeks artificial nesting islands for watershed

OCEAN CITY – State, local and regional conservation groups announced this week that they are partnering to create an artificial island to house certain endangered colonial nesting birds as their natural habitats continue to decline. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the Maryland Coastal Bays Program (MCBP) and Audubon Mid-Atlantic collaborate on research and …

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Ocean City is hosting the Maryland State Surfing Championships

Ocean City is hosting the Maryland State Surfing Championships

OCEAN CITY – More than 75 surfers of all ages paddled the Midtown Wave in Ocean City last Saturday in hopes of “hopping in” and becoming a Maryland State Champion. The Delmarva Chapter of the Eastern Surfing Association (ESA) hosted the all-day event on the beach on 36th Street, unveiled a brand new electronic …

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County goes ahead with agrotourism legislation; Public hearing takes place

County goes ahead with agrotourism legislation;  Public hearing takes place

SNOW HILL – Agrotourism legislation moves forward this week after the majority of Worcester County Commissioners agreed to put their name on the bill. The agrotourism bill, which has been debated among district officials for the past few months, is now moving towards a public hearing as five of the commissioners put their names on it.

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