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City manager recommends salary increases to mayor and council

OCEAN CITY — Salaries for the positions of mayor and council in Ocean City could see a significant increase based on recommendations presented during a budget introductory session this week. City Manager Terry McGean this week presented his research on salaries for elected officials in municipalities across the state and recommended significant raises for the Mayor of Ocean City and…

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Revolutionary Ping Pong set for April 2

Revolutionary Ping Pong set for April 2

BERLIN — A groundbreaking ceremony for the Burbage Park table tennis tables is scheduled for April 2. The public is invited to Burbage Park on William Street on Saturday, April 2 at 9 a.m. for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for what will be known as “The Tables of Burbage Park.” The project, led by the nonprofit We Heart Berlin,…

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Planned gypsy moth removal for Worcester County

Planned gypsy moth removal for Worcester County

SNOW HILL – More than 3,000 acres in Worcester County will be treated for gypsy moths following recent pest surveys. The Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA) notified Worcester County this week that the agency would treat 3,082 acres to suppress the population of gypsy moths, the insects formerly known as gypsy moths. “The spongy butterfly devastates…

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Officials are discussing returning to the earlier streetcar time versus. Additional hour of cycling

Officials are discussing returning to the earlier streetcar time versus.  Additional hour of cycling

OCEAN CITY — The start time of the Boardwalk tram and the potential return of the unlimited pass were talking points this week for station transportation officials. The Transportation Committee met on Tuesday to discuss various issues as the summer season approaches. Topics discussed included issues with the Boardwalk light rail,…

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