07/05/2022 | Pines Fire Department shares plans for South Station renovation

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Pines Fire Department shares plans for South Station renovation

OCEAN PINES — Discussions over a proposal to renovate South Station and the funding needed to make the project a reality, highlighted at a public meeting last week. Last Thursday, the Ocean Pines Volunteer Fire Department (OPVFD) held a town hall meeting to discuss proposed renovations to South Station. As officials seek to bring the…

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Historic Berlin Church Launches Restore The Light Campaign

Historic Berlin Church Launches Restore The Light Campaign

BERLIN — With a grant and community support, a local church hopes to restore its 110-year-old stained glass windows. Stevenson United Methodist’s Restore the Light Committee has launched a campaign to restore more than 34 stained glass windows in the church. Now, thanks to a grant from the Humphreys Foundation, church members…

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Resort’s Beach Bonfire Program Exceeds Expectations

Resort's Beach Bonfire Program Exceeds Expectations

OCEAN CITY — With gas prices rising and the cost of just about everything else, the resort’s beach bonfire program is exceeding expectations heading into the holiday weekend and beyond. It’s no secret that the cost of vacationing in Ocean City has gone up, just like everywhere else. Starting at nearly $5…

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Improved strips, work almost complete at the intersection of Route 113

Improved strips, work almost complete at the intersection of Route 113

BERLIN– Long-running work at the intersection of Assateague Road and Route 113 is expected to be completed soon, state officials say. The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) confirmed this week that improvements to Route 113 and Assateague Road (Route 376) are nearing completion. “The job is pretty much done,” said Shanteé Felix, SHA…

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