Home Local News 04/07/2021 | County, Berlin Lions Club Strike 1-Year Deal On Little League Fields

04/07/2021 | County, Berlin Lions Club Strike 1-Year Deal On Little League Fields

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Community Stepping Up For Beloved Dumser’s Employee

Community Stepping Up For Beloved Dumser’s Employee

OCEAN CITY – Community members are rallying around a long-time Dumser’s employee as she undergoes treatment for end-stage kidney disease.Late last week, organizer Kathy Grimes launched a Go Fund Me page on behalf of Iris Jarmon, a long-time Dumser’s employee facing mounting medical bills as she awaits a kidney transplant.“Iris has been with the 49th… Read more »

County, Berlin Lions Club Strike 1-Year Deal On Little League Fields

County, Berlin Lions Club Strike 1-Year Deal On Little League Fields

SNOW HILL – A one-year lease between Worcester County and the Berlin Lions Club will ensure local children continue to have the use of ballfields adjacent to the Northern Worcester Athletic Complex.The Worcester County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a one-year $50,000 lease with the Berlin Lions Club for the use of the fields next to… Read more »

Proposed Ocean City Budget Sticks To Constant Yield Tax Rate

Proposed Ocean City Budget Sticks To Constant Yield Tax Rate

OCEAN CITY – Members of the Ocean City Mayor and Council got their first look at a balanced fiscal year 2022 budget of around $158 million that reflects the constant yield tax rate.City Manager Doug Miller and Budget Manager Jennie Knapp on Tuesday outlined the fiscal year 2022 budget, launching a two-week process that will… Read more »

Worcester Public Works Head Retiring After 36-Year Career

Worcester Public  Works Head Retiring After 36-Year Career

SNOW HILL – During their April 6 meeting, the Worcester County Commissioners paid tribute to Public Works Director John Tustin, who will retire later this month following a 36-year career with Worcester County Government.“Many have contributed to the success of Worcester County, but none more than John,” Chief Administrative Officer Harold Higgins said. “His hard… Read more »

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