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09/29/2021 | Berlin Confirms Support For Return Of Halloween Trick-Or-Treating

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Berlin Confirms Support For Return Of Halloween Trick-Or-Treating

Berlin Confirms Support For Return Of Halloween Trick-Or-Treating

BERLIN – Halloween trick-or-treating is set for Sunday, Oct. 31 in Berlin. Police Chief Arnold Downing announced this week that trick-or-treating would take place on Halloween, Oct. 31, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. “We are advising folks if they do not want to participate in trick or treating to please have their lights off,”…

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Superintendent: Masks ‘Working For Us’ In Reducing Student Quarantines

Superintendent: Masks ‘Working For Us’ In Reducing Student Quarantines

OCEAN PINES – Universal masking will keep Worcester County students in the classroom, Superintendent Lou Taylor reiterated last week. Taylor, a guest speaker at Worcester County Commissioner Chip Bertino’s town meeting Thursday, spoke primarily about the need to keep kids in class and the ramifications of not following the state’s mask mandate for schools. Regardless…

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Local Museums Offering Expanded Schedule This Year For History Week

Local Museums Offering Expanded Schedule This Year For History Week

BERLIN — From Pocomoke to Ocean City, Berlin to Ocean Pines, there’s something happening at every corner of the region during Worcester County History Week, scheduled for Oct. 10-16. History Week evolved from an annual tour of historic homes presented by the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum begun in 2017. This year, along with the…

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Middle School Expansion Project Moving Forward

Middle School Expansion Project Moving Forward

NEWARK– The Worcester County Board of Education approved bids for the addition at Stephen Decatur Middle School last week. On Sept. 21, the school board voted 5-0 to approve bids totaling $11,093,860 for the addition of a new wing to Stephen Decatur Middle. School board member Jon Andes, who was superintendent when the facility was…

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