09/29/2022 | Weather conditions cancel the first-ever music festival

Q&A with District 4 Candidates

BERLIN — Outgoing city councilor Dean Burrell takes on challenger Tony Weeg for the District 4 council seat in next week’s election. Burrell, who has served on council for the past 28 years, wants to continue using his experience for the betterment of the city. Weeg, an unsuccessful candidate for the at-large seat in the…

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Annual film festival expands to include youth component

Annual film festival expands to include youth component

BERLIN — A new children’s film festival is set to provide families with a night of fun while raising money for Assateague Coastal Trust and its programs. On Sunday October 9, Assateague Coastal Trust (ACT) and its Coast Kids program will host their first Wild Child Youth Film Festival. Held at Burley Oak Brewing Company, the…

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Weather conditions cancel the first-ever music festival

OCEAN CITY — Public safety concerns led to the cancellation of the first-ever Oceans Calling music festival. On Thursday, about 24 hours before the start of the first act, festival organizers were forced to report that the show ultimately could not go on. Doors were scheduled to open at 12:30 p.m. Friday with live…

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Council approves changes to help police recruiting efforts

Council approves changes to help police recruiting efforts

BERLIN– City officials have approved several changes aimed at making it easier to recruit and retain police. Berlin City Council voted unanimously this week to approve a variety of measures to increase the number of officers in the city’s police force. The agency has struggled with recruitment and retention in recent years. “This proposal is absolutely necessary,” said the councilman…

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