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ENA Committee working on buffers, signs


By Jack Chavez, Staff Writer (Dec. 1, 2022) The Ocean Pines Environment and Natural Assets Committee is continuing to work on a project that’ll restore vegetative buffers to the South Pond to counteract continued erosion along its shoreline. “We’re waiting on (Delaware firm) Solitude Lake Management to give us a call,” committee chair Sharon Santacroce… Read more »

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OPA looking into new voting signs


Board of Directors hopes to have community-made creations in for next cycle By Jack Chavez, Staff Writer (Dec. 1, 2022) The Ocean Pines Association is looking into plans to have a new protocol for election signs in the future. At the regular board meeting on Nov. 19, director Steve Jacobs talked about the plan coming… Read more »

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Bike/walk coalition wants community input

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Meeting follows successful talk in Ocean Pines; aim to educate, inform and inspire (Dec. 1, 2022) A community meeting regarding the exploration of walking and biking options will take place tonight at the Ocean City branch of the Worcester County Library at 6 p.m. The meeting is expected to last around 90 minutes and it… Read more »

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Berlin parade holiday tonight


Town’s Yule event should draw thousands downtown tonight to see 51st edition (Dec. 1, 2022) The weather is cold, the fare is warm, the bright lights are hung and thus the locals are ready for the 51st annual Berlin Christmas Parade tonight. Thousands are expected to descend upon the Main Street corridor between the town’s… Read more »

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Fyzical putting VR into PT

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By Jack Chavez, Staff Writer (Oct. 13, 2022) Virtual reality, once upon a time a far-off and futuristic concept, can now augment real life in a variety of ways — video games, mobile games, live entertainment and even just hanging out with friends. Over in Ocean Pines, Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers are using virtual… Read more »

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Harrison turns 50

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By Jack Chavez, Staff Writer (Oct. 6, 2022) Harrison Senior Living, an assisted-living community with four locations, has been celebrating its 50th anniversary this year as it looks toward the future of its brand. “It’s amazing,” CEO Harrison Saunders said of making it to 50 years. “It’s an amazing moment for our company, our employees… Read more »

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One change for OPA’s new rule at meetings

The Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors’ decision to open its meetings to members only has prompted the question of whether the board can legally do that. The answer is, yes, it can. State law governing homeowner’s associations says board meetings “shall be open to all members of the homeowners association or their agents.” The… Read more »

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