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Real decision comes after board election

With the Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors heading into its last few days, the traditional approach would be to endorse candidates. In this case it would be endorsing three of the six people running for the three vacant seats on the board. Acknowledging that the persuasiveness of these endorsements is questionable in the best… Read more »

Letter to the Editor

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Berlin Lioness Club elects to dissolve Editor, The Lioness Club of Berlin, a nonprofit organization of dedicated women who for over 38 years has donated funds to many family needs and organizations in the lower Eastern Shore area, has with much regret elected to not continue. We have found it very hard to get help… Read more »

Do the right thing and turn yourself in

No one can truly feel the depth of the sorrow of the Knupp family, whose 14-year-old son, Gavin, was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver on Grays Corner Road three weeks ago. Although the outpouring of sympathy from friends, neighbors and acquaintances in Ocean Pines, Berlin and Ocean City has been extraordinary in its… Read more »

Major changes ahead in county government

The complexion of Worcester County’s Board of Commissioners shifted slightly with the Republican Party primary elections Tuesday, as the incumbents were returned to office and Eric Fiori held a 34-vote lead over Tim VanVonno in the race in District 3, or Sinepuxent District. The county board of elections supervisors won’t declare any of these contests… Read more »

Letter to the Editor

Complex should go at 113 and 589 Editor, Although I am not a sports enthusiast, I believe that a sports complex in the area is not a bad idea, but the proposed complex location next to Steven Decatur High School is not likely the best location given the access/egress to the property. Not only is… Read more »

Gazette Editorial

The 2022 primary elections for the Democratic Party and Republican Party taking place next Tuesday will offer voters a ballot bursting with candidates. Some contests in this preliminary round are not contests at all, since the candidates face no competition and will, barring some bizarre circumstance, take office after the general election in November. In… Read more »