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Bringing Art to all serves local community

Ocean City Art L eague

Residents and visitors alike enjoy classes and exhibits provided by OC Art League By Cindy Hoffman, Staff Writer (Jan. 4, 2024) The Art League of Ocean City celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2023 and had its most successful year yet, both programmatically and financially, according to Executive Director Rina Thaler. “Art is so much more than… Read more »

Flush with cash, OP seeks improvement

Rick Farr

Racquet club, tiki bar will be enhanced, golf course will install spray irrigation By Cindy Hoffman, Staff Writer (Jan. 4, 2023) Under the direction of President Rick Farr and General Manager John Viola, the Ocean Pines Association has been going full steam ahead with projects to enhance amenities and make improvements in the community. At the… Read more »

Housing development proposed for Berlin

Proposed Karbyte housing development

Planning commission considering townhouses, duplexes and amenities   By Cindy Hoffman, Staff Writer (Dec. 21, 2023) Karbyte Enterprises LLC went before the Berlin Planning Commission again last Tuesday to discuss its proposed plan for a housing development at the intersection of Route 113 and Germantown Road in Berlin. Two plans were presented, one with 15 townhouses and… Read more »

Wawa complex could be coming to Berlin

Proposed Wawa in Berlin

By Cindy Hoffman, Staff Writer (Dec. 21, 2023) The Berlin Planning Commission last Wednesday tabled a decision on changes to a pre-approved site plan for a convenience store and hotel at the intersection of Route 50 and Main Street. The original plan, dubbed Athena Plaza, included a 7-Eleven and Fairfield Inn. The partial revision to the… Read more »

OPA Board votes to fund several  priority projects

OPA board

By Cindy Hoffman, Staff Writer (Dec. 21, 2023) The Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors on Saturday voted unanimously to approve spending for priority projects, including the irrigation system for the golf course, the first of four electronic signs, renovations to the racquet sports building, the tiki bar at the yacht club, a pavilion at the… Read more »