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(Feb. 22, 2019) Atlantic General Hospital Vascular Laboratory in Berlin, has been granted a three-year term of accreditation by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission in Vascular Testing in the area(s) of Peripheral Arterial Testing, Peripheral Venous Testing and Extracranial Cerebrovasc…

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(Feb. 22, 2019) Anyone who sells a property in Maryland, but is a “non-resident” of the state of Maryland, must pay a withholding tax.

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(Feb. 15, 2019) Back by popular demand, winner of “MasterChef” season 7, Shaun O’Neale, will entertain the audience with his charming personality and sharp culinary skills on both days of the 45th annual Ocean City Hotel & Restaurant Trade Expo.

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(Feb. 15, 2019) The Maryland General Assembly began its legislative session on Jan. 9, and the Maryland Realtors (the state’s Realtor association) have a top priority of educating elected officials about the real estate industry.

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(Feb. 15, 2019) Adam Douglass and his business partners Dave and Steve Butz have had to navigate through the opposition of residents and municipal permit snags as they try to establish a home port for their uber boat business. In doing so, they say their business isn’t what many people think it is.

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(Feb. 8, 2019) The Coastal Association of Realtors held its annual Bowling for Business Cards networking event and competition on Jan. 25, at SouthBound Alley in Salisbury.

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(Feb. 8, 2019) Larry Holdren Sr., 76, and a longtime veteran of the local real estate business, has watched how Ocean City changed since he first set up shop here 48 years ago, in 1971.

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(Feb. 1, 2019) Robert Hammond, owner of Atlantic Physical Therapy, and his family donated $25,000 toward the Atlantic General Campaign for the Future.

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(Feb. 1, 2019) The success of the first two years of the 100+ Women Who Care on the Shore can be measured in many ways, one of which is the $20,100 that was raised by the average of 26 members who regularly attend the meetings. 

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(Jan. 25, 2019) Macky and Pam Stansell have been recognized as “Life Partners” for their donation of $100,000 to the Atlantic General Hospital Campaign for the Future.

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(Jan. 25, 2019) The saying goes “a picture is worth a thousand words” and pictures are incredibly important in selling a home in today’s market, where practically all house shoppers start their search online.

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Board of Education (Jan. 25, 2019) The Worcester County School Board discussed the following items during a public meeting last Tuesday:

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(Jan. 18, 2019) Atlantic General Hospital awarded the Team DAISY Award for excellence in nursing to the Emergency Department, during a recent presentation held in the Emergency Room of the hospital.

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(Jan. 18, 2019) Atlantic General Hospital recently announced the availability of genetic counseling services for individuals with a family history of cancer and for patients in treatment who are concerned about their family’s risk.

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(Jan. 18, 2019) “Beer Notes,” a craft beer-oriented radio program produced by Shore Craft Beer in collaboration with Delmarva Public Radio, Salisbury University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, has been picked up for synd…

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(Jan. 18, 2019) The National Association of Realtors reported recently on the various segments of the real estate industry that are affected by the partial federal government shutdown that started at midnight on Dec. 21.

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(Dec. 28, 2018) The economy is strong, but Maryland home sales in 2018 were suppressed due to higher prices, increasing mortgage rates and shrinking inventory.

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(Dec. 28, 2018) Atlantic General Hospital celebrated 25 years of service in 2018, while other businesses opened and prospered. Many operations changed management, added a new business, or moved to different locations.

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(Dec. 21, 2018) During its annual retreat, Atlantic General Hospital’s Board of Trustees welcomed Jay Knerr, owner of The Kite Loft; W. Thomas Mears, market executive for Shore United Bank; and Chris Woodley, partner at the law firm Williams, Moore, Shockley & Harrison, LLP, as members.

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(Dec. 21, 2018) Harrison House of Snow Hill, a nursing and rehabilitation center that serves Snow Hill and surrounding communities, has decided to “pay it forward” during the winter months by helping out a handful of seniors with their utility bills.

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(Dec. 14, 2018) Atlantic General Hospital officials have announced plans for a new facility in Ocean Pines that will house a proposed surgery center in addition to primary and specialty care physician practices and other outpatient services. 

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(Dec. 14, 2018) During its annual Corporation meeting, Atlantic General Hospital’s Board of Trustees appointed a new chairman, Greg Shockley, who is the former treasurer of the board.

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(Dec. 14, 2018) In radio, hosts are usually heard but not seen. So, when five billboards showcasing the on-air talent at 91.3 WESM-FM went up across the Lower Shore late last month, reaction was swift.

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(Dec. 14, 2018) The Maryland Association of Realtors provides a frequently asked questions legal hotline posting on its website at www.mdrealtor.org that provides realtors and the public very useful information relating to the real estate industry.

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(Dec. 7, 2018) The Merry Sherwood Plantation recently reopened for event bookings under the direction of Ruth and Jim Arty, a couple who came to the Eastern Shore after retiring from the Baltimore area.

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(Dec. 7, 2018) The Maryland Mortgage Program (MMP) helps homebuyers in Maryland achieve their dream of homeownership through a range of programs that make purchasing and owning a home more affordable.

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(Nov. 30, 2018) The Town of Ocean City Department of Tourism recently teamed up with six Eastern Shore county tourism officials for a “Crab Tank on the Choptank” competition held live during the 38th annual Maryland Tourism & Travel Summit in Cambridge earlier this month.

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(Nov. 30, 2018) The National Association of Realtors recently reported that rising interest rates are prompting more home buyers to turn to adjustable-rate mortgages.