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A year after adding a summer blood drive date, the Blood Bank of Delmarva is coming back again on Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the Roland E. Powell Convention Center parking lot on 40th Street.

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(June 4, 2021) This week, 80 years ago, Allied forces invaded the French Mandates of Syria and Lebanon, in “Operation Exporter.” The Allied forces did not believe that they would face serious resistance from the French forces stationed there, or their colonial Arab units. They were wrong.

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(May 28, 2021) Mickie Meinhardt found her calling for reading, writing and natural wines in New York City. Now she’s bringing her collective knowledge to Ocean City and channeling it into a new venture — The Buzzed Word.

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(May 28, 2021) Salisbury Mayor Jake Day, who arrived back in the states late last month after being deployed with the Army National Guard to Africa during 2020, will deliver the keynote speech at the Memorial Day service in Ocean Pines on Monday.

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(May 28, 2021) This week, 80 years ago, the Royal Navy began evacuating Allied forces from the Greek island of Crete, after having failed to stanch the German airborne invasion.

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(May 28, 2021) Rockville-based Boy Scout Christian Martin and his mother Lybbi, who relocated to Ocean Pines at the onset of covid-19, are planning a Memorial Day Weekend remembrance outside the Atlantic Hotel in Berlin for those who perished during the pandemic.

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(May 28, 2021) To celebrate the 96th birthday of WWII veteran Sheila Hurst, who launched the Mast Restaurant and Hotel in West Ocean City with her late husband, Capt. Ed Brex, in the 1960s, area first responder agencies joined a drive-by ceremony last Wednesday at her Sunset Avenue residence.

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(May 21,2021) In another return to normalcy as covid-19 concerns continue to fade, the annual Berlin Spring Cruisers event kicks off on Saturday at 10 a.m. as downtown streets will close to welcome a large contingency of rumbling American muscle cars.

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(May 21, 2021) The deep humming of engines followed by loud roaring bursts caused by the internal combustion of fuel being pumped through gas lines with the press of a pedal will be the norm this weekend, as more than 3,000 muscle cars, classics, street machines and hotrods flock to the reso…

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(May 14, 2021) This week, 80 years ago, Commonwealth forces in North Africa launched a limited offensive against Erwin Rommel’s Axis forces. Before delving into the particulars of that operation, let’s reacquaint ourselves with the history.

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(May 7, 2021) This week, 80 years ago, Deputy Führer of the Nazi Party, Rudolf Hess, (not to be confused with Rudolf Höss, commandant of the extermination camp at Auschwitz) climbed into a Messerschmitt Vf110E-1/N at the Messerschmitt company airfield, at Augsburg-Haunstetten Airport, in Bav…

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(May 7, 2021) Returning after a hiatus in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic, a scaled-back version of the Berlin Jazz & Blues Wine & Brews Festival will take place on Main Street this Friday through Sunday.

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(May 7, 2021) There is nothing more delectable than savoring a bite of smoked salmon that is nestled on a crispy bagel with velvety cream cheese and topped with juicy tomatoes, slivers of sweet onions and pungent capers.

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(April 30, 2021) Today, 80 years ago, 6,000 — soon to grow to 9,000 — Iraqi soldiers occupied the heights surrounding Habbanayi Royal Air Force Base, which was located near Lake Habbanayi, about 60 miles outside of Baghdad.

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(April 23, 2021) Berlin native Joyce Harris-Cottman, 82, is being immortalized for a lifetime of inspiring family and friends though a new college externship to help minority students pursue a career in sports administration.

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(April 23, 2021) Flag-waving crowds lined roadways in Ocean Pines on Tuesday afternoon to welcome the Vietnam War Memorial replica “Wall That Heals” for a stopover at the Worcester County Veterans Memorial.

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(April 23, 2021) After a year off due to covid-19, the annual Home, Condo & Outdoor Show, sponsored by Ocean Promotions, is back.

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(April 23, 2021) Hundreds of high-flying, feather-light colorful contraptions attached to string will take to the air this weekend as Ocean City takes part in the Maryland International Kite Expo.

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(April 16, 2021) Today, 80 years ago, the Independent State of Croatia was created when Dr. Ante Pavelić declared the Provision for the Appointment of the Croatian State Government, which he signed as Poglavnik of the Independent State of Croatia.

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 (April 16, 2021) The Children’s Resource Intervention Center, Kids Empowerment Team (CRICKET) will hold its eighth annual Walk for Kids this Saturday.