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(May 15, 2020) Although the dedication ceremony slated for Armed Forces Day this Saturday was shelved due to the covid-19 pandemic, the Worcester County Veterans Memorial at Ocean Pines’ Flags for Heroes display remains on track.

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(May 8, 2020) The fifth annual Fight the Bite Lyme Awareness 5K/Run Walk will shift to a virtual event this year to comply with state and federal guidelines regarding the coronavirus. 

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(April 24, 2020) As we discover our way through the daily uncertainties, it is essential that we give thanks for the blessings before us and at the same time lend a helping hand to those in need.

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(May 1, 2020) Two churches in Berlin have joined to offer a drive-through food pantry to take place every other Wednesday, with the next one scheduled for Wednesday, May 6, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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(April 24, 2020) The Believe in Tomorrow Children’s Foundation cannot accept any families at its respite housing locations at this time, but the organization is still working to help provide comfort and care for those with sick children.

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(April 24, 2020) Worcester County Public Schools has handed out 46,782 meals to students over the past month, since schools were officially closed because of the covid-19 pandemic.

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(April 17, 2020) Seacrets on 49th Street is using its distillery to produce hand sanitizer for health care workers and other essential employees amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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(April 17, 2020) Even though the Worcester County Library branches remain closed under Gov. Larry Hogan’s order that only essential businesses can be open, books are still being offered to the public – virtually.

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(April 10, 2020) Many businesses have closed to the public because of the coronavirus; however, a number of local farms and grocery stores remain open to provide residents with home grown and organic options.

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(April 10, 2020) In order to comply with Gov. Larry Hogan’s stay-at-home executive order and also ensure people are social distancing, a number of local churches have begun to hold their services online.

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(April 3, 2020) Despite the Art League of Ocean City having to close the Ocean City Center for the Arts building to the public, it will still be offering activities and art courses through social media and online.

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(March 27, 2020) Ocean City Today and Bayside Gazette food columnists, Deborah Walker and Paul Suplee, have provided some recipes that are simple to prepare with minimal ingredients that can feed the entire family.

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(March 27, 2020) With the country practicing social distancing and trying to block the spread of the novel coronavirus by staying indoors and away from people, it can be easy to forget one of the most vulnerable populations: the elderly.

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To clarify a recent article written about a Berlin Scavenger Hunt as a result of concerns about the activity violating the recent rules announced by Gov. Larry Hogan last Thursday stating there should not be any groups gathering larger than 10 people:

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(March 27, 2020) Members of the community have been coming together to help provide meals for students after Gov. Larry Hogan closed Maryland public schools for two weeks – from March 16-27 – to help stop the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), and the support has been overwhelming.

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(March 20, 2020) Helping elderly community members acquire food, medicines and other necessities is the aim of a new email-based volunteer group formed by Colby Phillips.

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(March 13, 2020) Looking to educate the public and to provide financial support as younger women become increasingly affected by colorectal cancer, the proprietors of Copy Central in Ocean Pines, Linda and Michael Dearing, will be collecting donations this month for Gina’s Warriors Comfort Fund.

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(March 13, 2020) The seventh annual Delmarva Wool and Fiber Expo takes place today through Sunday at the Ocean City convention center on 40th Street.