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(Jan. 11, 2019) Since the middle ages, a red door has signified sanctuary and openness. With this in mind, the Red Doors Community Center, now located at 10959 Worcester Highway in Berlin, welcomes all to participate in its activities, programs and learning opportunities.

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(Jan. 4, 2019) The new year started off at a balmy 63 degrees, with an ocean temperature of 46 degrees for the 25th annual Penguin Swim, where hundreds of men, women and children raced into the water to raise money for Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin.

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(Jan. 4, 2019) Despite a washout due to several days of rain this season, over 105,000 passengers rode through the Winterfest of Lights from Nov. 15 to Dec. 31 at Northside Park on 125th Street.

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(Jan. 4, 2019) Tickets are still available for the fourth annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast, presented by the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce, which will feature retired football placekicker, David Akers, as the keynote speaker.

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(Dec. 28, 2018) Mayor Rick Meehan and members of the Ocean City Council will host a free concert at the Performing Arts Center on 40th Street, on New Year’s Day to kick off 2019.

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(Dec. 28, 2018) Celebrate the start of 2019 with a scenic nature walk during Assateague Coastal Trust’s 39th annual Ilia Fehrer/Judy Johnson New Year’s Day Beach Walk at Assateague State Park.

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(Dec. 28, 2018) From frigid penguin swims, a record-breaking Sunfest and $2 million won for a local children’s charity, here are some of the year’s top stories:

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(Dec. 21, 2018) Community volunteer Kathy Grimes is grateful for the outpouring of support from resort businesses backing her efforts to pay it forward by orchestrating a holiday feast last Friday for the entire Ocean City Police Department.

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(Dec. 21, 2018) A Christmas dinner with ham, macaroni and cheese, green beans, rolls and dessert will be served at St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church on Third Street, Tuesday, Dec. 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

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(Dec. 21, 2018) State troopers, local law enforcement and area elementary school children brought the spirit of Christmas to life during the sixth annual “Shop with a Cop,” at the Berlin Walmart last Saturday.

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(Dec. 21, 2018) Boys Called Susan group, made up of Bryan Russo, a singer and songwriter from Berlin, and his cousin, Chris Shearer, released their debut album, “Pennsyltucky,” last month.

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(Dec. 14, 2018) As of earlier this week, tickets were still available for the eighth annual Hal Glick Distinguished Service Award, held this Sunday in the Crystal Ballroom of the Clarion hotel on 101st Street.

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(Dec. 14, 2018) Tony Christ hopes to inspire Worcester County’s children to say “no” to drugs with the second annual “Brian’s Christmas Songbook” show at the Performing Arts Center, this Saturday.

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(Dec. 7, 2018) Comic books, cosplay, anime, vendors and other activities await guests attending the second annual Ocean City Comic Convention, held at the convention center on 40th Street, this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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(Dec. 7, 2018) Children can receive a special letter from the North Pole this holiday season by bringing their wish lists, with a legible return address, for Santa in the antique mailbox located in the Ocean City post office on 71st Street.

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(Dec. 7, 2018) The Ocean City Police Department, Worcester G.O.L.D. and Toys for Tots will be assisting local families in need as well as troops overseas this holiday season by collecting toys, food, clothing, personal care items and monetary donations throughout the area.

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(Dec. 7, 2018) A record-breaking $172,000 was donated during the one-day Giving Tuesday event, held Nov. 27, and was distributed to 98 charities and organizations in Worcester, Wicomico and Somerset counties.

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(Nov. 30, 2018) Bourbon and whiskey aficionados can sample a wide variety of blends during the inaugural Dry 85 Bourbonfest, held at Residence Inn by Marriott on 61st Street, Saturday, Dec. 1 from 1-5 p.m.

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(Nov. 30, 2018) Local Girl Scouts from Troop 736 continued their charitable efforts last week, as they presented cancer care items to the staff at the new John H. “Jack” Burbage Jr. Regional Cancer Care Center in Berlin.

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(Nov. 23, 2018) The Boy Scouts of Troop 261 and Cub Scouts of Pack 261 retired more than 1,500 flags in a retirement ceremony held at the Worcester County Veterans Memorial at Ocean Pines last Saturday.

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(Nov. 23 2018) The 36th annual Holiday Shopper’s Fair, scheduled Friday through Sunday at the Ocean City convention center on 40th Street, offers an early start to Christmas shopping with more than 150 vendors, ranging from small and large local businesses, to companies from out of state.

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(Nov. 23, 2018) The Kurtz family, who tragically lost their son a year ago, created the inaugural Matt Kurtz Kindness Award to honor individuals who help spread a positive life outlook.

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(Nov. 23, 2018) Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services honored seven local people who made outstanding contributions to the community during the Berlin-based organization’s open house, Nov. 9.

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(Nov. 16, 2018) Area residents and guests can skip the tedious process of making Thanksgiving dinner and instead, enjoy a full holiday meal prepared by one of two local churches next Thursday.

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(Nov. 16, 2018) The fifth Ocean City Light Up Downtown Winter Festival will kick off this Saturday at 2 p.m. on the Boardwalk from the tram station to the inlet.

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(Nov. 16, 2018) A recently-completed wooden carving of a battlefield cross, consisting of a rifle, helmet and combat boots, will find a new home at the Worcester County Veterans Memorial on Racetrack Road in Ocean Pines, this May. 

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(Nov. 16, 2018) A Chinese auction, fashion show, lunch and networking opportunities are among the activities taking place during the 29th annual American Cancer Society “Holiday Wrappings” Fashion Show and Luncheon, Tuesday, Dec. 4.