Painting Berlin: Wrapping up the first phases of the mural
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Painting Berlin: Wrapping up the first phases of the mural

The mural that’s bringing history and color to the side of the Berlin Visitor’s Center is well underway and deep into its third phase, thanks to a day…

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Berlin mainstay Calvin B. Taylor Bank turns 125
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Berlin mainstay Calvin B. Taylor Bank turns 125

(March 6, 2015) As financial institutions merge and regional, national and even international mega-banks become more dominant, Calvin B. Taylor Bank, headquartered in Berlin, is entering its 125th…

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YEAR IN REVIEW 2014: Sports
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YEAR IN REVIEW 2014: Sports

(Jan. 2, 2015) From a record-breaking Dew Tour event in Ocean City to standout Berlin Little League baseball teams, here are some of the top sports stories for…

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Berlin’s 7th Annual Reindeer Run
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Berlin’s 7th Annual Reindeer Run

(Dec. 4, 2014) The town of Berlin will host its seventh annual Reindeer Run on Saturday, Dec. 6. The 5K will start at 9 a.m. and the one-mile…

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A Warm Invitation to the Holidays in America’s Coolest Small Town
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A Warm Invitation to the Holidays in America’s Coolest Small Town

The weather has gotten decidedly cooler, but there is a warmth surrounding America’s Coolest Small Town – Berlin Md.  This Holiday Season, Berlin promises their Coolest Christmas ever,…

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All aboard for ‘phase II’ excursion train study
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All aboard for ‘phase II’ excursion train study

(Nov. 21, 2014) While not without its share of problems, challenges and questions to be answered, the feasibility study of an excursion train running through Worcester County contained…

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Big day for Mystic Harbour plant, now with 450K gpd
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Big day for Mystic Harbour plant, now with 450K gpd

By Brian Gilliland (Oct 24, 2014) Upgrades, promotions and a ceremonial unveiling all heralded the arrival of Worcester County’s newest general in the fight against effluent. At Tuesday’s…

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Wal-Mart employees respond to health cuts
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Wal-Mart employees respond to health cuts

By Brian Gilliland (Oct. 24, 2014) The recent news of Wal-Mart ending health coverage for part-time employees was dwarfed only by Ebola, ISIS and possibly election coverage in…

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P.G. County man dies in collision on Route 50 west
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P.G. County man dies in collision on Route 50 west

(June 13, 2014) A 22-year-old Prince George’s County man died early Sunday morning from injuries suffered in a single-vehicle collision on Route 50 west of Riddle Lane, which…

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Berlin’s ‘coolness’ spreads wealth across entire county
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Berlin’s ‘coolness’ spreads wealth across entire county

(March 14, 2014) America’s Coolest Small Town designation for Berlin is expected to increase tourism and revenue there and elsewhere in Worcester County, and the county’s tourism director…

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