Bond sale returns $300K more than CFO anticipated
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Bond sale returns $300K more than CFO anticipated

(June 19, 2015) Earlier in the month the Worcester County Commissioners empowered Treasurer Phil Thompson…

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County wrestles with shoreline hearing system
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County wrestles with shoreline hearing system

(June 19, 2015) Balancing lower fees and quicker decisions with the need for public comment…

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Phase 2 excursion train study short on numbers
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Phase 2 excursion train study short on numbers

(June 19, 2015) In what appeared to be a stumble for the Berlin-to-Snow Hill excursion…

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Teachers, staff look at deal
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Teachers, staff look at deal

(June 12, 2015) While details of a pay proposal put before teachers and support staff…

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GlenRiddle deadlines extended
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GlenRiddle deadlines extended

(May 29, 2015) The expansion of the GlenRiddle wastewater plant, which would extend sewer service…

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Supreme court rules against ‘double’ piggyback tax in Md.
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Supreme court rules against ‘double’ piggyback tax in Md.

(May 22, 2015) In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled earlier this week that…

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Hybrid tax plan to close county budget gap
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Hybrid tax plan to close county budget gap

(May 22, 2015) After contentious discussions, failed motions and other agonizing over the best way…

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Fatal crash in Worcester County
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Fatal crash in Worcester County

(May 15, 2015) Three people were killed in a single-car crash near Girdletree Monday evening,…

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Onset of summer weather brings in high pollen count
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Onset of summer weather brings in high pollen count

(May 15, 2015) Remember, as most of us were shoveling snow and de-icing windows with…

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County eyeing 8-cent tax hike to close ‘16 budget gap
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County eyeing 8-cent tax hike to close ‘16 budget gap

(May 15, 2015) Although nothing has been finalized, some clues began to emerge Tuesday as…

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