County-run liquor store in Snow Hill to close Dec. 31
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County-run liquor store in Snow Hill to close Dec. 31

(Nov. 21,2014) Deregulation and a new liquor license granted to the owners of the Snow…

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Coastal Bays to manage Grey’s Creek
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Coastal Bays to manage Grey’s Creek

(Nov. 21,2014) After a misfire in March, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program has a signed…

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County Briefs 11/21/14
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County Briefs 11/21/14

Verizon for a year The county currently uses a T1 connection for many of its…

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Work on Route 113 this wknd.
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Work on Route 113 this wknd.

(Nov. 14, 2014) Separate from the ongoing repaving efforts along the same stretch of road,…

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Messick offers affordable furniture at Furnish Again
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Messick offers affordable furniture at Furnish Again

(Nov. 14, 2014) Landlords, rental agents, Realtors and anyone else with a need for low-cost…

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Aquaculture spat grows deeper than the oysters
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Aquaculture spat grows deeper than the oysters

(Nov 14,2014) Culminating but not yet climaxing with the decision of the Worcester County Commissioners…

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Schools to get private help
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Schools to get private help

(Nov. 14, 2014) There’s more than one way to boost funding for education and there’s…

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Mathias takes another close race
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Mathias takes another close race

(Nov. 14, 2014) In another customarily close race to the finish, incumbent Senator Jim Mathias…

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Elementary school students decorate boxes for troops
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Elementary school students decorate boxes for troops

(Nov. 7, 2014) Operation We Care, a 501(c)3 charitable organization is ending its eighth year…

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Expansion of schools plan nipped
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Expansion of schools plan nipped

(Nov. 7,2014) The expectation of a smooth approval process came back to haunt the Worcester…

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