For first time in history of Worcester County, Republican voters outnumber Democrats
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For first time in history of Worcester County, Republican voters outnumber Democrats

(Oct. 24, 2014) While the Eastern Shore votes as reliably red as the western shore…

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Hospitals prepped for every scenario–not just Ebola
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Hospitals prepped for every scenario–not just Ebola

By Brian Gilliland (Oct 24, 2014) The signs hang ominously in the windows of medical…

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Virgil Shockley sees future of Worcester in broadband
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Virgil Shockley sees future of Worcester in broadband

By Brian Gilliland (Oct. 24, 2014) For all Virgil Shockley has said over the 16…

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Elder challenges Shockley on platform of cutting waste
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Elder challenges Shockley on platform of cutting waste

By Brian Gilliland (Oct. 24, 2014) Armed with a copy of the Constitution in his…

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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…

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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…

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County Briefs, 10/10/14
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County Briefs, 10/10/14

By Brian Gilliland Staff Writer Berlin library stutter steps to start Finding the previous plan…

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OC Today boosts staff by two
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OC Today boosts staff by two

(Oct. 10, 2014) In an effort to provide more complete coverage and a broader depth…

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Wor-Wic hacks out $800K for cyber-tech
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Wor-Wic hacks out $800K for cyber-tech

(Oct. 10, 2014) You’ve got your malware, spyware, bloatware, DDoS attacks, worms, spam, rootkits, cookies,…

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County hazard plan: rising sea levels, landslides?
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County hazard plan: rising sea levels, landslides?

(Oct. 10, 2014) While reading any hazard report with a nonzero entry for risk of…

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