Teachers ‘walk in’ in protest
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Teachers ‘walk in’ in protest

(May 29, 2015) While nothing will be finalized until the Worcester County Commissioners formally adopt…

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Commissioners’ priorities revealed in strategic plan
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Commissioners’ priorities revealed in strategic plan

(April 24, 2015) During the winter Maryland Association of Counties meeting early this year, the…

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County briefs 4/24
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County briefs 4/24

County health plan Keeping the existing healthcare plan offered to current employees of the county…

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With purchases imminent, county keeps EDU system
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With purchases imminent, county keeps EDU system

(April 24, 2015) After hearing the results of a Municap study during their first meeting…

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Inlet upkeep falling behind shifting sands of channel
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Inlet upkeep falling behind shifting sands of channel

(April 10, 2015) Semiannual dredging may not be enough to maintain the Ocean City inlet…

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County, city still far apart on tax grants
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County, city still far apart on tax grants

By Brian Gilliland Staff Writer (March 27, 2015) The effort has gotten more traction than…

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Salary lag front-and-center issue for ‘16 school budget
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Salary lag front-and-center issue for ‘16 school budget

(March 27, 2015) By increasing their commute, Worcester County teachers could earn more money in…

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County scrambles for money in face of shortfall
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County scrambles for money in face of shortfall

(March 20, 2015) Worcester County’s fiscal 2016 budget book would be soaked in red ink…

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County briefs 3/20/15
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County briefs 3/20/15

(March 20, 2015) The Worcester County Commissioners discussed the following issues during their meeting last…

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County facing shortage as reserves empty out
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County facing shortage as reserves empty out

(Feb. 27, 2015) Worcester Treasurer Phil Thompson was not expecting applause after his presentation of…

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