Gov Moore Announces $2.25-million to Support Local Housing & Community Revitalization

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Governor Wes Moore Friday announced $2.25-million in grant funding for local government and non-profit organizations to to help revitalize neighborhoods. The funding – through the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Operating Assistance Grant programs – will assist local governments, Main Street communities, and nonprofits with operating costs associated with local housing efforts and…

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Overnight Fire in Fruitland Ruled Accidental

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An electrical failure in the area of the water heater/furnace sparked a fire at around 1 a.m. on East Main Street in Fruitland in Wicomico County. It didn’t take long for 25 firefighters to control the blaze, which ended up causing an estimated $30,000 in damage.

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Millsboro Downtown Revitalization Plans Move Forward

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Millsboro is moving into another phase of its downtown revitalization plan. A project is getting underway on West State Street to replace sidewalks, repave the road and improve the stormwater collection system. Town and State funds will pay for the project, which comes after a sidewalk replacement project along Main Street, and repaving of the…

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Fire at Farmington Home Sunday Morning

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Fire crews from Farmington, Greenwood and Harrington as well as paramedic units were called early Sunday a house fire on Main Street in Farmington.  The call came in just after 5am and firefighters arriving at the scene found flames showing from the rear of the home.  The State Fire Marshal is investigating. 

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What Is Next for the Rehoboth Avenue Barricades?

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Last week, city commissioners approved a plan to install barricades along Rehoboth Avenue in an effort to help town restaurants that apply for outdoor seating. The barricades started going up on Rehoboth Avenue early Friday. “The goal is to aid social distancing and allow restaurants to expand with outdoor dining,” explains Comm. Susan Gay. “I…

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UPDATED: Fire Investigation at Dagsboro Paint & Wallpaper Continues

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UPDATED 7/31/19 – State Fire Marshal inspectors are still looking into the cause and origin of Saturday’s fire at Dagsboro Paint and Wallpaper. Fire crews were called to the scene just after noon and found fire showing. Multiple fire companies assisted to battle the blaze – there were no injuries. Damage is estimated at $50,000.…

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MSP Looking for Information in December 2 Hit & Run in Willards

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Maryland State Police in Wicomico County were called for a crash at Main Street and Old Ocean City Road in Willards around 6:30pm on December 2nd.  A vehicle collided with a Toyota Avalon on the passenger side.  The driver and passenger – both under the age of 18 were not injured.  Witnesses say a small…

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2 Alarm Fire in Downtown Berlin

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Berlin firefighters are on the scene of a 2 alarm fire on South Main Street in Berlin.  Fire broke out just before 8:30 at Attics of My Life.  Fire crews from all over northern Worcester County as well as Wicomico County are helping to battle the blaze.  

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