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Electricity costs in Berlin tend to go down

BERLIN – The city’s energy costs have fallen despite rising costs throughout the economy. A recent comparison provided to the city by its electricity consultants shows that the city’s energy costs were lower this year than last year. “The overall cost hasn’t gone up, it has gone down,” said City Administrator Jeff Fleetwood. According to…

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“Humble Hero” awarded the Carnegie Medal for saving a child thrown from a vehicle on a bridge

OCEAN CITY – The “humble hero” who jumped from the Highway 90 bridge into the water below to save a baby last May has been honored with the Carnegie Medal, the highest honor in North America for the civil heroism. The Carnegie Hero Fund commission announced on Monday Jonathan Bauer, vice president of information services at…

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West OC arson suspect previously diagnosed with arson

West OC arson suspect previously diagnosed with arson

WEST OCEAN CITY – A notorious local arsonist is being held without bail this week after being arrested in an arson attack in West Ocean City that destroyed a house and boathouse and damaged three other homes. Shortly after the fire, the Worcester County Fire Marshal’s Office concluded that the cause of the fire was arson …

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Atlantic General Hospital’s Penguin Swim returns January 1; Funds raised for the benefit of the community hospital

Atlantic General Hospital's Penguin Swim returns January 1;  Funds raised for the benefit of the community hospital

OCEAN CITY – The Annual Atlantic General Hospital Penguin Swim returns to the beaches of Ocean City on New Years Day. On Saturday January 1, Atlantic General Hospital (AGH) will host its 28th Annual Penguin Swim at the Princess Royale Oceanfront Hotel on 91st Street. As tradition dictates, swimmers will brave the icy waters of …

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