12/09/2021 | A week in business – December 10, 2021


The Supreme Court asked to hear the challenge to the OC Topless order

OCEAN CITY – Dissatisfied with the dismissal of an appeal to the United States Court of Appeals, plaintiffs’ attorneys challenging Ocean City’s order banning female topless breasts have asked the Supreme Court this week for United States to take up the matter. Earlier this year, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit dismissed a request for …

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The state describes the pathways for schools to follow to end compulsory masks; No school system in the state qualifies at this time

The state describes the pathways for schools to follow to end compulsory masks;  No school system in the state qualifies at this time

SNOW HILL – Despite an emergency regulation approved by the state school board this week, mask requirements will continue for the time being at public schools in Worcester County. The Maryland State Board of Education voted on Tuesday to approve a rule that would lift mask warrants if certain COVID-19 measures are followed. Here in Worcester …

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Margaritaville developer suspends project for the moment

Margaritaville developer suspends project for the moment

OCEAN CITY – While the Margaritaville resort and resort proposed for an entire ocean block doesn’t appear officially dead, it is certainly on the back burner. Late last summer, the Ocean City Planning Commission reviewed concept plans for the Margaritaville Hotel and Resort, which, if approved, would virtually encompass…

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The Berlin Chamber organizes a house lights tour

The Berlin Chamber organizes a house lights tour

BERLIN – A new Holiday Lights Tour will showcase the city’s brightest homes next week. The Berlin Chamber of Commerce announced plans for the “This House is Lit Berlin” Christmas tour this week. Residents who have decorated their homes are encouraged to include their home on the room’s tourist guide map. “Between…

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