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About: Berlin, MD

Berlin is located is the northwest part of Worcester County, Maryland, which is in the southeastern-most part of the state. Oliver Purnell, the men’s basketball coach at DePaul University in Chicago, is from Berlin, as is Texans running back Ben Tate. Richard Gere and Julia Roberts filmed the movie, “Runaway Bride” here in 1999.

Population: 4500
Local Newspapers: Berlin News Papers Courier
Local Sports Teams: Berlin Sports Teams
Local Colleges: State UniversityBerlin Major Colleges

Zip Codes associated with Berlin, MD: 21811
Towns/Cities near Berlin, MD : Sinepuxent,Ironshire, Willards, Ocean Pines, Showell

Berlin News
Worcester Prep students explore scientific slime

Worcester Prep Grade 10 biology students, under the direction of teacher Jenn Corron, recently conducted observations in science with Cathy Auxer's and Tracey Berry's kindergarten students. The sophomores and kindergartners worked together to make their own version of scientific slime.

Wanted Berlin Man Nabbed

A Berlin man wanted for failing to appear for trial for an assault case last July was apprehended last week at the Atlantic Club on Route 50 after being disorderly. Around 12:20 a.m. last Wednesday, Worcester County Sheriff's deputies responded to the Atlantic Club on Route 50 for a reported disorderly individual.

Gudelsky Foundation Donates $250K To Coastal Hospice

The Coastal Hospice campaign to bring a facility to Berlin received a big funding boost this week with a $250,000 donation from the Homer and Martha Gudelsky Foundation. Coastal Hospice officials said the substantial gift, the Gudelsky Foundation's second to the fundraising campaign, brought the organization a little more than halfway to its $5 million goal.

Casino kicks out breastfeeding mother because baby was a security risk

A 24-year-old mother has claimed she was kicked out of a casino for breastfeeding her seven-week-old daughter in the lobby. Alanna Panas says she was thrown out by security at the Casino at Ocean Down in Berlin, Maryland, who told her she and daughter Lilly were a 'security risk'.

Suicide Grievers Support Group

Suicide Grievers Support Group, 3rd Wednesday every month, 6 p.m., Worcester County Health Department, Healthway Drive, Berlin, adjacent to Atlantic General Hospital. Open to anyone who has lost a friend or loved one to suicide.

Security Kicks Breast-Feeding Mother Out of Maryland Casino

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Mother Claims She Was Kicked Out Of Maryland Casino For Breastfeeding

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Breastfeeding mom tossed out of casino lobby

An empty baby bottle. A fussy newborn. A deserted casino lobby in Berlin, Md. A chilly and rainy January night.

Trespassing, Heroin At Wal-Mart

A Berlin man was arrested on multiple charges last week after repeated trespassing at the Wal-Mart on Route 50. Shortly before 1 p.m. last Friday, a Worcester County Sheriff's deputy responded to the Wal-Mart in Berlin for a trespassing complaint. The deputy met with the store's asset protection associate and learned a suspect, identified as Christian Robert Boyles, 45, of Berlin, who had been cited for trespassing at the store last June, had been seen again in the store that day.

When Rebuilt, Berlin Library Will Relocate To Nearby Site Purchased By County For $430K

Mark Thomas, director of the Worcester County Library, said land for the new building has been purchased and an architect has started putting together details of the building and its features. Worcester County purchased a 6.11-acre piece of land on Harrison Avenue for $430,000 last year, according to Kim Moses, the county's public information officer.

AGH Penguin Swim Draws Large Turnout

BERLIN , Md.- Roughly 850 participants and numerous spectators celebrated New Year's Day 2015 with the 21st Annual Atlantic General Hospital Penguin Swim. The turnout was fantastic, according to event organizers, thanks to the beautiful sunny weather.

Berlin to test emergency notification system

Berlin to test emergency notification system Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: http://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/maryland/2015/01/06/berlin-test-emergency-notification-system/21331411/ The calls will be made during the afternoon to every individual and business in the system's database, town officials said in a news release. The test will give a chance to town officials to operate the system as if there had been a community-wide disaster, Deputy Town Administrator Mary Bohlen said.

Worcester Prep students learn about programming robots

Senior Christopher Choy, right, Rehoboth Beach, works with Worcester Prep second-graders Ryan Mann, Ocean Pines, Md.; Alex Ray, Berlin, Md.; and Sydney Tingle, Fenwick Island, to teach them the joys and frustrations of programming their robots. Second-graders Brennan Schaeffer, Ocean City, Md.; Danielle Carr, Lewes; Frank Miller, Millsboro; and Carter Lehman, Selbyville, work with Worcester Prep senior Erik Zorn, Ocean City, as they learn programming techniques to make their Finch Robots follow commands.

Worcester Prep in Berlin, Md. recently held its holiday Choral Concert.

A few of the singers in Worcester Prep's Upper School Chorus: Jayan Poduval, Berlin, Md.; Jordan Kilgore, Bishopville, Md.; Davis Taylor, Rehoboth Beach; Charlie Pritchard, Snow Hill, Md.; and Brenner Maull, Salisbury, Md. Some of the singers in the Worcester Prep's Middle School Chorus were: Lexi Willey, Milton; Sophia Ludt, Selbyville; Hannah Perdue, Salisbury, Md.; Devin Wallace, Ocean Pines, Md.; and Jordan Campbell, Berlin, Md.

Police Patch Effort Exceeds Expectations

What began as one local boy's ambitious plan to collect police patches for a school project has blossomed into something much greater, including a timely appreciation for police officers after several national incidents and a helping hand to another child fighting cancer. Each year, kindergarten students around the area are required to come up with a project marking the 100th day of the school year.

Average Resort Property Values Increase For First Time In Six Years; Assessment Notices Up 2.2% In OC

When assessment notices for over 32,000 residential and commercial properties in Ocean City hit mailboxes this week, many owners saw their values hold steady or even decline somewhat, but average resort property values increased overall for the first time in nine years. The State Department of Assessment and Taxation last week sent out property value reassessment notices across Maryland revealing an average increase of just over 8 percent for most in the areas assessed this year.