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Snow Hill goes all out for Miss Patti Cake

SNOW HILL — An award-winning cake decorator is opening a bakery in Snow Hill, where she’ll feature her jaw-dropping and delicious 3-D cakes. Patti McDermott, 26, is planning for an early September opening of her shop, which she will call ...

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Md. T-shirt company donated revenue to charities

FENWICK ISLAND — For many people, 302 or 410 are simply the first three digits dialed on the phone when calling friends or family. For Salty Project ltd., the numbers mean more. The T-shirt company sells shirts in three area ...

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Fewer farmers using Ocean City’s sludge

OCEAN CITY — Fewer farmers are using Ocean City’s processed sludge as fertilizer, leaving the resort to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to send the mess to the dump — when it used to give it away ...

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Filmmaker aims for Ocean City shoot in September

OCEAN CITY — Filmmaker Michael Tully began envisioning a script in the early 1990s for a movie set during a 1985 family vacation. It centers around a teenage boy obsessed with ping pong and the then-burgeoning hip-hop music genre, based ...

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Lower Shore leaders working together for development

SALISBURY — Maryland’s secretary for business and economic development rallied Lower Shore leaders behind a state venture capital initiative that seeks to invest millions of dollars into companies and entrepreneurs with innovative ideas. The state is poised to award a ...

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Heat has Eastern Shore farmers worried about corn crops

PRINCESS ANNE — The intense heat during the past few days has local farmers worried about their corn crops, which are approaching the critical tasseling stage. “The corn is stressed,” said Richard Nottingham, a University of Maryland Extension Agent in ...

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