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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
Local Sports Teams: Berlin Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Berlin Major Colleges

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

Berlin News
Ex-senator Gives up Right to Vote to Remove Name From Ballot

A former Maryland senator has given up his right to vote to remove his name from the June Democratic primary ballot. Nathaniel Oaks pleaded guilty to fraud charges in a federal bribery case last month.

Berlin storeowners lose almost 'everything' in fire

Berlin storeowners suffer irreplaceable losses from Main Street fire Owners of Attics of My Life say the fire on Main Street in Berlin was devastating to the store. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/maryland/2018/04/23/fire-damages-main-street-store-berlin/541593002/ A fire broke out at Attics of My Life Retail Store and Studio at 11 South Main Street in Berlin, Md.

Food Lion to host job fairs at multiple Delmarva locations

Food Lion, Inc. will host a job fair on Saturday, April 21 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM at several locations on Delmarva. Officials say they are hiring for 175 seasonal part-time and full-time associate positions.

Boardwalkin' For Pets, Annual Dinner To Benefit Shelter

Are you ready to walk the walk and show your support for the homeless dogs and cats in our community? If so, then join the Worcester County Humane Society for a weekend of fundraising fun that includes the 19th Annual Boardwalkin' for Pets on Saturday, April 21. Adults 21 and older are invited to a dinner and silent auction on Friday, April 20 from 4-8 p.m. at Seacrets. Advance tickets will be available for purchase online or at the shelter and will cost $30 in advance and $35 at the door.

Witness Who Says Police Broke His Nose Could Get $90K

Baltimore could pay $90,000 to a man who says police broke his nose after he declined to make a witness statement about a robbery. The city's Board of Estimates is scheduled to vote on the settlement Wednesday.

Traffic stop sparks medical marijuana rally

Medical marijuana advocates rally for fairer treatment from police A group of medical marijuana advocates rallied for better police relations outside the Maryland State Police barracks in Berlin, Md. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/2018/04/12/medical-marijuana-police-response/498633002/ A group of medical marijuana advocates walk along Ocean Gateway near the Maryland State Police Barrack V in Berlin on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.

Berlin Residents Speak Out Against Proposed Subdivision

As the town's planning commission reviewed a concept plan for a residential subdivision at 33 Burley St., neighbors said they were opposed to the proposal. "You're getting ready to open Pandora's box," Burley Street resident Barry Neeb said.

04/12/2018 | Cops And Courts - April 13, 2018 | News Ocean City MD

No major injuries were reported after a school bus carrying 24 students to Most Blessed Sacrament School on Tuesday collided with a passenger vehicle at the intersection of Route 589 and Beauchamp Road. Just before 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Maryland State Police troopers from the Berlin barrack responded to the motor vehicle collision.

Maryland court deals blow to homicide charges in overdoses, Anne...

Patrick Joseph Thomas, 57, of Berlin. Maryland's Court of Special Appeals ruled a jury incorrectly convicted him of a manslaughter charge in connection with a fatal heroin overdose.

Study Finds Berlin Fire Company - Not Sufficiently Funded' For Services Provided

The consulting firm tasked with studying Berlin Fire Company funding released a report this week identifying more than two dozen recommendations for the organization. On Tuesday, Berlin officials released the fire and emergency medical services funding study completed by Matrix Consulting Group.

School bus driver charged in Worcester Co. crash

A school bus driver was charged after police say a bus carrying over 20 students was involved in a crash, in Berlin. Maryland State Police say on Tuesday, just before 8:00 AM, the MSP Berlin Barrack responded to a crash involving a school bus and a car at the intersection of Racetrack Road and Beauchamp Road.

Berlin Man Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting a 10-Year-Old Girl

SNOW HILL , Md.- The Worcester County State's Attorney's Office says a Berlin man has been found guilty by a jury on all charges in connection with a child sex abuse case. According to the State's Attorney, back in August of 2017, investigators responded to a domestic complaint on Libertytown Road in Berlin.

Maryland Lawmakers Work on School Safety, Crime, on Last Day

Maryland lawmakers will be working to finalize measures aimed at fighting crime and improving school safety on the last day of the legislative session. The 90-day session is scheduled to end Monday at midnight.

Berlin Man Sentenced in Sex Abuse Case of Teenage Piano Student

The United States Attorney's Office said Friday that a Berlin man was sentenced to 20 years in prison after he was found guilty of sexually abusing his former teenage piano student. According to the Attorney's Office, Mark Chuvala , 41, of Berlin, Md., was found guilty on January 30, 2018, on three counts of second degree child sexual abuse, and other charges, following several years of incidents starting seven years ago.

Student Disciplined After Noose Found Hanging in Stephen Decatur Bathroom

BERLIN , Md.- A student has been disciplined after a noose was found hanging in a bathroom at Stephen Decatur High School in Berlin earlier this week. Worcester County Public Schools officials said the noose, made out of a piece of clothing, was found in a boys' bathroom on Wednesday, which also happened to be the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.

Maryland Bill to Give Extra $178M to MTA Heads to Governor

The Maryland General Assembly has approved a bill that will give an extra $178 million to the state agency that operates the subway in Baltimore. The House of Delegates passed the bill Thursday night and it now heads to Gov. Larry Hogan.

Man Convicted Of Assault After Flashing Fake Gun At Large H2Oi Crowd

A Berlin man, arrested in September for brandishing a replica handgun at a large crowd gathered on the side of Coastal Highway, was found guilty on all charges following a jury trial this week. It took a Worcester County jury all of about four minutes on Wednesday to find Justin Hess, 31, of Berlin, guilty of all charges including second-degree assault and reckless endangerment for the incident during the unsanctioned H2Oi event in September.

Fake gun incident at H2Oi: Man found guilty

Justin Hess of Berlin was found guilty of second-degree assault and other charges during H2OI in September 2017 in Ocean City, prosecutors said. Fake gun incident at H2Oi: Berlin man found guilty Justin Hess of Berlin was found guilty of second-degree assault and other charges during H2OI in September 2017 in Ocean City, prosecutors said.

Maryland casinos set revenue record in March

Maryland's six casinos combined to set a monthly revenue record in March, topping $150 million for the first time, according to the state's gaming regulatory agency. The casinos were led by MGM National Harbor, which generated $60.4 million from slots and table games - its most ever in a month, the Lottery and Gaming Control Agency said.

Sussex County Traffic Stop Leads to Recovered $5,000 in Stolen Goods

Delaware State Police arrested a Wilmington couple Wednesday after troopers pulled their car over for speeding and found stolen merchandise in their back seat. According to DSP, troopers stopped a car for speeding on U.S 113, near Arrow Safety Road just before 2 a.m. Wednesday.

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