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Past articles by Gino:

State data undercuts the bail reform backlash

Less than 2 percent of criminal defendants in Rochester were arrested on violent felonies while free without bail. → Read More

Meet Ocean City's internet sensation, the pine cone dog

The pine cone collecting of Joey and Judy Sweren's dog Buddy took the internet by storm last week. → Read More

Marnie Oursler builds on family legacy of builders

From her great-great-grandfather to herself, Marnie Oursler of Marnie Homes carries a family legacy of builders. → Read More

Fun Fair brings Easter flair to OC convention center

The 17th annual Easter Fun Fair brings together kids, crafts and community at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center → Read More

St. Paul's By the Sea rebuild to begin in April

St. Paul's By the Sea, which was partially destroyed by a fatal fire in 2013, is set to begin rebuilding this month. → Read More

Attempted robbery in Georgetown nets three arrests

Three people were arrested after an attempted robbery at a victim's home in Georgetown → Read More

Camden-Wyoming woman found guilty in Ed's Chicken crash

Michelle Small, 37 of Camden-Wyoming, was found guilty in a DUI which resulted in the burning of Dewey's Ed's Chicken. → Read More

Mother's Cantina: OC's 1st ocean-friendly restaurant

Owner Ryan James was honored at the restaurant for his dedication to sustainable practices. → Read More

South Bethany Beach bans smoking on the beach

The Town of South Bethany passed a vote to ban smoking on the beach and on walkways leading to it. → Read More

9-year-old girl inspires drive to help others with cancer

Brianna Merritt, a third grader at Showell Elementary, inspired a school to come together. → Read More

Assateague National Seashore confronts mounting threats

With mounting impact of sea level rise and storm damage, the Assateague Island National Seashore has a plan. → Read More

Liquid Assets owner to open Our Harvest in Fenwick

The owner of Liquid Assets, John Trader, is set to open a new restaurant named Our Harvest in Fenwick Island → Read More

2 pinned in crash after turn signal confusion, police say

After a car collided with a truck in Fenwick Island, a man and woman were extracted from the wreck with Jaws of LIfe. → Read More

Berlin, Chincoteague rally around girl with leukemia

In Berlin, a March 31 event will grant people the chance to help 9 year old Brianna Merritt's fight against leukemia → Read More

Bethany builder Marnie Ousler to premiere on DIY

Marnie Custom Homes, a builder based in Bethany Beach, will be featured on the DIY Network's Big Beach Builds → Read More

Caretakers seek to counter sea swamping Assateague

As sea levels continue to rise, Assateague Island has been forced to face the future and adapt → Read More

Millions over budget, Rehoboth takes heat on spending

"We're pulling from our rainy day fund, but it's not raining," Commissioner Paul Kuhns said. "We need transparency here." → Read More

Rehoboth Beach tent, canopy ban passes

A ban on Rehoboth Beach beach fires, tents and canopies has passed, with one vote against. → Read More

$1 millon Bethany fire is still under investigation

A Tuesday house fire which caused $1 million in damages is still under investigation → Read More

Ocean City extends season but strives to be year-round

Ocean City tourism season has grown significantly in the past 40 years with events, but year-round status still sought. → Read More