Sharing A Wealth Of Values

BERLIN – With unprecedented wealth poised to transfer to the next generation, the creators of that wealth are giving serious thought to how they want to build a strong, lasting legacy. Minimizing estate and gift taxes has always been important, but “our clients today want to transfer their family values and to have their legacy… Read more »

“No Doubt About It”

This time of year always gets me thinking and inevitably, doubting what is coming next.Once the blitzkrieg of summer starts to relent and the booming bass coming from the departing college student’s pre-owned vehicles has faded off into the distance, you find locals popping their heads out into the general population and having those “hey,… Read more »

What’s Your Sign?

What’s Your Sign?

ARIES (March 21 to April 19): You might not like the sudden setback in your plans. But keep that headstrong Arian temperament in check and wait for explanations. Things will begin to clear up by week’s end.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): Enjoy the respite from your recent hectic schedule, but be ready to plunge… Read more »

Things We Like

Things We Like

My husband bringing me tea in the morning Sitting on my back porch sipping tea with my husband A gentle breeze wafting through an open window on a spring day The hum of a fan on a warm summer night Visiting a pumpkin patch on a crisp, clear autumn day Hanging out with my husband,… Read more »

Things I Like

Things I Like

Kids who like to read books Setting a goal and reaching it The book, “Bringing Down The House” The clumsiness of a puppy Returning a favor An entire day off with no work Switch hitters in baseball Bryan Russo’s music Opening a fresh can of tennis balls The movie “The Cider House Rules” How John… Read more »

Weight Loss Competitor Overcoming Odds

BERLIN – According to 51-year-old Quintin Dennis, the most outrageous thing he has every done is “get out of shape.” Along with the 10 other active contestants of “Delmarva’s Weight Loss Challenge,” he’s working hard to get back in shape so that he can live a better and fuller life. Permanently disabled in 2001 due… Read more »

State Drought Disaster Designation Expected

BERLIN – Governor Martin O’Malley confirmed with U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns this week that a drought disaster declaration for the entire state of Maryland would soon formally be announced.O’Malley called Johanns yesterday for an update on Maryland’s request for a drought disaster designation. This designation, in response to O’Malley’s July 26 request… Read more »