Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School’s Intermediate Pod (second-fifth grades), celebrated Thanksgiving with a prayer service and a feast cooked by their teachers. Students reflected on what they were thankful for during the past year. Pictured, from left, are Justin Venasco’s 4th grade students, Noelle Hodak and Ramon Murillo.
Sally Custodio, physical education teacher at Berlin Intermediate School, leads the cast of “T’was the Night Before Christmas” in one of its last full rehearsals before their opening show. Susan Pantone helps direct from the sidelines. Students in 4th, 5th and 6th grade will be presenting their show to the students and staff of Berlin… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School fourth grade students Hailey Williams and Hailee Phillips, Worcester County Commissioner Bud Church and Ali Bernard donated money to the school’s recent Humane Society fundraiser to help homeless animals.
It finally happened. The old guy enjoyed himself on a holiday.For what has seemed like a lifetime, Insider has been forced to sit through miserable holiday dinners and special occasions. It’s a terrible time and it’s all because of family. Insider fully subscribes to the saying that says something along the lines of you can… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – Taxi drivers and companies could be facing stricter rules and enforcement in the near future, after discussion at a recent Police Commission meeting resulted in the unanimous agreement to add more teeth to the current regulations.After noticing an increase in complaints over taxis this past summer, Ocean City Police Sergeant Scott Harner… Read more »
Partnership Site AnnouncedSALISBURY — The Peninsula Regional Health System, which recently broke ground for a new 25,000-square-foot building at the Woodbrooke Medical Center complex in Salisbury, has announced that Peninsula/NRH Regional Rehab, a physical rehabilitation partnership between the Medical Center and National Rehabilitation Hospital Ambulatory Services (NRHAS), will be located at the Woodbrooke campus. NRHAS… Read more »
One man’s suspicious is another man’s quirky.While driving to the in-laws the day before the annual turkey slaughter last week, I passed a number of blinking neon signs that were notifying drivers to “report suspicious activity.”I was in the midst of an Ipod shuffle that was a bit too mellow for my liking (think Elliott… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – As the holiday season rapidly approaches businesses prepare for the rush of holiday shoppers. Crabcake Factory U.S.A. is also getting ready for the seasonal rush, as they get ready to ship out thousands of orders for the holiday season.Johnny Brooks, owner and CEO of the Crabcake Factory, sat down with The Dispatch… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – Thanks to a tip from alert citizens, Ocean City Police early Monday morning arrested a local man on burglary charges at an unoccupied residence on Robin Drive and have linked the suspect to several other burglaries in the area.Early Monday morning, resort police got a call from alert residents on Robin Drive… Read more »
A fundraiser for the mission team heading to Gulfport, Miss. early next year was held at the 707 Sports Bar & Grille recently. Pictured are Bill Rados, left, and Matt Rados (right), owners of the 707, with Dan Jones, center, coordinator for the Katrina trip. About 30 volunteers will work on homes in the Gulfport… Read more »