Kindergarten students from Sheri Brueckner’s class at Ocean City Elementary School, Cory Braica and Betul Yucel, point to a picture to answer a safety question put forth by Deputy Crisafolli from the Worcester County Sheriff’s Department as part of the DARE program.
Sammy, the carrot-munching rabbit, visited Worcester Prep Lower School students to encourage good habits in saving. The program was sponsored by Maryland Cooperative Extension and included a high-energy presentation on financial literacy. Pictured with Sammy are Isabella Osias, Bethany Beach; Cameron Langeler, Salisbury; Casey Clayland, Ocean City; Keegan Pando, Lewes; Alex Canakis, Ocean City; (back)… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School honored the November Students of the Month at a luncheon sponsored by the Berlin-Ocean City Opti-Ms. Pictured, first row from left, are first graders Marley Auker, Alea Baily, Michelle Cuevas-Hernandez, Kaitlyn Peters and Chase Porter; second row, second graders Braeden Dang, Deja Kellam, Stephanie Marx, Yarden Rafaeli and Zina Sbih; third… Read more »
During American Education Week (AEW), Snow Hill Middle students participated in an essay contest focusing on AEW’s theme of “Great American Public Schools: A Basic Right and Our Responsibility.” Pictured, from left, are essay winners Sara Welch (seventh grade), second place, and Rachel Allman (eighth grade), first place. Submitted Photos
You don’t need a picket sign to want some sort of change in this world. And that doesn’t necessarily mean that the best way to get that change is to go tour the television morning show circuit either, even though more people will pay attention to you if Matt Lauer is asking you questions. Unfortunately,… Read more »
Wound Care Center OpensBERLIN – Atlantic General Hospital announced recently the opening of its new Wound Care Center. Located at 10231 Old Ocean City Boulevard in the new James G. Barrett Medical Office Building, the program specializes in the treatment of problem wounds, a growing concern spurred by an aging US population and the increase… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – Organizers of the annual marathon in Ocean City addressed some of the uncertainties surrounding the event’s future this week with a statement posted on its website.The event organizer, Extreme Dream Events, released a statement to the media and the public on Monday after The Dispatch published a story last week questioning whether… Read more »
American Legion Sinepuxent Post 166, Ocean City, recently presented a $1,000 donation to the Worcester County Veterans Memorial at Ocean Pines. Shown accepting the donation from Post Commander Sarge Garlitz are Memorial Co-chairmen Roseann Bridgman and Sharyn O’Hare.
Cat & Canine Comforts, located in the Decatur Business Center in West Ocean City, added to the Pink Ribbon Classic total with its donation of $100 from the sale of Pink Loofah Dogs during the month of October. Owners Nancy and Steve Schwendeman presented the check to Pink Ribbon Committee member Nancy Dofflemeyer last week…. Read more »
BERLIN – When Congress created the alternative minimum tax, or AMT, in 1969, it was designed to ensure that the wealthiest paid at least some tax by closing tax loopholes and limiting shelters. In fact, it’s called the AMT because of the alternative set of rules for determining the minimum tax wealthy investors must pay…. Read more »