An inside look at the regional arts scene through photographs.
OCEAN CITY – Open container violations will no longer be an arrestable offense in the resort town, after the City Council voted six to one this week to move forward with the proposal to change the offense to a non-arrestable, municipal infraction.For years, local government officials have gone back and forth over the open container… Read more »
Retailer Opens In WOCWEST OCEAN CITY – Michaels Stores, Inc., the nation’s largest specialty retailer of arts and crafts materials, is now open in a 20,000-square-foot retail space at the White Marlin Mall, according to Matt Mittenthal, property manager at Greenberg Gibbons Commercial, the mall’s leasing and property management firm.”For over 20 years, the family… Read more »
The old guy is still in love with his new flat-screen TV his best friend bought him for Christmas. The other night he cranked it up (hit the on button) and inside of one hour he ran up a bill of over $75,000 on planned purchases the advertisers told him he needed. It all has… Read more »
Going to the grocery store these days is much like going to the dentist.It ends up hurting badly, and there is seemingly not a thing that you can do about it.Taking a day off from work to go to the dentist is like having to take vacation days for a funeral. It just sucks, and… Read more »
Inducted into the Pablo Picasso Chapter of the Worcester Preparatory School Spanish National Honor Society were, front from left, Samantha Taraila, Marie Enderle, Marisa Grimes, Chelsea Thaler, Betsy Desmarais, Elizabeth Hudson, Lauren Price, second row, Skylar Wilson, Sarah Ann Showell, Emma Roughton, Tori Dickerson, Alexandra Smith, Brandon Thaler, Victoria Purnell, Elizabeth Twilley, Salisbury; third row,… Read more »
Worcester Prep students inducted into the Bastille French National Honor Society were, front from left, Katie Marshall, Megan Rosales, Julian Greer, back, Paige Spangler, Megan O’Donnell, Thomas Barranger and Bethany Frick. French Instructor Debbie Speier is the sponsor for the honor society.
Showell Elementary School Principal Paula Jones dressed up like a Moroccan princess for third graders to celebrate the last day of MSA testing in April. Jones promised students that she would dress up if they gave the test their best effort. Pictured, from left with Jones, are third graders Sean Chmielewski, Austin Godfrey, Jimmy Brown,… Read more »
Worcester Preparatory School recently held its annual Prom. This year’s court, from left, consisted of Caroline Wyatt, Christian Coates, Caitlin Whalan, Will Regan, Manali Patel, and Jack Townsend.