A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Furnishings Store Add Nursery Dept.OCEAN CITY – No longer will expecting parents have to travel far to purchase nursery furniture, as Kendall Home Furnishings of Ocean City has introduced a new nursery department.Currently, many local residents have to travel over an hour to shop for their baby’s furniture. Owner Joe Kendall, who owns and operates… Read more »

Adult Education Students Honored

Adult Education students were honored on Aug. 14 by the Board of Education for earning their Maryland High School Diplomas through Worcester County Public Schools’ General Educational Development (GED) program. Presenting Certificates of Achievement to the graduates are Board of Education President Garry Mumford, left, Adult Education Lead Teacher Mark Ferraro, second from left, and… Read more »

Annual Baker ‘Crab Bash’

During the Baker’s Annual “Crab Bash” at the American Legion in Berlin, over 100 family members and friends surprised Marion “Bake” Baker with an 80th birthday party in his honor. Pictured with Baker are, from left, his grandson Brooks, great-grandchildren Lily Belle and Bobby and son Bob Baker.

United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore

United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently held its third annual CEO Breakfast to provide local business leaders with a “State of United Way” briefing and to highlight the impact the business community is making in the lives of neighbors in need. Pictured, from left, are keynote speakers Bill Middleton, United Way Board President,… Read more »

Fatherhood Adventures

In my line of work, it’s a little embarrassing to say I am learning a whole new vocabulary these days, but it’s true. Call it just one of the many benefits from having a newborn in the house.Whether this new set of vocabulary terms is increasing my intelligence I don’t know, but I am much… Read more »

A Fresh Look At Manufacturing

A Fresh Look At Manufacturing

BERLIN – It has happened before: The economy cools, consumer spending sags, employment declines, corporate earnings fall back, and suddenly a stock market that only months earlier had touched record highs is reeling. What the U.S. is going through now is partly a result of market and economic cycles, partly a matter of circumstances unique… Read more »

What’s Your Sign?

What’s Your Sign?

ARIES (March 21 to April 19): With your Arian charm quotient at an almost all-time high this week, plus all the facts to back you up, you just might win over the last doubters to your proposal.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): You might be in line for that job change you applied for. But… Read more »

Things I Like

Things I Like

When my son falls asleep in the carSeptember baseball pennant races A hurricane that veers away from landA big, old oak treeSpotting a hummingbird buzzing aboutA car’s reverse lights in a crowded parking lotAn old beach cruiserThe beach in SeptemberBen Bradlee’s “A Good Life”Fresh guacamole and chipsTaking a nap in a hammock