SNOW HILL – State elected officials called for something to be done to prevent future serious congestion on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge during the Maryland Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) annual tour meeting with Worcester County elected officials.State Sen. Lowell Stoltzfus, co-chair of a recent Bay Bridge study conducted under former Gov. Bob Ehrlich’s administration, said… Read more »
SNOW HILL – A lawsuit filed last February by the co-owners of a house in Newark against the Maryland and Delaware Railroad Company seeking nearly $1 million for damage to their home and disruption of their lives allegedly caused by a train derailment along Route 113 nearly four years ago was dismissed last week when… Read more »
Students in Mrs. Vit’s fifth grade at Berlin Intermediate School class show off their volcano diagrams. Students are learning about a variety of natural disasters in their “Nature’s Fury” reading unit. Here are Reed Watson, Sarah Bright and Cole Mumford.
The Johnson’s Country Market Hayride was this pre-kindergarten group’s favorite part of the Tidewater School by the Sea’s field trip. Pictured riding around the farm were Elliott Rhoades, Matthew Corrigan and Ben Dietz.
Buckingham Elementary School’s “Students of the Month” for September are pictured. Above are fourth-grade honorees Keioura Price, Katlyn Timmons, Daniel Tyndall and Jenna Morlock.
Contractor Makes AdditionSALISBURY – Gillis Gilkerson, Inc., General Contractors, Construction Management, in Salisbury, has announced the addition of Barbara J. Stack of Berlin to the firm for Business Development. Stack’s diverse 25 years of architectural and construction experience began as an architectural design apprentice for many years under G. Donald Bowen of Salisbury. 15 years… Read more »
It seems like everyone is going to college these days. That’s all well and good, but Insider wonders when it became a requirement to be a so-called somebody or a success you had to have a college degree. When did going off to an over-priced school of alleged higher learning become required to be a… Read more »
That the presidential election is nearThe nip in the air on a fall morningAny kind of tax creditWatching my son roll overJack Hanna’s animalsThat the Phillies made the World SeriesLoading up on candy for HalloweenPeanut butter on an appleThose green and orange pumpkinsPants fresh from the dry cleanerThe Inlet when the ocean is rough
If you take a little one enough places, you are bound to have some interesting experiences and encounters, many of which deal with how unique some people respond to babies. Some of these reactions, some funny, others genuine, deserve a little rehashing. It’s the kind of stuff you could not make up if you tried…. Read more »
BERLIN – High-quality bonds have become particularly attractive in recent months, especially as several factors continue to weigh on the market — from the crisis in the financial markets to recessionary pressures. What’s more, according to David Rosenberg, Chief North American Economist at Merrill Lynch, “The economic pressures we face today could stretch into the… Read more »