Fiscal Awareness A Bonus

Fiscal Awareness A Bonus

OCEAN CITY – Thanks to this summer’s drumbeat of scary economic headlines, graduates now entering the workforce are well aware of the financial challenges they face. That’s not a bad thing. Fiscal awareness among recent grads can spur them toward financial preparedness — and independence — as they embark on their careers. And you can… Read more »

My Thoughts

My Thoughts

The old guy had passed the little white building 1,001 times, but things were a little different when he passed the other morning. For one thing, his mood was a little better due to the shot the doctor had given him to ease the pain in his right knee. Looking at that little white building… Read more »

What’s Your Sign?

What’s Your Sign?

ARIES (March 21 to April 19): Your Aries charm helps persuade others to listen to your proposal. But it’s still a long way from acceptance, unless you can stand up to the tough questions that are set to follow.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): Plan to share a weekend getaway from all the pressures of… Read more »

Looking to Fight Cops

Looking to Fight Cops

Looking To Fight CopsOCEAN CITY – An Ocean City man was arrested on assault and disorderly conduct this week after threatening to fight two OCPD officers who woke him from sleeping on a Boardwalk bench. Shortly before 8 p.m. last Saturday, an OCPD officer was dispatched to the area of 3rd Street and the Boardwalk… Read more »

The Week in Business

The Week in Business

Bank Makes PromotionsBERLIN – Raymond M. Thompson, President and C.E.O. of Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company, has announced the following promotions:Nancy Bunting has been promoted to Deposit Operations Officer. Bunting has been with Taylor Bank since April 1996. She was promoted to manager of the bank’s mid-Ocean City office in February of 1999. In August… Read more »

Things I Like

Things I Like

Reaching the bottom of a pile of billsHolding my little boy after a bathThe new marlin display on the boardsChecking out the Inlet during a stormCatching and releasing an undersized fishPhotos of the Assateague poniesA steak and asparagus for dinnerBeing able to take the dogs back to the beachWhen computers work as they are supposed… Read more »

West OC Murder Confession Stands

SNOW HILL – A Worcester County Circuit Court judge this week denied a motion to suppress the confession of the suspect in a West Ocean City murder in April, pointing out the sheer volume of the transcripts of the interrogation revealed a willingness of the suspect to talk about the crime.Roberto Antonio Murillo, 28, of… Read more »