First graders Jordan Campbell, left, Ocean Pines, and Audrey Stearns, Berlin, do their own brand of dancing at Worcester Prep’s Beat the Winter Blues Spirit event. The event, sponsored by the Parents’ Associationincluded basketball games, competitions, dinner, and musical entertainment.
The students of The Tidewater School by the Sea in Bishopville were excited to see snow falling early in the morning this week at school, but even more excited to actually go play in it outside. Students having a blast playing in the snow are Guilianna Cascio, Gavin Esch, Zach Dietz, Owen Esch, Aidan Kypreos, Lily… Read more »
Ocean City Elementary School honored the January Students of the Month on Wednesday, Jan. 21, with a luncheon and a special cake sponsored by the Ocean City/Berlin Optimists. First row, from left, are Hannah Burke, Ashley Hoffman, Rhiannon Howard, Mae Purnell, Ava VanDornick and Eden Goldfarb; second row, second graders Rakiya Anderson, Alexis Black, Will Brown,… Read more »
BERLIN – Restaurants and retailers in the area sold thousands of dollars in gift certificates and gift cards during the holidays, a fair amount of which might never be used, but a bill introduced in the General Assembly this week could require the sellers to send a large portion of the revenue back to the… Read more »
Anna G. DawsonBERLIN – Anna G. Dawson (McCloskey), beloved wife of the late John J. Dawson, entered heaven on Monday, Jan. 26, 2009.She was a member of St. John Neumann Roman Catholic Church and was active in the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, the Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus Council 9053 and her… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – The human cost of the market downturn can be measured in the number of lives and plans that have changed as a result. With the S&P 500 down nearly 40 percent over the course of the last year, many investors have seen the value of their retirement savings drop. Even those who… Read more »
Insider loves breakfast, any time of day. His best friend prefers scrapple as her breakfast meat. She likes it cooked think and mushy, while the old guy likes his thin and fried crisp, almost like a potato chip. After all, we are dealing with pig snouts here. Insider thinks all sausage links should be outlawed…. Read more »
New Administrator NamedBERLIN – Taylor Bank President and CEO Raymond M. Thompson has announced that Carl A. Vandivier has been promoted to Information Systems Administrator at the Main Office in Berlin. Vandivier joined Taylor Bank’s Computer Department in 1999. He earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Information Systems from Salisbury University Perdue School of… Read more »
The Temple Bat Yam recently held its first Mah Jong Tournament. Pictured above are the winners. From left are Joan Keller, first prize, $100; Enid Levine, second prize, $75; and Sandie Friedman, 3rd prize, $50.
Seventh graders, with their teacher Santa Barbara, at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently made donations to Birthright, an organization sponsored by the Diocese of Wilmington that offers support to expectant mothers who choose life.