Some new “firsts” have taken place recently in our world. Here’s a recap of some exciting developments over the last couple weeks.— Our 1-year-old is up and walking. The strange thing is he resembles an orangutan when he’s doing it.Yes, it’s the orangutan walk and it’s in full effect, and it’s hilarious to watch. Once… Read more »
Mary Louise O’BrienSALISBURY — Mary Louise O’Brien, 78, died Thursday, May 14, 2009, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center.She was daughter to the late Pearl and Elisha Magaw. She was known for her sense of humor. She loved to play cards and to go to the Boardwalk to people watch and get some French fries. She… Read more »
BERLIN – Two juveniles were injured Monday morning when their vehicle overturned on Route 589 at Gray’s Corner Rd. and police inspecting the car after the crash found a bag of psychedelic mushrooms.Around 11:30 a.m. on Monday, a Maryland State Police trooper was dispatched to the area of Route 589 and Gray’s Corner Rd. for… Read more »
New Physician Joins PRMCSALISBURY – Jafar Sadiq, MD was recently granted active staff membership with clinical and admitting privileges in the Department of Medicine at Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Sadiq, an internal medicine specialist, received his medical degree from Tirunelveli Medical College in India. He completed an internship there and then another at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital… Read more »
With Worcester Preparatory School Physical Education teacher Mike Grosso and Corporal Rick Wawrzenriak of the Ocean City Police Department are fourth grade students from Amanda Lynch’s and Laura Holmes’ classes. Students pictured include Adam Pizza, Tate Shockley, Chandler Dennis, Davis Mears, Ava Schwartz, Allie Van Orden, Owen Nally, Riley Dickerson, Aria Zia Shakeri, Jonathan Ruddo,… Read more »
Worcester County’s Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay, represented by Troop 293 of Snow Hill, are shown presenting cookies to Darlene Onley, director of Worcester G.O.L.D. Pictured, standing from left, are Taylor Hanson, Onley and Rebecca Rambo; seated, Mason Lores, Gwynnie Loniewski, Melanie Sterling and Victoria Makuchal.
As part of the Memorial Day celebration, students from Berlin Intermediate School visited the Worcester County Veterans Memorial at Ocean Pines to honor the many local veterans. While there they learned about the history of the American flag as well as how to correctly fold and care for the flag. Above, Seaman Apprentice Matt Cathell… Read more »
The Stephen Decatur High School communication arts class created a public service announcement to promote clean beaches in Ocean City. Ocean City Surfrider Foundation is airing this student-produced PSA on national cable networks. Above, Surfrider Foundation’s Terry Steimer from OC Surfrider Foundation presents a check to the student videographers and producers for their exemplary work…. Read more »
Among the Worcester Prep Lower School students honored by the Johns Hopkins Center for Gifted and Talented Students were, from left, Zachary Wilson, Abigail Bright and Jordan Welch.
The fourth grade from Ocean City Elementary School recently went to the Philadelphia Zoo as a culminating activity for the science unit on animals. Pictured are Kyle Tanner, Alexis Wells, Samantha Perry, and Josh Miller in front of the giraffe exhibit.