PRMC Achieves A FirstSALISBURY – Peninsula Regional Medical Center, a 362-bed hospital established in 1897 and the largest provider of tertiary care services on the Delmarva Peninsula, recently announced the launch of the Peninsula Institute for Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery (PILARS), the first institute of its kind in the region. PILARS was developed by the… Read more »
Worcester County Humane Society representative Mary Kay Mullen, left, receives a donation of $586.65 from Headmaster for the Day Shannon Southcomb, who last month finished the sixth grade. During her tenure, students made donations to be contributed to the work of the local shelter.
Peninsula Regional Medical Center, which first introduced the da Vinci S High Definition Surgical System Robot to the Delmarva Peninsula in 2007, recently celebrated a milestone by completing its 100th urologic surgery using the revolutionary technology. Above, members of the urology team join Dr. Mark Edney, urologist, in celebrating the feat.
Maureen McNeill, director of Development for the Coastal Hospice at the Ocean, is shown with Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City President-elect Dan Peletier after she spoke to the club members about the startup of the new Taylorville Center.
Pocomoke Elementary School has received recognition in the Panasonic National School Change Award Program for the second consecutive year. The committee who prepared the application includes, from left, Todd Hall, principal; Robyn Donoway, guidance counselor; Stephanie Taylor, Title I curriculum resource teacher; Mrs. Beverly Watson, first grade resource room teacher; and Michael Browne, assistant principal.
OCEAN CITY – A local man has been charged with negligent homicide by motor vehicle while under the influence, along with numerous other offenses, after he struck and killed a bicyclist on the Route 50 Bridge last week and fled the scene.According to the Maryland State Police Berlin barrack, on Friday, June 26 at 2:26 a.m.,… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – When credit becomes noticeably tighter, as it is in today’s economy, meeting your cash flow needs can require a little more planning than usual. More than ever, dealing with life’s expenses — both planned and unexpected — calls for a strategy that gives you the flexibility you need without disrupting your larger… Read more »
ARIES (March 21 to April 19): Don’t be surprised if, in spite of your well-made plans, something goes awry. But don’t worry. Your knowledge of the facts plus your Arian charm will help you work it out.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): A personal relationship seems to be demanding more than you feel you’re able… Read more »
Three-day weekendsHolding my son’s hand as he walksMacaroni and cheeseRelaxing on a float in a poolFireworks displays from a distanceWhen long-time friends visitBelieving that karma existsWalking into A/C on a humid dayWhen locals win fishing tourneysDriving to a quiet spot on AssateagueAn old brick driveway
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