Texas A&M University has named its honor students for the spring 2009 semester, including Chelsea Ward Baldwin of Berlin.Allan Anthony Taylor, a resident of Ocean City, has earned a(n) Bachelor of Science, Information Technology from Excelsior College.Among the 466 students achieving the honor of Dean’s List for the spring semester at Mount St. Mary’s University… Read more »
Rising Worcester Prep seventh-grade student Molly Soule´, Ocean City, was a winner in the 2009 Veterans of Foreign Wars patriotic essay competition. At an awards ceremony at the Ocean City VFW, she was honored with a savings bond, plaques and certificates and a pin. She is pictured with her parents Catherine and Paul Soule´.
On the last day of school at Worcester Prep, kindergartners Alexandra Gallagher, Bethany Beach, Logan Derrickson, Rehoboth Beach, Baylie Holmes, Bishopville, and Abby Reynolds, Fenwick Island, have a great time positioning themselves in the cubbies, where they’ve kept their books, coats and lunch boxes throughout the school year.
Some of the students doing individual performances in Worcester Prep’s Middle School Talent Show were, front from left, Razaak Eniola, Salibury; Elise Harmon, Rehoboth Beach; Katherine Pavlos, Salisbury; Ariella Anthony Seaford; Raphael DeJesus, Seaford; and, back, Alyssa Mocci, Lewes; Emma Richardson, Rehoboth Beach; Elena LaPlante, Salisbury; Madison O’Malley, Salisbury; Miranda Buas, Ocean City; and Alexa… Read more »
Mrs. Hawkins’ second grade class at Showell Elementary studied Hawaii and then celebrated the end of school with a Luau. Here are some of the students with their teachers.
The members of Most Blessed Sacrament School’s 2008/2009 Dolphin Club received a special reward for being demerit free for the entire school year. Club members were treated to an afternoon at Thunder Lagoon Water Park. Here they are cooling off in front of a waterfall.
At its monthly meeting in June, Ravens Roost #44 of Ocean City awarded its annual scholarship awards to six students from the three local high schools. Each student received $1500 toward his or her college expenses. The winners were, from left, Parker McIntosh, Worcester Preparatory School; Samantha Taraila, Worcester Preparatory School; Lindsay Chetelat, Stephen Decatur… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – Legal posturing continued last week in the $500,000 civil suit filed in May against the town of Ocean City, its Convention and Visitors Bureau and a private company by a former Vermont high school student injured when an escalator in the Roland E. Powell Convention Center suddenly stopped and started heading in… Read more »
BERLIN – Changing some job categories under standard workmen’s compensation insurance codes has saved the town of Berlin a total of $70,000 in insurance premiums.A reclassification of some positions under national insurance codes resulted in a $35,000 to $37,000 refund in workmen’s compensation insurance premiums for fiscal year 2009 premiums from the current provider, with… Read more »
BERLIN – The ongoing Route 113 dualization project got a small boost this week from federal funds assigned to right-of-way acquisition for the third phase.The $222,300 appropriation comes from the Federal Highway Administration through the Fiscal Year 2009 Omnibus Appropriations bill. Bob Hulburd, president of 113 dualization proponent CRASH (County Residents Action for Safer Highways),… Read more »