What happens in Annapolis over the next couple months will go a long way toward determining how public education gets funded across Maryland.In Maryland, public school money has essentially been sheltered from drastic cuts because there’s a law that states every county government must at least spend the same per pupil as they did the… Read more »
If it’s true that tax increases are rarely given much thought in election years, it stands to reason that elected officials should not consider pay raises during those years either. The County Commissioners appear to be on this track. There has not been a public discussion on the topic, but tax increases appear to be… Read more »
BERLIN – Hundreds of thousands of pounds of food, water and medical supplies from all over the world are heading the earthquake ravaged Haiti this week including a vast amount of material from right here on the lower shore, thanks in large part to a “Herculean” effort by the local community to rally in support… Read more »
Buxy’s Salty Dog 410-289-097328th St. & Coastal Hwy. ClosedReopen Thursday, Feb. 11Carousel Resort Hotel & Condominiums410-524-1000On the beach, 118th St.Every Friday: DJ Rupe, 7-9 p.m.Clarion Hotel410-524-353510100 Coastal Hwy. Ocean Club:Friday, Jan 22 & Saturday, Jan. 23: First ClassDr.Unks Bar & Grille410-213-7775 • 9636 Stephen Decatur Hwy., West Ocean CityFriday, Jan. 22: Blake HaleyFager’s Island410-524-550060th St…. Read more »
OCEAN CITY – Thanks to a tip from an alert private citizen, three men were arrested on burglary charges after allegedly breaking into a north Ocean City residence and attempting to steal thousands of dollars worth of high-end electronics.Around 9 a.m. last Thursday, Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) received a call from a private citizen… Read more »
Ervin Coley Marsh, Jr.BERLIN – Dr. Ervin (Erv) Coley Marsh, Jr., 78, died on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010 at the Berlin Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Born in Crisfield, Md., he was the son of the late Luella Evans Marsh and Ervin C. Marsh, Sr.Marsh, a graduate of Crisfield High School, was a veteran of the… Read more »
Hospital Earns High RankingSALISBURY – Peninsula Regional Medical Center has announced a new study, for a second consecutive year, has ranked its clinical quality among the top 5% of all hospitals in the nation.The study by HealthGrades, the leading independent healthcare ratings organization, analyzed patient outcomes at each of the nation’s 5,000 non-federal hospitals over… Read more »
Berlin Intermediate School recently held its annual science fair and would like to congratulate the winners from the fourth grade. First place was awarded to Kolby Layton, center, taking second place was Emy Tacka, and third place was awarded to Ethan Meenan.
Fourth grade students in Jeanene Gwin’s Gifted and Talented class at Berlin Intermediate School are hard at work solving “The Mystery of the Missing Lunch Box.” Above, Eli Rush and Brianna Watts use water, vinegar and iodine to test a variety of “white” powders to help narrow down the suspect list.
Worcester Prep students were all dressed up at the January Cotillion Holly Ball at the Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club. They are, front from left, Devin Hammond, Hayley Larsen, Lauren Jett and Laura Issel; back, Wyatt Richins, Reece Brown and Zachary Oltman.