BERLIN — Tara Frankel Becker, a 1991 graduate of Worcester Preparatory School, has been appointed Director of Admissions for her alma mater. Besides her work with admissions, she will work with Worcester alumni.Becker spent her early career in state government as a Policy Analyst for State Treasurer Jack Markell, now governor. In that position, she… Read more »
The Kiwanis Club of Ocean City-Ocean Pines recently purchased a $100 tickets in the Ocean Pines Volunteer Fire Department’s House Raffle. If Kiwanis would happen to win, the value of the house could translate into a lot of funds for the Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship Fund. Pictured is OPVFD President Steve Rosen accepts the entry from… Read more »
Star Charities President Anna Foultz presents a check for $1,200 to Diakonia Executive Director Claudia Nagel, The money was raised through a “Western Night” charity fundraiser held at Ocean Downs. Also pictured are Lou Ann Trummel, Susan Blaney, Irmgard Heinecke, Delores Koch and Teddi Razzano.
Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club President Arlan Kinney, left, and Immediate Past President Tom Bickerstaff welcome Bickerstaff’s son USAF Major David Bickerstaff, center, to the weekly club meeting at the Captain’s Table Restaurant in the Courtyard by Marriott.
In 2001, the Bank of Ocean City asked local second graders, “What will the world look like in 2011?” The students were asked to write essays on the subject, and they were locked in a safe deposit box for 10 years. The bank placed $1,000 in an account which collected interest of $399.61. Another $1,000… Read more »
The Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians recently presented two $1,000 scholarships to Susanne Marie Kelley and Taylor Michelle Tobak, 2011 graduates of Stephen Decatur High School. In the fall, Kelley will attend Wor-Wic Community College and Tobak will be attending York College. Pictured, from left, are Club President Mary Wheeler, Kelley, Tobak and Scholarship Committee… Read more »
The Borgias on ShowtimeHolding both my kids at the same timeWhen the O’s were contendersThe Mann in PhillyQuiet Sunday nightsThat football is nearSmell of a laundry roomBob Dylan’s Quinn the Eskimo Steak and salad for dinnerOld appliances that still workA thunderstorm to end a hot day
ARIES (March 21 to April 19): A misunderstanding tests the temperament of the sometimes headstrong Aries. Instead of blowing your top, take time for a pleasant diversion while things cool down.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): A workplace problem could make the divine Bovine see red. But talk it out before you consider walking out…. Read more »
SALISBURY – The City Council decided it was not time yet to make any final decisions on the Housing Board of Adjustment and Appeals (HBAA) role in the city’s government as proposed amendments were sent back to discussion this week.The Housing Board of Adjustments and Appeals (HBAA) was created to hear the appeals of property… Read more »
SALISBURY — A Salisbury cardiologist faces as many as 35 years in prison after a federal jury this week found him guilty of six counts of health care fraud.A federal jury in Baltimore on Tuesday convicted John R. McLean, 59, of Salisbury, on six healthcare fraud offenses in connection with a scheme during which he… Read more »