WEST OCEAN CITY- Young wrestlers from the Eastern Shore Intensive Wrestling Club, based in West Ocean City, made a strong showing in tournaments last weekend, collecting several first-place finishes in the events and placing in numerous others.The Eastern Shore Intensive Wrestling Club, under the direction of Coach Keith Tobin and his staff, provides young grapplers… Read more »
Jean A. DimickOCEAN CITY — Jean Antoinette Dimick, 70 of Ocean City, and formerly of Sykesville, died Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012 at Lorien Nursing Center in Columbia.Born Nov. 14, 1941 in Baltimore, she was the daughter of the late George and Anna Wogtas McCracken. She devoted her life to her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed… Read more »
Bank PromotionsBERLIN — Raymond M. Thompson, President/CEO, of Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company has announced three promotions.Stacy Schaffer is now the company’s marketing officer. Wes McCabe has been promoted to vice president, loan and business development officer. Casey Robinson will now serves as the branch manager of the 91st Street location.Retirement AnnouncedOCEAN CITY – Janice… Read more »
Jan. 13: Crop For A Cure Scrapbooking EventClarion Hotel, 101st St., O.C. To benefit the American Cancer So-ciety. Vendors including Close to My Heart, Creative Memories, Claire’s Scrapbooking, Scentsy, Tastefully Simple, Thirty-One Bags, Mary Kay and more. Cost: $40, to crop for the day. For more info or to reserve your spot, 443-235-2926.Jan. 13: KC… Read more »
Buxy’s Salty Dog 410-289-0973 28th St. & Coastal Hwy. Call For EntertainmentCharlie’s Bayside Restaurant 302-539-3526 Rte. 1 & Maryland Ave., Fenwick Island Saturday, Jan. 14: Aaron Howell Trio, 8 p.m.Clarion Hotel 410-524-3535 10100 Coastal Hwy. Ocean Club: Friday, Jan. 13 & Saturday, Jan. 14: New CensationDead freddies 410-524-3733 64th St. & the Bay… Read more »
West Ocean City- Berlin Ocean Pines-FruitlandBreakfast Cafe Of Ocean City 12736 Ocean Gateway, West Ocean City • 410-213-1804Open 7 days a week between Sunsations & Starbucks, across from Outback, come join us at the “Breakfast Cafe” (formerly Rambler Coffee Shop) we are a family-friendly restaurant that’s been family own-ed for 30 years passed from mother… Read more »
OCEAN CITY — Traditionally, investors seeking calm waters have looked to sovereign debt in developed economies. This would explain, for example, the heightened demand for U.S. Treasuries in recent years. Today, however, many large multinational companies — though certainly not all — increasingly look like a better refuge for capital than many countries do. The… Read more »
The Upper School Student Government Association at Salisbury School recently led a toy drive to provide holiday gifts to local children. The toys were presented to the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore for distribution to local families in need. Above, Jessica Bunting, Salisbury School’s Upper School SGA President, is shown with the donations.