SNOW HILL — On Tuesday, just two days after his 55th birthday, Bill Rolig, a Snow Hill resident with a passion for art, music and family, succumbed to his two-year battle with prostate cancer.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office">Back in 2010, the lower shore community rallied to support Rolig, who was shockingly diagnosed… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – Prior to the peak tourist season in Ocean City, the State Highway Administration (SHA) has started a three-year pilot program using newly designed sidewalk markings to safely guide pedestrians along MD 528 (Coastal Highway).The new yellow and black pedestrian sidewalk markings will be located 10 feet prior to the intersections at 19th,… Read more »
BERLIN — The honorees for the 2012 Charitable Souls campaign were announced this morning.They include Cathy Bassett, Gloria Carr, Ed Colbert, Alexis Dashield, Linda Dearing, Arnold Downing, Mary Ferry, Jim Flaig, Frank Gatley, Veronica Gatley, Bill Gibbs, Sierra Hall, Michael James, Jean Keagle, Bob Kelly, Becky Kelly, Audrey Killen, Kimberly Majus, Buck Mann, Daryl McCready… Read more »
Cathy Davies Harmon, center, enjoyed Dress for Success sessions with groups of freshman girls. One group included, front from left, Gabrielle Alicea, Aelya Ehtasham, Sophie Brennan and Victoria Lawrence; and, back, Mikalah Potvin, Amanda Gabriel, Carolyn Dorey, Mattie Maull, Meridith Kellam, Molly Soule´ and Tatjana Kondraschow.
Some of the Worcester Prep Middle School students taking part in Worcester County Sheriff Sergeant Matt Crisafulli’s workshop on bullying and cyberbullying were, front from left, Samantha Wolpin, Aria Zia-Shakeri, Neva Richardson, Kathleen Emche, Riley Mears and Paul Townsend; and, back, Maya Zia-Shakeri, Sambina Anthony, Tate Shockley, Eva Parks and Grace Mullaney.
Ocean City Elementary School honored the February Students of the Month with a special t-shirt, luncheon and tasty cake sponsored by Heritage Plumbing Services. Pictured, first row, are first grade honorees Nicole Telo, Brady Marshall, Sophie Krasner, Kameron Harris, Lauren Hoffman, and Carlie Gates; second row, second graders Matthew Janson, Milena Olerta, Gavin Vent, Megan… Read more »
Students from Stephen Decatur Middle School competed for the first time in the 2012 Science Olympiad Eastern Shore Regional Competition at Salisbury University. The SDMS team placed fourth overall in the competition. The students placed first in the Anatomy and Write It, Do It events, second in Disease Detectives, and third in Food Science and Microbe… Read more »