A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Realtor Joins OfficeBETHANY BEACH – ResortQuest Real Estate announced this week that Cindy Spieczny has joined its sales team at its newest sales office in the Fenwick Plaza located on Route 54, just west of Fenwick Island.Licensed since 1983, Spieczny specializes in new construction projects and continues to focus on the area’s premier communities. She… Read more »

2008 Worcester Prep Grad Joins WBOC

2008 Worcester Prep Grad Joins WBOC

Christian Payne, a 2008 graduate of Worcester Preparatory School, joined the WBOC team in July 2012 as a photographer/editor after graduating cum laude from Denison University in Granville, Ohio. Payne served as a news/sports intern at WBOC last summer. Above, Payne is pictured with Managing Editor Steve Hammond.

NARFE Welcomes Guest Speaker From Holly Community Center’s Disability Resource Center

NARFE Welcomes Guest Speaker From Holly Community Center’s Disability Resource Center

NARFE Chapter 2274 welcomed guest speaker Michele Corron, project director for the Holly Community Center’s Disability Resource Center, to its monthly luncheon meetingin August at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club. Corron brought along a display of equipment for persons with disabilities. Corron, center, is pictured with Chapter President Arlene Page and Programs Chair Anna Foultz

Cancer Support Community Delaware Accepts $3,600 Donation Check From Seashore Parrot Head Club

Cancer Support Community Delaware Accepts $3,600 Donation Check From Seashore Parrot Head Club

Jo Allegro-Smith, Sussex County Director for the Cancer Support Community Delaware, accepts a $3,600 donation check from Bruce Wright, Treasurer for the Delaware Seashore Parrot Head Club. The donation represents the proceeds from the recent Boat Drinks Bacchanal.  The money will be used to assist Sussex County cancer patients and their families by providing emotional… Read more »

NEW FOR MONDAY: Wicked Storm Leads To Water Rescues In Berlin

NEW FOR MONDAY: Wicked Storm Leads To Water Rescues In Berlin

BERLIN — Perhaps no area was hit harder by the weekend’s ferocious storms than Berlin, where police and emergency services rescued numerous individuals trapped in disabled vehicles along the town’s flooded streets.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office">Around 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, Berlin Police began to receive numerous 911 calls from individuals reporting they… Read more »