The Ocean City/Berlin Rotary Club recognized volunteers for the Annual Christmas Tree Sale during its holiday party at the Captain’s Table Restaurant in Ocean City. Pictured, back from left, are President David Blair, Dan Harris, Robert Poli, Arlan Kinney, Josh Michnick, Larry Michnick, Margaret Mudron, Stan Kahn and Tom Bickerstaff; and, front from left, Cathy… Read more »
Capping off a great year for the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City, Ocean Pines resident Terry Chuvala was inducted into the club as the 12th new member for the year 2012. Pictured, from left, are Membership Chair Pat Winkelmayer, President Barb Peletier and Phil Lassiter who stood in for Chuvala’s sponsor, Skip Dennig.
Buckingham Elementary School recently congratulated its 2012-2013 Teacher of the Year, Tanya Call. Call has been a kindergarten teacher with Buckingham for the past seven years. She is an active member of the Buckingham staff, serving on the Christmas Float Committee, Technology Team, Scheduling Committee, and the BES Adult Relay for Life Team.
On Dec. 15, Ravens Roost #58 held its club Christmas Party at Pit-n-Pub. Santa was there to give out toys and do crafts with the kids and club secretary/treasurer Maria McEvoy, center, was presented a plaque for Volunteer of the Year. Pictured with McEvoy are club President Danny Bohn and Vice president Gordon Bramble. Submitted Photos
Top Agents AnnouncedOCEAN CITY — The Mark Fritschle Group of Condominium Realty, LTD recently announced at its December sales meeting the company’s sales, settlement and listing leaders for November.J. F. Cropper was both the top listing agent in the number of new listings and the top listing agent in volume. Sheri Smith was the top… Read more »
OCEAN CITY – Pieces of Ocean City’s old Boardwalk are being spread around the country for all to enjoy as the contractor has been recycling the lumber through interested parties.City Engineer Terry McGean reported last Friday the reconstruction of Ocean City’s famous Boardwalk is going well and is still ahead of schedule.Phase two of the… Read more »
ARIES (March 21 to April 19): It’s a good time for reunions with those very special people from your past. You could be pleasantly surprised by what comes to light during one of these get-togethers.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): The new year gets off to an encouraging start for the Bold Bovine who takes… Read more »
BERLIN — Worcester County this week filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed in late August alleging the now-defunct Liquor Control Board (LCB) violated the federal Equal Pay Act by paying female employees at retail outlets less than their male counterparts in the same positions.In August, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed the suit… Read more »
SALISBURY — Every four years a Salary Review Committee examines the salaries of the Mayor and City Council in Salisbury, and this year it recommended a 12-percent salary increase for city elected officials to catch up to cost of living.Many members of the council were uncomfortable with how large the number was, however, and voted… Read more »
SNOW HILL — Weeks after the most recent fatality at a troubled intersection, Snow Hill residents turned out in force Wednesday night at a public hearing to demand a traffic light at Routes 113 and 12.With the current state plan calling for the installation of “J-turns” at the intersection instead of a light, dozens of… Read more »