SNOW HILL — One troubled intersection in the south end of Worcester County will receive a traffic light by mid-summer, according to the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT).While MDOT and the State Highway Administration (SHA) had previously opposed a light in favor of installing J-turns, public outcry persuaded MDOT to re-evaluate the need for a… Read more »
Several Most Blessed Sacrament seventh grade students took advantage of the wonderful Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s Girls Basketball League program at Northside Park in Ocean City. Pictured, from left, are Francesca Clubb, Isabella Osias, Caroline Pasquariello, Kealey Allison, Lily Belle Baker, Chloe Sass and Rachael Rodimak.
Berlin Intermediate School celebrated “Help Increase the Peace” day with a “HIP” assembly. The theme of the day was to increase kindness, understanding and a peaceful environment at school and in the community. Above are Joe Beck and Gavin Bunting.
Showell Elementary third graders Emma Johnson and Kelis Sandifer investigate perimeter by finding the perimeter of a desk. Submitted Photos
OCEAN CITY – The new Ocean City Center for the Arts is anxiously awaiting its grand opening in a couple weeks but in the meantime classes and activities are already taking place.Ocean City Center for the Arts Executive Director Rina Thaler came before the Mayor and City Council on Tuesday afternoon to report on the… Read more »
Unit Earns High MarksSALIBURY — The Maryland Health Care Commission recently released the results of its 2012 Maryland Nursing Facility Short Stay Resident Survey, and Peninsula Regional Medical Center’s Transitional Care Unit earned high marks — 96 percent of those surveyed said they would recommend the Peninsula Regional Medical Center TCU, well above the statewide… Read more »
At the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ocean Pines-Ocean City’s Feb. 6 meeting, Wilda “Willie” Stroh Streat, the first principal of Showell Elementary School, was featured. She is pictured with Kiwanis Speakers Chair J. Graham Caldwell showing her treasured picture of Showell Elementary as it appeared in 1976 when the school opened.
The winner of the Quilters by the Sea raffle quilt, Country Garden, is Kay Gibbons. Pictured, from left, are Nancy Valasko, Vice President; Gibbons; Shirley Schaefer, seller of the winning ticket; and Martha Wheeler, member of the quilt design committee.
Ladies of the Democratic Women’s Club held their monthly meeting Jan. 28 with Howard Sribnick, president of the Democratic Central Committee as their speaker talking about the U.S. Constitution and issues that affect women. As a bonus, the women enjoyed a pizza luncheon provided by DeNova’s.
Representatives of Worcester Preparatory School’s Alumni Association gathered recently to discuss ideas for alumni events and projects, including this week’s 100th Day Till Graduation event for this year’s senior class. Pictured, first row from left,are Susan Winkleman Beauchamp, ’83; Anna Dolle Bushnell, ’96; Heather Lankford Hammond, ’90; and Tara Frankel Becker, ’91; second row, Blair… Read more »