NEW FOR WEDNESDAY: Public Outcry, Crash Data Leads State To Reverse Earlier Traffic Light Decision

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 »

Most Blessed Sacrament Seventh Grade Students Take Advantage Of OC Recreation And Parks Girls Basketball League

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.

A Week In Business

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 »

Worcester Prep Alumni Association Gather To Discuss Ideas For Alumni Events And Projects

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 »