Community Foundation Commits $25K Toward Mid-Delmarva Family YMCA’s Capital Campaign

The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore’s Hebron Savings Bank Fund has committed $25,000 toward the Mid-Delmarva Family YMCA’s Capital Campaign. This $5,000 check represents the first of a five year commitment. Pictured, from left, are Tom Evans, Campaign Chairman; Doug Wilson, President, Community Foundation; Craig McConnell, Sr. Vice-President, Hebron Savings Bank; and Rich Stover,… Read more »

A Week In Business

Banker RecognizedBERLIN — Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company President and CEO Raymond M. Thompson has announced the recognition of Reese F. Cropper Jr. for 50 years of continuing service to the bank. Cropper joined Calvin B. Taylor Bank in 1962. He later became president, succeeding his father, Reese F. Cropper Sr.He is currently chairman of… Read more »

NEW FOR TUESDAY: OC Council Subcommittee Appointments Made; Ashley, Pillas Will Not Be Involved

OCEAN CITY – Individual appointments were made to serve on the newly re-established committees and commissions this week, but two City Council members have declined to be involved because they continue to feel all business should be conducted in front of the full Mayor and City Council.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office">At last… Read more »

NEW FOR TUESDAY: Suicide Confirmed In Hospital Parking Lot

BERLIN — Worcester County Bureau of Investigations (WCBI) detectives last night investigated a reported suicide in the parking lot of Atlantic General Hospital.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office">WCBI officials on Tuesday confirmed an unidentified individual allegedly committed suicide by a single self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head in a vehicle in the parking… Read more »