Fruitland-SalisburyRestaurant 213 213 N. Fruitland Blvd., Fruitland 410-677-4880 • www.restaurant213.comJust 20 minutes from Ocean Pines and Berlin, Restaurant 213 is worth the drive! Chef Jim Hughes has been serving celebrities worldwide for 25 years and was named a 2009 inductee to the coveted Distinguished Restaurants of North America awards, one of only 220 in North… Read more »
OCEAN CITY — An Ocean City man faces numerous drug charges this week after an OCPD narcotics unit raid on his residence Tuesday evening revealed an alleged marijuana growing operation including over 100 plants.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office">Around 6 p.m. on Tuesday, the OCPD Narcotics Unit executed a search and seizure warrant… Read more »
Bye Bye Birdie was recently presented by students in the Upper School at Worcester Prep. Music Teacher Dan Freed was the director. Above, Conrad Birdie, played by Jordan Kilgore, is pictured with some of his adoring fans, Caroline Lewis, Elena LaPlante, Carolyn Dorey, Parker Kellam, Devin Hammond, Claire Dorey and Kathryn Lawrence. Below, Elise Harmon… Read more »
Worcester Prep Lower School students and students from the Training Station enjoyed a lively performance of Thumbelina, which was sponsored by the WPS Parents’ Association, and adapted from Hans Christian Andersen’s literary fairy tale by Theater IV, a Division of Virginia Reparatory Theater. Pictured backstage with the cast are William Mumford, Lilly Paquette, Ashling Marshall… Read more »
Eveline Rodriguez-Meza, Shemaiah Sampson, Carolina Novelli and Willa Novelli practice for their routine “Tip Toe Through the Tulips”. They performed during their recent 2nd grade show “Blown Away”, directed by Rick Chapman of Ocean City Elementary School.
Laiela Ahmad, a senior at Worcester Preparatory School, was honored as a Maryland and Delaware Affiliate Runner-Up in the 2012-2013 NCWIT (National Center for Women & Information Technology) competition for young women with computer aspirations.
Showell Elementary kindergartners Kayden Shockley and Amber Stant study the inside of a lima bean with the computer microscopes from the Worcester County Mobile Science Van.
Third grade students at Ocean City Elementary School use KUNO tablets to type their writing responses, do research and use the white board app to respond to questions. Pictured are Gracie Williams, Owen McAdams, Julia Howard, Megan Wheeler and Jake Gillespie.
Students from Megan Cooke’s third grade and Monica Piern’s second grade classes at Ocean City Elementary School spend time reading together. After reading a book, the older students mentor the younger ones by helping them take a reading test on a KUNO tablet. Pictured, from left, are Dalton Bunting, Collin Fohner, Brandon Quach, Brady Marshall and Bennett McLendon.
In celebration of the 100th day of school, Showell Elementary students collected over 65,000 pennies to donate to the Worcester County Developmental Center. A client from the Center, Eddie Davis, along with Executive Director, June Walker, accepted the donation from students Alyssa Manderach, Gus Croll, Emma Johnson and Jostin Flores-Lopez and Assistant Principal Wynnette Handy