Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

Although numbers can be a difficult read for many, Ocean City property owners would be well suited to read the Town of Ocean City’s Report to Citizens that arrived in mailboxes this week. It contains a tremendous amount of worthwhile information. Here’s some highlights in my opinion:After experiencing significant declines in recent years, the volume… Read more »

Ocean City Elementary School Holds Red Ribbon Week Activities

Ocean City Elementary School Holds Red Ribbon Week Activities

Ocean City Elementary School recently held Red Ribbon Week activities. One activity the student body participated in was the “OCES Jump Wave”. During the Jump Wave, all students did one minute of continuous jumping jacks simultaneously followed by a heart-rate check. Students have been learning how to monitor their heart-rate during exercise while in physical education… Read more »

Wicomico County Students Recently Inducted Into Alpha Nu Omicron Chapter Of Phi Theta Kappa At Wor-Wic Community College

Students from Wicomico County recently inducted into the Alpha Nu Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Wor-Wic Community College are, above front row, from left, Nancy Faye Talbott of Delmar, Sarah Elizabeth Jackson of Hebron, Nathaniel A. Valdes of Pittsville, and Brooks Thomas Bowden and Stephanie Mae McMahon of Sharptown; and, back, Stephanie Auguste,… Read more »

Salisbury Periodontist To Pay $340K In Damages

SALISBURY — Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler last week announced the state had reached an with a Salisbury periodontist requiring him to pay $340,000 in civil damages to Medicaid for making false claims to the insurance provider. Gansler announced the state’s agreement with Stewart Perim, D.D.S., of Salisbury, requires him to repay the Medicaid program… Read more »