Hit-and-Run Suspect Pleads Guilty

SNOW HILL — A local elderly woman, charged last week with negligent driving in connection with a hit-and-run accident involving a pedestrian on Route 611 near Frontier Town, pleaded guilty this week and was fined $140. Around 5:45 p.m. on Nov. 16, the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of Route 611 near… Read more »

We Remember Those We Have Lost

Kasey Ann Crandall BERLIN — Kasey Ann Crandall, 54, passed away suddenly in her home on Dec. 6. Kasey was born in California and came to the East Coast with her family, attended Southern High School in Anne Arundel County and Towson University. As part of the restaurant and hospitality industries, she worked on both… Read more »

First-Grade Students Enjoyed Their Day Traveling Through Berlin

First-Grade Students Enjoyed Their Day Traveling Through Berlin

First-grade students in Cheryl Marshall’s class enjoyed their day traveling through Berlin recently. Above, learning about publishing at Saltwater Media are, first row from left, Edward Martikyan, Sydney Tingle and Macy Steinwedel; second row,  Isabella Metz, Maxine Ruggerio and Faith Travis; third row, Emaan Ehtasham, Danielle Carr, Yasmina El Sabbagh and Frankie Miller; fourth row,… Read more »

Freeman Stage Scores $10K For Joint Effort

Freeman Stage Scores $10K For Joint Effort

SELBYVILLE, Del. — National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Senior Deputy Chairman Joan Shigekawa announced this week that The Freeman Stage at Bayside, a program of the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation, is one of 150 not-for-profit organizations nationwide to receive an NEA Challenge America Fast-Track grant. The Freeman Stage is recommended for a $10,000 grant… Read more »

Track Teams Fare Well in First Meet

BERLIN- Decatur’s varsity indoor track teams turned in a strong performance in its first meet of the 2013-2014 season, placing near the top in both the men’s and women’s team competition and collecting several individual honors along the way. The Decatur boys finished second overall among the Bayside schools in the first meet of the… Read more »

A Week In Business

Foundation Contributes BERLIN — The Atlantic General Hospital Foundation was able to raise more than $1 million for the not-for-profit hospital. Above, Laura Deeley Bren, Atlantic General Hospital Foundation Board chair, presents Jack Burbage, left, hospital Board of Trustees chair, and Michael Franklin, hospital president/CEO, with a check for $1,033,500 at the AGH Foundation’s annual… Read more »

United Way Of The Lower Eastern Shore Recognizes Worcester County Government Employees For Their Generous Support

United Way Of The Lower Eastern Shore Recognizes Worcester County Government Employees For Their Generous Support

United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore recently recognized Worcester County Government employees for their generous support during their annual United Way campaign with employee contributions totaling $24,415. Pictured, from left, are Theresa Adkins, Kelly Brinkley, Kenya Baine, Tara Armstrong, Kathyrn Gordon and Crystal Webster. Submitted Photos

Worcester’s New Internet Crime Effort Outlined

SNOW HILL — The proliferation of the Internet and social networking has created challenges in protecting the most vulnerable in the community, but local law enforcement officials this week announced a new initiative aimed at combating crimes against children. Worcester County Sheriff Reggie Mason this week announced a new initiative to combat crimes against children… Read more »