Marlin Club Crew Of OC Donates $1,000 To Maryland Coastal Bays Program

Marlin Club Crew Of OC Donates $1,000 To Maryland Coastal Bays Program

The Marlin Club Crew of OC is a non-profit known for its annual scholarship awards but also donates to other non-profits involved with recreational fishing, safe boating and the encouragement of responsible conservation. The crew recently donated $1,000 to the Maryland Coastal Bays Program during its presentation of the annual state of the bays Coastal Bays Report Card. Presenting… Read more »

Things I Like – December 29, 2017

Not working the day after ChristmasA snowy owl sighting while visiting AssateagueDrinking a lot of waterPulling Christmas surprises on our kidsWatching kids in ski schoolA quick dentist appointmentCoaching youth sportsLiking a new food I’ve never hadFacebook memories from past Christmas morningsA well plowed road after a snow stormA great brunch after church

Remembering An OC Treasure

Remembering An OC Treasure

There is something incredibly charming about wealthy people who are humble, kind and aware.That was always noticeable with Shirley and Brice Phillips. Their inspirational story, from operating a humble Hooper’s Island seafood processing plant to an internationally recognized company, represents Ocean City in so many positive ways. It’s the quintessential homegrown, feel good story about… Read more »

Seahawks Route Queen Anne’s, 79-55

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team beat Queen Anne’s, 79-55, last weekend to head into the Governor’s Challenge unbeaten at 5-0.The Seahawks faced Queen Anne’s last Thursday on the road in the game that was originally supposed to be part of the annual Chesapeake Challenge at Chesapeake College. The Chesapeake Challenge pitted teams from… Read more »

Middle School Launches Home Visit Program

POCOMOKE – A new initiative is bringing teachers into the homes of their students in Pocomoke.This school year Pocomoke Middle School launched the 100 Home Visits program. It’s designed to build stronger relationships within the school community.“It’s an initiative started by Pocomoke Middle School this year to improve relationships with students, teachers and parents,” Principal… Read more »

A Week In Business – December 29, 2017

Members of the CAR Board of Directors stand with food donations collected for the Maryland Food Bank of the Eastern Shore during the association’s 2017 Holiday Party. The drive collected 497 pounds of food and more than $450 in cash. Pictured, from left, are Director Steven Parsons, Director Grant Fritschle, President Joel Maher, Director Jeff… Read more »