A Week In Business – June 7, 2019

Office Collecting DonationsOCEAN CITY – The Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Ocean City at 123rd Street is collecting food donations for St Peter’s Lutheran Church food pantry and soup kitchen as part of a companywide initiative, “Healthy Food Week.” This is the fifth year in a row that offices throughout the region have collected healthy… Read more »

First Project SEARCH Interns Celebrated

First Project SEARCH Interns Celebrated

BERLIN – Community members this week honored the first class of Project SEARCH interns with an end-of-year celebration at Atlantic General Hospital.On Wednesday, families, community leaders and staff at Atlantic General Hospital (AGH) gathered to celebrate Worcester County’s first class of Project SEARCH interns. Project SEARCH is a national program created to help people with… Read more »

Wicomico Council Overrides Executive’s Veto

SALISBURY – County leaders this week voted to reaffirm a legislative bill vetoed by the county executive.On Tuesday, the Wicomico County Council voted unanimously to reaffirm a legislation bill adopted by the council in May and subsequently vetoed by County Executive Bob Culver.The legislative bill corrects a drafting error in the county’s personnel manual defining… Read more »

Burglar Charged With Taking Liquor

OCEAN CITY — A Baltimore man was arrested on burglary and other charges last weekend after allegedly entering an adjacent hotel room via a balcony and swiping liquor and margarita supplies.Around noon last Sunday, an Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) officer responded to a hotel at 21st Street for a reported burglary. Upon arrival, the… Read more »

Summer Seahawk Basketball Camp Slated

BERLIN- Fresh off another highly successful season for the varsity program, Stephen Decatur basketball coach B.J. Johnson and his staff next week are hosting the 8th annual Seahawk Summer Basketball Camp.The annual camp will teach young participants the fundamentals of basketball with an emphasis on development. The camp will include individual and team instruction from… Read more »

Safety Concerns Close Berlin Sidewalk

Safety Concerns Close Berlin Sidewalk

BERLIN –  A portion of the sidewalk on William Street is closed as structural issues at the adjacent building are addressed.On Tuesday, town staff cordoned off the sidewalk in front of the rear portion of the building that houses Burley Inn Tavern.“The property owner is investigating possible structural issues with the building and we closed… Read more »