A Week In Business – May 31, 2019

Gateway Subaru recently presented a check to Worcester County Humane Society (WCHS) for $24,486. This is the third year in a row that they have partnered with the no kill shelter. The donation came through the “Share the Love Event” where Gateway customers could choose the shelter to receive a donation when they purchased their vehicle…. Read more »

County Eyes Campaign To Target Illegal Dumping

SNOW HILL – County officials agreed to launch an educational campaign in an effort to curb illegal dumping throughout Worcester County.The Worcester County Commissioners last week told staff to move forward with plans to begin a public education campaign to discourage illegal dumping and littering along county roads and at local recycling stations. The county… Read more »

Open Houses Of The Week – May 31, 2019

Open Houses Of The Week – May 31, 2019

FENWICK ISLAND 30068 Sanctuary Dr The Overlook Tues-Sat 10-5 Sun 12-5 New Construction Single Family Homes Bayfront Community NV Homes 302-988-2185OCEAN PINES 1 Freeport Lane The Parke Sat 10-12 Single Family 4BR/3BA Home Lauren A. Smith Keller Williams 410-245-9915BERLIN 11309 River Run River Run Golf Course Community Sat 11-1 3BR/3BA Single Family Home Lauren A…. Read more »

Cops And Courts – May 31, 2019

One person was temporarily trapped in this vehicle after it flipped on Coastal Highway on Memorial Day around 1:30 p.m. The injuries sustained were not believed to be serious. Photo by Jay BosleyxxOil Trail Leads To SuspectOCEAN CITY — A Salisbury woman was arrested on hit-and-run and drunk-driving charges last week after allegedly colliding with… Read more »

Worcester Frustrated Over Escalating Expenses With Waste Centers

Worcester Frustrated Over Escalating Expenses With Waste Centers

SNOW HILL – Elected officials continue to express concerns regarding the cost of the county’s recycling program and homeowner convenience centers.Though there were no major changes approved last week, the Worcester County Commissioners once again voiced frustration over the $2 million cost of operating the recycling and homeowner convenience centers.“Sooner or later it’s going to… Read more »