Eating healthy at the beginning of the weekWhen a good deed does not come back to bite in a bad waySeeing my boys hug good nightHearing good economic reportsSunday brunchYoung athletes who are humbleNot owning an ashtrayOpen-door policiesNights when I fall asleep quicklyWorking on a nasty dayEating not so healthy at the end of the… Read more »
The winners of the Berlin/Ocean City Optimist Club Art Competition have been announced. The works of arts are on display at the Worcester County Arts Council in Berlin. The competition offers a total of $1,400 in cash prizes to the student artists. Pictured, above from left, are Saylor McGuiness, honorable mention, painting, Worcester Prep; Allie… Read more »
A select group of Upper School students host their own talk shows on Worcester Prep’s radio station, “Audiograted,” which is broadcast worldwide. Under the direction of technology teacher, Nancy Raskauskas, the shows are completely run by students who manage the programming and live broadcasts before and after school.
Cato Inc. representative Kathleen Abercrombie and her daughter, Worcester Prep senior Delaney Abercrombie, presented Upper School technology/science teacher Colleen McGuire with a $500 ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Program grant. ExxonMobil believes in investing in educational programs for the next generation to pursue studies and careers in fields involving math and science. Submitted Photos
Standoff In Domestic IncidentOCEAN CITY — A local man was arrested on assault charges last week after allegedly kicking a female victim down a flight of stairs during a domestic incident.Around 9:30 p.m. last Wednesday, Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) officers responded to a residence on Newport Bay Drive for a reported domestic incident. The… Read more »
The Recovery Resource Center was recently presented with a $5,000 gift by Col. Bob Cook (ret.) In November, Cook was awarded The Frank H. Morris Humanitarian Award for his commitment to the community and philanthropy by the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore. In honor of the award, the Community Foundation committed $1,500 to the… Read more »
OCEAN CITY — A highlight of the 3rd Annual Ocean City Film Festival is the Delmarva premiere of “The Biggest Little Farm,” a feature documentary directed and produced by two former locals — John Chester and Erica Cramer Messer.The film will screen on Saturday, March 9 at 2 p.m. in a special showing at the… Read more »
Michael James of the Carousel Group recently presented a check for $12,500 to the Worcester County Education Foundation (WCEF), which was established in August of 2013 as a 501(c)3 non-profit to establish a proactive partnership between the community and the public school system by linking community resources with the educational needs of its students to… Read more »