Ocean City Fire Department Sponsors Fire Prevention Week Poster Contest

Ocean City Fire Department Sponsors Fire Prevention Week Poster Contest

Each year during Fire Prevention Week, the Ocean City Fire Department sponsors a poster contest for grades Pre-K to three and an essay contest for fourth grade students. This year’s theme was “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape.  Plan and Practice Your Escape!” Pictured with members of the fire department are this year’s contest winners from Ocean City… Read more »

A Week In Business – October 25, 2019

A Week In Business – October 25, 2019

New Real Estate OpensOCEAN VIEW — Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in the Mid-Atlantic Region has announced the company has opened a new office at 89 Atlantic Avenuein Ocean View, Del. Company leadership and local Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce members were in attendance for the ribbon cutting ceremony this month.The coastal Delaware office brings together… Read more »

Open Houses Of The Week- October 25, 2019

Open Houses Of The Week- October 25, 2019

FENWICK ISLAND 30068 Sanctuary Dr The Overlook Tues-Sat 10-5 Sun-Mon 12-5 New Construction Single Family Homes Bayfront Community NV Homes 302-988-2185WEST OCEAN CITY West Harbor Village 9800-32 Mooring View Lane Thurs-Mon 11-5 New Construction Townhomes Harbor Homes 443-366-2814WEST OCEAN CITY 10049 Bonita Drive Sat 1-4 3BR/1.5BA Home Close to Beach No HOA/City Taxes Large Back… Read more »

Worcester Prep Girls Wear Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Worcester Prep Girls Wear Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, the Worcester Prep girls’ sports teams donned pink shirts, ribbons and/or socks during their games in October. Members of the girls soccer team, pictured front from left, are Anna Williams, Brooke Emeigh, Hanna Zajdel, Lily Baeurle, Ava Nally and Thalia Vasilikos; middle, Coach Allison Bescak, Waverly Choy,… Read more »

Voices From The Readers – October 25, 2019

Voices From The Readers – October 25, 2019

Lower Assumed Growth Rate Needed With FundsEditor:The “Tallest Midget in the Forest,” a metaphor, will be used to describe the Worcester County Public Education System and to unconditionally support any opposition Superintendent of Schools Lou Taylor may feel is appropriate to Maryland state’s intrusion into our county’s public education system with the Kirwan Commission. One… Read more »