Vanishing Ocean City With Bunk Mann

Vanishing Ocean City With Bunk Mann

In the years up to and including the 1960s, Baltimore Avenue was a mostly residential area lined with homes and boarding houses such as the Gables, pictured.This changed in the 1990s when lack of adequate parking became a serious issue in the downtown section of Ocean City. Boardwalk hotel owners began buying these properties and… Read more »

Things I Like – April 26, 2019

Walking to dinner in BerlinPlayoff game sevensKids’ Easter outfits in churchMy neighbor’s big cherry blossom tree in full bloomPeople who write computer codeLobster mac n’ cheeseSiesta Key’s fine sandWhen movie endings match the book’sSunny and dry weekendsWhen the finish line can be seen during a runHow my kids love broccoli

Select Group Of Worcester Preparatory School Students Inducted To The National Art Honor Society

Select Group Of Worcester Preparatory School Students Inducted To The National Art Honor Society

A select group of Worcester Preparatory School students were inducted to the National Art Honor Society on April 10, in the Guerrieri Library. Pictured, front row from left, are Emily Copeland, Abby Taylor, Maya Natesan, Ashley Laws, Jordan Campbell and Damiana Colley; second row, technology teacher Nancy Raskauskas, art teacher George Zaiser, Kelly Polk, Maria… Read more »

Knights Of Columbus Sponsor Annual Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest At Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School

Knights Of Columbus Sponsor Annual Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest At Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School

The Knights of Columbus, Bishop Burke Council, recently sponsored their annual Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest for eighth-grade students at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School. The topic for the essay is, “How does my family show our Catholic faith in action?” Pictured, from left, are Robert Oliver, third place finisher Sandra Pawlowska, second place writer Julia… Read more »