A Week In Business – October 9, 2020

Summer Market RecapBERLIN – Residential settlements on the Lower Eastern Shore rose throughout the month, according to the latest numbers from the Coastal Association of REALTORS® (CAR).In all three counties throughout August, new settlements were up 18% percent compared to the same time last year. Individually, new settlements throughout August were up by 1.8 percent… Read more »

A Week In Business – October 2, 2020

A Week In Business – October 2, 2020

General Surgeon AddedBERLIN – Dr. Kanika Trehan recently joined Atlantic General Hospital and Health System to provide general surgery services to residents of WorcesterCounty and the surrounding area.Trehan completed her undergraduate studies and master’s degree in molecular and cellular biology at Johns Hopkins University before entering the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 2010. She… Read more »

A Week In Business – September 18, 2020

Long-Time Employee RetiresSNOW HILL — Phyllis Wimbrow, deputy director of Worcester County Development Review and Permitting (DRP) will retire effective Sept. 18 after 36years of public service to the community.“Phyllis’s leading role with the county inspired positive changes,” Chief Administrative Officer Harold Higgins said. “She effected change because she knows who we are as a… Read more »

A Week In Business – September 4, 2020

A Week In Business – September 4, 2020

Health System AnnouncementSALISBURY — The former Peninsula Regional Health System this week announced its new name — TidalHealth.The name was chosen after months of research through interviews with patients and staff of the entities that make up TidalHealth – Peninsula Regional and Nanticoke hospitals; the McCready, Ocean Pines and Millsboro Health Pavilion; the many specialty… Read more »

A Week In Business – August 7, 2020

A Week In Business – August 7, 2020

Bank Scholarships PresentedBERLIN — Taylor Bank has selected three area high school seniors as recipients of the Calvin B. Taylor Memorial Scholarship.The scholarship is for $1,000 towards continuing education expenses and is based on student accomplishments in the areas of academics, leadership, community service, extracurricular activities, and an essay.One student was selected from each county… Read more »

A Week In Business – July 31, 2020

Contractors Completes ProjectSALISBURY – Vice President Tyler Barnes of Gillis Gilkerson has announced the company’s completion of construction on the new Taylor Bank facility in Onley, Va. The full-service bank branch isnow open for business on the corner of Main Street and Shore Parkway.“We value the relationship we have with Taylor Bank,” said Barnes. “We’ve completed… Read more »

A Week In Business – July 24, 2020

Executive Director NamedBERLIN — Worcester County GOLD, Inc. (Giving Other Lives Dignity), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing emergency assistance for Worcester County residents in times of crisis, hasselected a new executive director. After an extensive process, the Board of Directors and Executive Committee have selected Nicholas Cranford to lead GOLD.Since arriving in November, Cranford has… Read more »

A Week In Business – July 17, 2020

Agents Included On RankingOCEAN CITY — Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Ocean City offices recently had several agents ranking in June out of 1,400 agents in the Baltimore region.Local agents included on the ranking list were Nancy Reither, two; Jamie Caine, seven; Dan Clayland, 14; Peck Miller, 23; Ed Galyon, 32; Marianne Leizure, 46; James Motsko,… Read more »

A Week In Business – July 10, 2020

A Week In Business – July 10, 2020

xxxxxxxxxxxxxCertifications EarnedBERLIN – Six staff members in Atlantic General Hospital pharmacy department have received advanced certifications in the field of pharmacy technology. The certifications, which are notrequired for the profession,further support the organization’s medication safety goals in providing high quality care to their patients.Pharmacy techs Kelly Kline, Meghan Hudson, Jacquelyn Snowden, Gail Carrigg, Michelle Briddell… Read more »