A Week In Business – August 30, 2019

A Week In Business – August 30, 2019

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxBanking School GraduateBERLIN – Taylor Bank has announced Assistant Vice President, Loan and Business Development Officer Cory Walsh recently graduated with Honors from Maryland Banking School, a three-year banking school provided by the Maryland Bankers Association.“We make it a priority to invest in the future of Taylor Bank, and that means ensuring that our employees… Read more »

A Week In Business – August 23, 2019

Banking School GraduatesOCEAN CITY – Bank of Ocean City President/CEO Reid Tingle, along with the Board of Directors, has announced Melissa von Bank, branch manager of Fenwick Island, and Amy Catlin, internal auditor, have recently graduated from Maryland Banking School.The Maryland Banking School graduation ceremonies took place on Friday, Aug. 9 at the University of… Read more »

A Week In Business – August 9, 2019

Loan Program AnnouncedSALISBURY — Local housing non-profit Salisbury Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. (SNHS) has recognized a need for assistance to help residents in Somerset and Worcester Counties achieve the American dream of owning a home.SNHS currently offers down payment and closing cost assistance loans for those who are buying in Wicomico County. This opportunity will… Read more »

A Week In Business – August 2, 2019

The Bank of Delmarva President/CEO John W. Breda recently announced the recent $500 donation to Justin’s Beach House (JBH), located in the Bethany Beach area where families with cancer can have a place of respite and enjoy family time. The bank’s employees contribute money to a Casual Day Fund in order to dress casually on… Read more »

A Week In Business-July 26, 2019

Hospital Deal SignedSALISBURY – Nanticoke Health Services (NHS) of Seaford, Del. and Peninsula Regional Health System (PRHS), based in Salisbury, announced a definitive agreementto affiliate has been reached. Pending final state and federal regulatory approval, which is anticipated in November, Nanticoke Health Services will join the Peninsula Regional Health System.“In order for Nanticoke to further… Read more »

A Week In Business – July 19, 2019

Pictured, from left, are Tammy Galusha, service operations manager for Business Health Services; Tracey Mullineaux, employee health/wellness nurse at AGH; and Nicole Morris, infection prevention and employee health manager at AGH.xxHospital Earns Wellness AwardBERLIN –  Atlantic General Hospital has been recognized by Healthiest Maryland Businesses as a gold level recipient of the Wellness at Work… Read more »

A Week In Business – July 12, 2019

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan presented the Karaman family and the Golden Plate Restaurant on the Boardwalk a citation last month for nearly 50 years of serving locals and visitors. Submitted PhotoxxxGlass Studio RelocatingBERLIN – Berlin has been selected as the new home of acclaimed glass artist Michele Krempa and her company, Seachelle Designs®, LLC. Her… Read more »

A Week In Business – July 5, 2019

Telescope Pictures recently hosted two ribbon cutting celebration at two of its locations in Ocean City. The ribbon cuttings celebrated the company’s locations on 118th Street and 16th Street. Above, Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce officials and other representatives are pictured with Telescopes Pictures owners and employees. Photo by Jeanette DeskiewiczxxCompany Wellness HonoredSALISBURY — Perdue… Read more »

A Week In Business – June 28, 2019

The Sibony family celebrated the opening of the new Taphouse Tavern on 127th Street last week with a ribbon cutting ceremony coordinated by the Greater Ocean City Chamber of Commerce. Pictured, above from left, are Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan, owner Zev Sibony and Chamber Executive Director Melanie Pursel. Photo by Terri FrenchxxCoastal Grants AwardedBERLIN… Read more »