A Week In Business

Local Dentist Lectures At Association MeetingBERLIN – Area dentist William Allen, DDS MAGD recently returned from lecturing to the Missouri Dental Association at its annual meeting. Allen taught the Missouri dentists “Advanced Procedures in Cosmetic Dentistry”, which focused on the newest techniques to create beautiful natural smiles with an emphasis on porcelain veneers.Allen, pictured at… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Trade Show ApproachingOCEAN CITY – Attendees at the 34th Annual Ocean City Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Association Spring Trade Expo will be able to hop into the Impaired Driving Simulator and experience the affects of drinking and driving. As part of the Worcester County Liquor Control Board (LCB) exhibit, this car shows the LCB’s commitment to inform the… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Residents Opens BusinessOCEAN CITY – Ocean City resident Blake McGrath completed his soft opening business rollout plan and officially launched his Screenmobile franchise Feb. 1.Screenmobile is a franchise system that builds custom window, door and patio screens at a customer’s home using proprietary equipment transported to the residence via a custom-built trailer. The at-your-door screen… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Realtors Join CompanyBERLIN – Re/Max Premier Properties announced this week that Leslie Smith and Mia McCarthy of “The Beach Group” have joined the firm’s West Ocean City office. Smith and McCarthy come with a wealth of knowledge and experience. They are consistent top producers and offer their clients top-notch service.The offices of Re/Max Premier Properties… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Bank PromotionsBERLIN – Raymond M. Thompson, President and C.E.O. of Calvin B. Taylor Banking Company has announced the following promotions.Barry Laws has been promoted to Loan and Business Development Officer for the Snow Hill and Pocomoke areas. Laws has been with the bank for 19 years as Branch Manager of the Snow Hill office. Laws… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

New Red Cross DirectorSALISBURY – The Lower Shore Chapter of the American Red Cross has announce the hiring of John Culp as new Chapter Director.After the recent retirement of 14-year Director Alan Lee, the application process began, leading to interviews and finally narrowing the field down to a few candidates. “We were especially pleased with… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

AGH Earns AwardBERLIN – Medication error is a common threat to patient safety: it is estimated that 7,000 patients die in the U.S. each year as a result of medication errors and a larger number require further treatment. The American Hospital Association points to incomplete patient information – including known allergies and current medications –… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Women Honored At DinnerOCEAN CITY – Approximately 250 people gathered in the Crystal Ballroom of the Clarion Resort Fontainebleau Hotel for the Ocean City Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Association (OCHMRA) Holiday Dinner Meeting on Dec. 13.The main attraction of the evening was a tribute to the “Steel Magnolias”, a name given to the women who started the hospitality… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

AGH Joins MRSA InitiativeBERLIN – Atlantic General Hospital was recently selected to join the Maryland Patient Safety Center’s MRSA Prevention Initiative, a five-month program that helps participating hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and dialysis centers identify and successfully implement new practices to reduce the spread of MRSA. While it is estimated that more than two million people… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Wound Care Center OpensBERLIN – Atlantic General Hospital announced recently the opening of its new Wound Care Center. Located at 10231 Old Ocean City Boulevard in the new James G. Barrett Medical Office Building, the program specializes in the treatment of problem wounds, a growing concern spurred by an aging US population and the increase… Read more »