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Stevens likely to retire from board

After serving three three-year terms on the Ocean Pines Association Board, Dave Stevens, the current vice president, will apparently not run for reelection this year.   Stevens was elected in 2007, 2010 and, after taking a year off because of term-limit restrictions, again in 2014. He is known for his somewhat dry sense of humor… Read more »

STEM workshops offered in March and April

The Worcester County UME 4-H Youth Development Program is offering two STEM-based Home Arts workshops in March and April. The Beginner Sewing Workshop is a six-week course for youth ages 8-18, beginning Tuesday, March 14, 6-8 p.m., at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Community Center, 18 Third Street in Pocomoke.   The basics of sewing, stitching,… Read more »

Annual Health Fair in Ocean Pines, Oct. 1

(Sept. 22, 2016) Atlantic General Hospital and Peninsula Regional Medical Center are collaborating with the Ocean Pines Association and its Communications Advisory Committee to offer a free health fair for the community. The event will be held Saturday, Oct. 1 from 8 a.m. to noon in the Ocean Pines Community Center at 235 Ocean Parkway… Read more »

New school brings Montessori method to Worcester County

(Sept. 8, 2016) Coastal Early Learning Center in Berlin held two successful open houses last week, and the Montessori school is looking forward to operating in its new base of operations, according to owner Carrie Coots. An Oklahoma native, Coots moved to the area nine years ago. She holds a degree from Oklahoma State University… Read more »

SU names 129 Worcester Co. students to dean’s list

(July 28, 2016) Some 129 Worcester County area students were named to the Dean’s List at Salisbury University for the spring 2016 semester. •Berlin area residents include Delaney Andrews, Joshua August, Devin Bataille, Alexandra Birckett, Nicole Bishop, Brooke Brittingham, Cara Carr, Natalie Cieri, Devynn Detzer, Christina Dubrava, Christopher Eslin, Megan Fulton, Hailey Gibbs, Lindsey Gilbert,… Read more »

Berlin Nursing & Rehabilitation Ctr. presented award

(July 28, 2016) Mid-Atlantic Health Care this week announced that Berlin Nursing & Rehabilitation Center received the 2015 Quality Innovation Award from the Maryland and Virginia Quality Innovation Network. This award recognizes high-performing nursing homes that are improving resident care and satisfaction on multiple fronts. All nursing homes in Maryland are part of the Maryland-Virginia… Read more »

Atlantic General to offer free seminars in July, Aug. in OP

(July 7, 2016) The Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks Department and Atlantic General Hospital will offer two free informational health seminars to the public this summer at the Ocean Pines Community Center, located at 235 Ocean Parkway in Ocean Pines. On Wednesday, July 13 from 5:30-6:30 p.m., Dr. Sara Moghaddam, a dermatologist at Atlantic General… Read more »

AGH introduces free, hour-long Medical Mondays

(July 7, 2016) Medical Mondays, brought to the community by AGH Healthy Happenings, Atlantic General Hospital’s community connection, is a free one-hour monthly program. All members of the community are invited to attend to learn about various wellness and healthcare topics including skin care/dermatology, diabetes, finding a primary care provider and when to go to… Read more »

AGH Wound Care Center receives excellence award

(June 23, 2016) Atlantic General Hospital physicians, leaders and clinicians gathered recently to celebrate the Robert A. Warriner III, M.D., Center of Excellence award, which was given to the Wound Care Center because it has met the Center of Distinction quality standards for Healogics for at least two consecutive years. The Center has again achieved… Read more »

Hats in air, tassels move left; Snow Hill High graduates 85

(June 9, 2016) The assembled parents, students and other well wishers couldn’t be contained in the auditorium of the newly expanded Snow Hill High School last week, so some onlookers were seated in other areas and watched the ceremony via provided television screens. The separation, only by a matter of a few feet, did little… Read more »