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Gladys B. Pecore

BISHOPVILLE — Gladys Bishop Pecore, age 84, died Wednesday, March 21 at the Berlin Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Born in Showell she was the daughter of the late John Edward Bishop and Carrie Mildred Bishop. She was preceded in death by her husband, Augustine Maurice Pecore in 1983. She is survived by her children, Michael… Read more »

Nicholas Ryan Townsend

OCEAN CITY — Nicholas Ryan Townsend, age 23, died unexpectedly on March 17. Born in Chester, Pa., he was the son of Norman Townsend and Cheryl A. Van der Slice. Townsend had worked as a line cook for Terra in Philadelphia.  Along with his parents he is survived by his grandmother, Beverly Parsons; his step-father,… Read more »

Mark A. Vincent

OCEAN PINES — Mark Alan Vincent died March 24 at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of the late Mark Ross Vincent and Betty E. Poore. He is survived by his wife, Mary Knighton Vincent and son Jeremy R. Vincent and his wife Kate, of Whaleyville. He… Read more »

Marc L. Beaubien, Sr.

OCEAN CITY — Marc Laurence Beaubien, Sr., age 71, passed away on March 23 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. Born in Woonsocket, R.I., he was the son of the late Wilfred Henri Beaubien and Rose Trudel Beaubien. He is survived by his loving wife of 48 years, Barbara Jean  and his sons, Marc L…. Read more »

Springtime is time to get those tostones out

For six weeks the Decatur High School Robotics Team, the Beach Bots, built a robot as part of the Chesapeake Regional Robotics competition which culminated in Baltimore two weeks ago. The teams came from as far away as California, and they were part of the First Robotics series which boasts sponsors such as SIAC, BAE… Read more »

Directors to reconsider Burbage land

OCEAN PINES  — Jack and Todd Burbage presented the OPA Board of Directors this week with the preliminary draft site plan for a medical office complex they propose to build on the Association’s northern border. “Atlantic General Hospital is bursting at the seams,” Burbage said. The new complex would make it both easier to centralize… Read more »

Bob Thompson lays out greens replacement plan

OCEAN PINES — Over the coming weeks the greens replacement project approved by the Board of Directors will be well underway and at the last meeting General Manager Bob Thompson presented an update on the work. As part of a plan to both improve the fairways and the greens, an aggressive tree removal and trimming… Read more »

The triumphant reunion of a band before its time

WEST OCEAN CITY —  When Baillie and the Boys take the stage at the OC Jamboree next week, it will be the beginning of a new era for a group that has been ahead of its time since the 1970s. In the 70s and 80s there was pop, there was rock and there was R&B… Read more »

Local and national artists support one of their own

WEST OCEAN CITY — The art galleries along Route 611 have a vision for eventually turning the strip into a gallery district that encourages the opening an success of other galleries but building a culture is sometimes something of a challenge. Punk Rock Fish, the first of the galleries to see the area’s potential and… Read more »

Freeman Stage at Bayside promotes more than art

SELBYVILLE — The Freeman Stage at Bayside has, over the last half-decade, established itself as one of the premiere venues supporting the performing arts. From concerts to plays to interactive events, each of the last four summers has brought a new, richer dimension to the entertainment opportunities in the region. So as the Joshua M…. Read more »