We Remember Those We Have Lost

Elizabeth Ann Foley OCEAN CITY — Elizabeth Ann Foley, 81, a resident of Ocean City, died on Jan. 22, 2014 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. She was born on March 6, 1932 in Brooklyn, was raised in Queens, and then moved to Williston Park, N.Y. after her marriage to Tom in 1952. She… Read more »

School Discipline Changes Approved

SNOW HILL- The Maryland State Board of Education (MSDE) officially adopted some much discussed new student discipline regulations this week, although what exactly that will mean for Worcester County isn’t certain at the moment. MSDE has been working on an update to the statewide Student Code of Conduct for years. They have been seeking a… Read more »

Seahawks Put Away Pesky Indians, 81-72

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity basketball team squeezed in a game this week and beat Wicomico, 81-72, to improve to 9-4 on the season. The Seahawks faced the Indians on Tuesday in a rare game over the last two weeks because of continued weather-related school closures and withstood a couple of comeback attempts to come away… Read more »

Community Foundation Of The Eastern Shore Awards Cedar Chapel Special School With $4,500 Education Grant

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The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore awarded Cedar Chapel Special School a $4,500 education grant to support the school’s visual learning program called Vizzle that assists students with language delay. Pictured, from left, are Heather Towers, Program Officer, Community Foundation; Bess Cropper, Curriculum Resource Teacher, Cedar Chapel Special School; and Belinda Gulyas, Principal, Cedar… Read more »