Fundraising

08/31/2021 | Fundraising Effort Launched After Offshore Tragedy

AGH Kicks Off Gudelsky Family Medical Center Construction Off Route 589

OCEAN PINES – Atlantic General Hospital celebrated the start of construction of the Gudelsky Family Medical Center with a groundbreaking ceremony this week. On Tuesday, Atlantic General Hospital (AGH) staff and board members joined local officials to commemorate the start of construction of the hospital’s new outpatient medical center. The 53,000-square-foot facility, to be known…

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UDPATED WEDNESDAY: Man Facing 30-Plus Child Abuse, Porn Charges Including 19 Felonies; Travers Worked In Local Schools, Day Care Facilities

UDPATED WEDNESDAY: Man Facing 30-Plus Child Abuse, Porn Charges Including 19 Felonies; Travers Worked In Local Schools, Day Care Facilities

(Editor’s Note: The following story – originally posted Tuesday – has been updated with new information obtained from court records.) SNOW HILL – A local childcare worker is in prison facing dozens of charges related to child porn and sexual abuse of minors. Ocean Pines resident Bruce William Travers, 37, faces 34 charges total —two…

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Fundraising Effort Launched After Offshore Tragedy

Fundraising Effort Launched After Offshore Tragedy

OCEAN CITY — In typical fashion, the region’s fishing community is rallying around their own this week after a local angler perished in a suspected boat collision about 60 miles off the coast of Ocean City on Friday afternoon. Around 2 p.m. last Friday, Ocean City paramedics responded aboard a U.S. Coast Guard rescue boat…

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Worcester Public Schools To Start With Masks After State Board Vote; Protest Held Monday At School Board

Worcester Public Schools To Start With Masks After State Board Vote; Protest Held Monday At School Board

NEWARK – Public school students in Worcester County will begin the school year with masks following a decision by the Maryland State Board of Education last week. Superintendent Lou Taylor confirmed in a message to parents Friday that because of the state board’s emergency regulation requiring universal masking, Worcester County Public Schools students and staff…

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