Monday, August 2, 2021

 

Passing of the Worcester County Board of Education President

 View WMDT news story:

 Worcester Co. Schools mourning loss of Board President - 47abc (wmdt.com)


On July 30, the Worcester County Board of Education was notified of the sudden loss of our Board of Education President, Mr. Eric W. Cropper, Sr. He leaves behind his wife, Bess, and three children, and an incredible legacy as a leader in the Worcester County Public School system.


We have created this GoFundMe to help support the family with funeral and memorial expenses, and given his dedication to the education of all young people in our community, we would like to help fund scholarships for his three children to attend college.


All proceeds will go directly to the family.


https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-support-the-cropper-family?utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer

 



The Pocomoke Public Eye-
In 1991 retired Daily Times editor Dick Moore wrote about the early days of the fair and the plans to bring it back again.

(See enlarged text below the page view)






                     (ads from the catalogue)





Sunday, August 1, 2021

Time Machine: 1930, 2009, 1898, 1938, 1975, 1977, 1925.

 


April, 1930

The Evening Journal (Wilmington)


November, 2009

 

Baltimore Sun


February, 1898

Peninsula Enterprise


April, 1938

 Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, The Evening News (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.)


March, 1975 (see readable text following front page view)




Daily  Times (Salisbury)
    




March, 1977

Daily Times (Salisbury)


May, 1925





Friday, July 30, 2021

Worcester vaccine clinic scheduled

 (WBOC)

Next clinic is Monday, 8/2. View news story:

Worcester Health to Hold 200th COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic - WBOC TV


Time Machine Preview

 This Sunday here at The Pocomoke Public Eye:

1930  ..  PHS senior class play at the Marva (any familiar names?).

2009  ..  After weeks of emergency repairs-


1898  ..  A big day in Accomac- it's hog killing day.

1938  ..  Question answered- when was the term "Eastern Shore" first used?

1975  ..  


1977  ..  What's about to  occur where Atlantic High School once stood?

1925  ..  Letter To Editor- Fire zones suggested for Pocomoke City.


Thursday, July 29, 2021

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Masks and Worcester County Schools- the latest

 (WBOC)


View news story:

MD Schools Undecided On New Mask Guidance - WBOC TV

         FRIDAY 7/30 & SATURDAY 7/31

         **9AM-8PM   

           **PRINCESS ANNE CIVIC CENTER

                      


11828 Crisfield Lane Princess Anne, MD.     Come and enjoy our county fair.  4-H Exhibits, Adults Exhibits, Greased Pig Contest, FFA & FHA Activities, Livestock Exhibits, and the Fair Queen Contests.  Somerset County Fair showcases many of the agricultural traditions important to the Eastern Shore such as livestock, crop and vegetable varieties, food preservation, horticulture, and home art & crafts. Young to old are welcome to participate in all the exhibitions. Free admission.





Monday, July 26, 2021

Pocomoke speed cameras

 (City of Pocomoke website)



Speed cameras will be functioning in Pocomoke City on Wednesday, July 28, 2021. There is a forgiveness period of 30 days until August 28, 2021.  For more information, please click on the attachment link below:

Microsoft Word - Pocomole City Speed FAQs (cityofpocomoke.com)

Sunday, July 25, 2021

Time Machine: 1959, 1921, 1883, 1993, 1948.

 


November, 1959


Salisbury Times

(PPE reader comment)

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In 1959 the Orioles charged $3.00 for box seats and mezzanine box, $2.75 for upper reserved and as low as 75 cents for outfield bleachers and some upper deck seats.


August, 1921

The Daily Banner (Cambridge)


February, 1883

The Morning News (Wilmington)


April, 1993



(ONCE A BUSY PLACE. Eddie McFord, who was raised in Miona, stands at Pitts Wharf, the site of the old steamboat wharf that was one of the busiest spots in the rural community for years after the turn of the century.)


Daily Times (Salisbury)


  
July, 1948