State college scholarship program launched

With the passage of a new law this year, Maryland will join several other states that are helping to make a community college education more affordable by offering a Community College Promise Scholarship program. The program is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2019. Gov. Larry Hogan will appropriate $15 million for FY 2020, […]

2018 Wor-Wic graduates reminded of opportunities

During Wor-Wic Community College commencement ceremonies at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center, Judge Daniel M. Long shared stories, personal examples and lessons learned, and urged the graduates to make a difference. Long told those assembled that “tonight is just the beginning of your education in life and you will come to realize, that is […]

State measure could help finance college completion

The Near Completers and Maryland Community College Promise Scholarships Bill, passed as the 2018 Maryland Legislative Session drew to a close, will give those who worked on a college degree, then stopped, the opportunity to finish. “This will really help Maryland. This is a great opportunity,” Dr. Ray Hoy, President of Wor-Wic Community College, told […]

Players’ Death of a Salesman opens Jan. 26 at Wor-Wic

Guests can expect a powerful performance when Community Players of Salisbury presents Death of a Salesman, opening on Friday, Jan. 26. “It’s a powerful show, that’s the key word.  This is a very powerful play which addresses many issues including relationships, the American dream, aging, loss of identity and the inability to accept reality. It’s […]

Bob Culver: Council should leave Wor-Wic program alone

I’m always amazed when people call for change and yet keep doing the same thing expecting different results. When I ran for County Executive one of my major topics was jobs. The citizens said that they want not only more jobs, but better jobs in Wicomico County. While it is true that we lost many […]

Marc Kilmer: On Wor-Wic, council is seeking accountability for taxpayers

I’m always amazed when politicians think we should judge government programs on intentions, not on results. That appears to be the case with the Wor-Wic tuition subsidy program. During its one-year existence, it has shown some deficiencies. The county council is exploring ways to fix these problems so the program better serves students as well […]

County Council looks to limit Wor-Wic scholarships

The Wicomico County Council is scheduled to vote on a resolution requiring high school seniors applying for Wor-Wic Community College’s scholarship program to carry at least a 2.5 grade point average. The resolution is on the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting, with no opportunity for public comment until the end of the meeting, after the Council […]

Trees give way for Wor-Wic geothermal energy project

An 18-month project to install some 270 individual geothermal wells that will provide HVAC heating and cooling water to two Wor-Wic Community College buildings has resulted in a dramatic change to the college’s entrance way. After being postponed for nearly a year, the much anticipated and critically needed Geothermal Project for Maner Technology Center and […]