Seventy-five years ago, July 4, 1940, Ocean City lifeguards, dressed in their ceremonial uniforms, raised the American flag and international signal code flags for the first time to the top of a newly erected 50-foot steel flagpole in front of the Music Pier.Fred Miller, local historian, will discuss Ocean City’s “Firsts” on Thursday, July 9 at 7:00 p.m. in the Christopher Maloney Lecture Hall in the Ocean City Free Public Library, 1735 Simpson Avenue. This will be the first of the Ocean City Historical Museum’s weekly Summer Lecture Series. All are welcome and admission is free.— Courtesy of Fred Miller, historian and former OCBP lieutenant
Pixabay Stock Image.NEW YORK – There’s a new website to address the mental and emotional health challenges created by the global Coronavirus pandemic.The pandemic crisis services coalition website aims to help connect those in need with appropriate mental health resources.Until now, there’ hasn’t been a comprehensive searchable database making it harder for people to find help quickly.The new site’s database is searchable by state, contact method, type of support needed, and categories. Topics include anxiety, substance or domestic abuse, depression, and more.The PCSRC website also has articles to aid in coping with the impact of the pandemic, as well as information tailored to frontline workers.It partners with groups like the national suicide prevention lifeline, the Trevor Project and the disaster distress help-line. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
#Syracuse #? pic.twitter.com/zXNoGYx79T— Liam O’Sullivan (@biggie_sulls) December 14, 2015 Published on December 14, 2015 at 6:10 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds O’Sullivan is the third player to commit to Syracuse since the hiring of head coach Dino Babers. Earlier on Monday, offensive linemen Cam DeGeorge and Noel Brouse decommitted from Syracuse. O’Sullivan joins Airon Servais and Sam Heckel as SU’s 2016 offensive line commits.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Maine South (Illinois) High School product, who is listed at 6 feet 7 inches and 237 pounds, is ranked with three stars and as the 129th best offensive tackle in the 2016 class, according to 247Sports.com’s composite rankings. O’Sullivan also had an offer from Bowling Green, Babers’ former school. He originally committed to Cincinnati on June 17. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Class of 2016 offensive lineman Liam O’Sullivan has flipped his commitment from Cincinnati to Syracuse. O’Sullivan is now the third offensive lineman in SU’s 2016 class and 13th overall.