Lori Foster, a resident of Old Town, was in her hometown of Mobile, Alabama on Christmas Eve where she entertained a group of friends with the latest edition of the Old Town Crier. The longtime pals were celebrating at T.P. Crockmier’s – a restaurant named after Thaddeus P. Crockmier who was born in Virginia and […]
Our Publisher and our good friends and longtime Old Town Crier readers, Kathleen McMannus and Dan Burns, checking out issues from over the years during a visit to their waterfront home in Noank, Connecticut. After many years away from the area, Kathleen and Dan split their time between Connecticut and National Harbor these days.
Old Town Crier loyal reader and friend, Charlie Lanham, visited Eyre Square in Ireland where JFK made his famous speech in June of 1963 just 5 months before his assassination. The flags in the background represent the original 14 tribes of Galway which were merchant families that dominated trade with Europe in the 1600’s. After […]
John and Ruthie Caputo took a short side trip in to Old Town on their way home to Port Clinton, Ohio and picked up an Old Town Crier in the process. In the spirit of their journey, they took another side trip to the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia for this photo op! […]
Amy Wolfe, of Old Town, traveled to London “on holiday” with husband Ken to hear Big Ben chime before he’s silenced for restoration.
Zach Wilson, a true island boy, reads the Old Town Crier from his home in Coral Bay, St John USVI. His mother, Anna Adams, is a long time friend and sailing buddy of ours. The beautiful Clare Bole Weaver takes a few minutes out of her […]
Some of the Old Town Crier’s very favorite Calvert County residents/readers took a break during their trip to Italy to snap a photo in the ancient city of Pompei. A grand time was had by all. Photo by Tom Posey From Left to Right: Julie Carrol-Posey, Melissa McCormick and Jeannie Cousineau-Stone.