Dollars & Sense
To accommodate the dental needs of the ever-increasing summer and year-round populations in the Bethany Beach area, Bethany Dental Associates welcomed Dr. Peter Patellis into its practice on Aug. 15.
For the residents of coastal Delaware, Dollar Buys makes a lot of sense. One Fenwick Island couple hopes it will make a lot of cents too.
Hugh “Hughie” McBride has had a fair amount of ideas over the years. Back in 1989, perhaps wanting to disprove his wife Tina’s remonstration that he never did anything with those ideas — he did something.
After 20 years of practicing as both a psychotherapist and a life coach in Baltimore and Chevy Chase, Md., nationally known psychologist Dr. Michael Hurd, has recently relocated to Bethany Beach to continue his practice. (Hurd still sees his remaining Chevy Chase patients one day each week.)
Brandon Linden has been living at the beach since the first grade, so he knows all about the laid-back lifestyle. He brings that to his new surf and skate shop, The Vault.
What wasn’t laid back about the shop was getting it under way for the grand opening last Saturday, July 16.
Bill Reid is on his third location for his business in 20 years. And doesn’t bother him at all.
“It’s a thriving business,” he said. “It keeps getting bigger and better.
When Dick Heidenberger was just 12 years old, he had his first bite of frozen custard and knew it was something special.
With the forgetful vacationer in mind, Bethany and Resort Rental Service is prepared to rent out pretty much anything from body boards to sheets and towels.
Tiffany Nacchia always knew she wanted to be self-employed, but she never imagined she would be where she is today.
Bethany Surf Shop made its silver anniversary a few weeks back (Memorial Day weekend), and what more auspicious date to celebrate 25 years than Saturday, June 25th.
Ken Crooks has a corner all to himself, tucked away on Cedar Neck Road, north of Route 26. Crooks owns Treasure Island Fashions.
Through all the changes in the area, B & R Tackle and Hunting Supplies has been a staple in the York Beach Mall for 29 years.
Pilot to restaurateur — not exactly what one might consider a logical progression, but it’s worked for Baja Beach House Grill’s Rick Hundley.
There wasn’t much happening around the Den at Bear Trap Dunes when Executive Chef Bob Webster came on board four years ago.
The Cedar Bay 55-plus community, located directly behind the new South Coastal Leisure Center (CHEER) on Cedar Neck Road, is nearing completion, and models are now open for seniors’ review.