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The Ocean City Fine Arts League announced the winners of the “Black & White with a Touch of Color” Art Show & Exhibition in February.First place: “Molly,” print and watercolor by Janet McShain, of Dennisville.Second place: “The Rosy Finger of Dawn: Italian Morning,” mixed media by Barbara Rosin, of Margate.Third place: “Sylvia,” acrylic by Lolli Grilli.Honorable Mention: “Scruffy,” mixed media by Alisa Harris, of Ocean View, and “Belties,” acrylic by Merryl Cool, of Smithville.The Fine Arts League is mixing it up for the March art show and exhibition, so artists may use any media to create their masterpieces.The league is located at 711 Asbury Avenue in Ocean City and is open seven days a week. All artwork is for sale. Proceeds support local artists.In addition to the artwork in the exhibition, the gallery showcases watercolor, glass, mixed media, pottery, photography, oil, acrylic, textiles, jewelry and sculpture. All are made by professional local artisans.For more information, call (609) 814-0308 or visit oceancityfineartsleague.org and like us on Facebook.Winning first place was “Molly,” a print and watercolor by Janet McShain, of Dennisville. Taking second place was “The Rosy Finger of Dawn: Italian Morning,” a mixed media creation by Barbara Rosin, of Margate.
Kirk Smith (Photo courtesy of Franklin County Detention Center)JAY – A Livermore Falls man was arrested late last week after he allegedly struck another man with an axe and ran him over with a vehicle outside a Belanger Road residence.Kirk Smith, 45 of Livermore Falls, has been charged with aggravated assault, a Class B felony, as well as aggravated driving to endanger, a Class C felony, in relation to an incident that police say occurred Friday evening.According to an arrest affidavit filed with the court system by Jay Police Officer David Morin, the officer responded to a Belanger Road residence at approximately 5:27 p.m. Friday after receiving a report of an assault. He arrived to discover a 45-year-old Jay resident sitting down with his leg elevated. Morin observed a cut and a scrape on the man’s right hand and arm, as well as a swollen right leg.Morin wrote that he spoke with two witnesses that identified Smith as the Jay man’s attacker. The witnesses reportedly told the officer that they had seen Smith swing an axe at the Jay man, and then saw Smith run over the man’s leg.The Jay man told Morin that he was unable to walk. He was transported to Franklin Memorial Hospital by NorthStar EMS.Smith was arrested a little less than two hours later at another Jay address and was transported to Franklin County Detention Center. Bail was set Monday at $250 cash in addition to a supervised release agreement.