Believe in Tomorrow Foundation Gets Check From Optimist Club

Wayne Littleton, left, local director for the Believe in Tomorrow Foundation, receives a check from the Ocean City/Berlin Optimist Club. The grant is to help support the local house by the sea for ill children and their families. Making the presentation are Bob Russell, club president, right, and Ralph Green club vice president, center. Photo by John Harris 

Worcester Prep, Decatur Set to Renew Neighborhood Rivalries

BERLIN- Area lacrosse fans will be treated to an always-special spring event tomorrow when neighborhood rivals Stephen Decatur and Worcester Prep face off in both men’s and women’s varsity lacrosse as part of a large invitational tournament at the Berlin private school. The Worcester Prep Invitational Tournament is set for tomorrow, April 3, for with both the men’s and women’s … Continue reading

Seahawks Scalp Indians, 15-5

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity baseball team rebounded from an opening day loss in fine fashion last Friday, thrashing visiting Wicomico, 15-5, to get back to .500 early in the season. The Seahawks lost a tough one on the road against Bennett in the season opener last Tuesday, 3-2, but found their way into the win column for the first time … Continue reading

Seahawk Girls Rout Cambridge, 25-0

BERLIN- After cruising past Easton in the season opener last week, the Stephen Decatur girls’ varsity lacrosse team took Cambridge-South Dorchester to the wood shed on Friday, blanking the Vikings, 18-0. Decatur beat Easton 18-7 in the home opener last week before thrashing the Vikings, 25-0. After two games, the Seahawks have outscored their opponents by a combined score of … Continue reading

Decatur Softball Improves to 2-0

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity softball team continued its early season winning ways last Friday, beating Wicomico, 3-1, to remain unbeaten thus far. The Seahawks beat Bennett, 9-1, in the season opener on the road last Tuesday before returning home against another Bayside Conference rival Wicomico last Thursday. Again, Decatur’s Maddie Justice was dominant on the mound, scattering four hits and … Continue reading

Seahawks Trounce Vikings, 18-0

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team rebounded from an opening day loss on the road to Easton last week by trouncing Cambridge-South Dorchester, 18-0, at Seahawk Stadium on Friday. Decatur played well in the opener against Bayside North power Easton, but fell short to the Warriors. Last Friday, the Seahawks were clicking on all cylinders as they rolled past … Continue reading

Inflation Not Bad For Particular Bond

OCEAN CITY – Even a relatively minor jump in prices can take a major bite out of the income from the conservative yields of U.S. Treasury bonds, the foundation of so many investor portfolios. But the income and long-term return from one type of Treasury, called Treasury inflation-protected securities, or TIPS, actually improves as the consumer price index rises. Issued … Continue reading